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How Yara Uses InfluxDB, .Net, and MS Azure to Develop Predictive Capabilities
Webinar Date: 2020-09-29 08:00:00 (Pacific Time)
Yara is doing their part to eliminate greenhouse gases with the sales of AdBlue; a diesel exhaust fluid used in vehicles with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology to reduce harmful gases being released into the atmosphere. Consumers can purchase AdBlue at their nearest gas station to clean up the exhaust gas of their vehicles before emitting it back in the air. To optimize the truck deliveries of this product, Yara monitors the tanks levels by ingesting sensor data in InfluxDB. This data provides predictions to trigger the next best delivery. They also share this information with their customers to help them understand the positive change they are helping to make in lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
In this webinar, Tim Corben, Application Engineer at Yara, will discuss how he created this sophisticated telemetry solution using InfluxDB, .NET, C# and all hosted on Microsoft Azure. He will review the data architecture and how he was able to use the Azure Service Bus to reliably collect, store and analyze the real-time series data required for making predictions on AdBlue levels at local gas stations.
Application Engineer, Yara
Tim Corben is an Application Engineer at Yara with a passion for exercising and testing his creativity and ingenuity through software and hardware development challenges. With persistence, resourcefulness and eye for detail, he takes the responsibility to deliver innovative solutions and ensures success. His international experience has exposed him to a variety of countries and cultures which has proven very useful working with diverse teams. Previous to working at Yara, Tim has held various engineering positions at HydroCare and NEC. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Swinburne University of Technology.