Recent developments of sensors and computers have raised the problem of handling huge amounts of complex data that users try to synthesize for decision making. Aggregation operators, such as those appearing in fuzzy sets theory, are useful tools for this synthesis but in their present formulation, these operators only deal with a finite set of arguments. In this paper, we introduce , an extension of both Yager–Rybalov Triple Π and Mean Triple Π operators to general measure spaces that can deal with temporal or spatiotemporal intensive data streams. Known properties and inequalities are extended in this more general setting. The notion of moving is also introduced and it can be applied to a solar radiation data stream. This may lead to further works on data fusion and on similar extensions of some other operators.