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[Gurtam meetups] Three methods of data processing in Wialon

11 February, 2021
Olga Voytikhovich

Wialon is a very flexible and functional system that can be used for any project. However, its flexibility and the ability to be configured in line with almost every client’s requirement make it a bit difficult to understand exactly how the system works and why.

On February 18, we are holding the ‘Three methods of data processing in Wialon’ webinar during which we will tell about the data processing steps in Wialon and help you better understand the system’s standard behavior. Together with the Wialon Trainers Team Lead and the Wialon Business Analyst, we will figure out:

  • why we need three data processing methods and how they differ;
  • if it is possible for the reports and events results to not correlate;
  • what changes in the key Wialon tools are under consideration now.

The webinar is aimed both at the newbies (will help master technical basics) and experienced users, including API developers (will help better grasp all the subtle aspects of the data processing cycle).

Gurtam webinar hostGurtam webinar host

Hosts:

Oleg Zharkovsky, Wialon Trainers Team Lead, Gurtam

Maryia Paklonskaya, Business Analyst, Wialon Division, Gurtam

Date and time: February 18, 5 p.m. (UTC+3)

Language: English

Add the event to your Google or Outlook calendar and join the livestream on the day of the event:

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Please, feel free to watch the webinar recorded.

Olga Voytikhovich
Olga Voytikhovich
Olga is a content editor at Gurtam. She proofreads and reviews other authors' materials, also writes about Gurtam products, presents partner use cases in the best way possible, and tells about the system updates. In fact, Olga helps out with the content of almost all Gurtam resources.

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