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DaaS acts as a broker between data generators and data recipients. Because it is delivered as a cloud service, it means that the parties can simply connect existing data infrastructure (data loggers, smart devices, SCADA, historians, etc.) to the DaaS hub to send and/or receive data – no party typically has to install or maintain special equipment.  A web-based portal is also available for visualization, reporting and notifications.

Because DaaS operates at arm’s length to each party, some of the benefits enjoyed are:

  • No additional IT support burden
  • Expandable and scalable
  • Conforms with each parties’ existing standards
  • Cost effective, secure and reliable
  • Avoids anti-trust issues (when the parties are also competitors)

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