The 22nd Annual ARC Industry Forum in Orlando this February focused on digitizing and securing industry and infrastructure.
Topics: groov, Internet of Things, Remote monitoring, IoT, PACs, New products, Events & conferences, API, REST API, REST, IIoT, Industrial Internet of Things, Node-RED, Data acquisition, Ignition Edge, EPIC
You've been asking for more details about our brand-new groov EPIC® system for the IIoT and automation, and here they are!
We just published a part numbers list and the first several data sheets, with preliminary descriptions, specs, wiring diagrams, and dimensions. So take a look and start planning the system you want.
Topics: Process control, Discrete control, groov, Internet of Things, PLCs, Remote monitoring, IoT, Machine builder, PACs, OEM, New products, Integrators, I/O, IIoT, Industrial Internet of Things, Data acquisition, EPIC
When we announce a new product, we want you—our loyal customers and OptoBlog readers—to be the first to hear about it.
And this isn't just one product. This is EPIC: the world's first Edge Programmable Industrial Control system—a brand-new I/O and control system built for the future of automation and designed for the way you work.
Topics: Energy management, Process control, Food & beverage, Discrete control, groov, Internet of Things, PLCs, Remote monitoring, Water & wastewater, IoT, Machine builder, PACs, OEM, New products, Integrators, I/O, PAC Project, Building management, Oil & gas, PAC Control, IIoT, Industrial Internet of Things, Node-RED, Data acquisition, MQTT, Ignition Edge, EPIC
Is the Internet of Things (IoT) just a lot of hype, or can the IoT technologies we keep hearing about provide real value?
RESTful APIs, Node-RED, and MQTT are just some of the new technical terms we're all starting to learn.
If you'd like to see these technologies in action to understand how they might be useful for your applications, then join us for a new webinar on December 12.
Opto 22's Senior Applications Engineer Kyle Orman will demo these technologies and more. He'll show you how to exchange live data between real-world I/O and IoT platforms.
You'll see:- IoT hardware that's proven in industrial locations
- RESTful APIs to get data from PAC controllers
- Examples of simple logic flows created with Node-RED
- Ignition Edge® OPC-UA drivers built into the groov Box
Join us at the SORT Fall Technology Showcase in Ontario, Canada next Thursday, September 28.
- See advanced solutions for automotive, metal and steel, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and other industries.
- Learn about the latest technologies to address your manufacturing challenges.
- Attend live demonstrations and seminars.
Beer and post season
In my last post, a green submarine traveled through space and time to the bottom of the ocean, and an Opto 22 SNAP PAC (programmable automation controller) interfaced with a lot of Modbus equipment to coordinate systems.
These next two adventures are also examples of how well Opto 22 PACs play with others.
We've recently released new versions for key products:
Does it comply?
For some time now we've been working to make sure our products comply with the latest requirements for RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) and CE marking (a mark indicating that the product meets all legal requirements to be sold in the European Economic Area, or EEA).
As an applications engineer, sometimes known as OptoMary on our OptoForums, perhaps I shouldn’t have favorite customers. They’re all my favorites!
Sure, our products and people have helped build flashy Vegas shows, huge amusement parks, and various NASA endeavors that we may or may not be allowed to discuss in detail. We also have the less flashy water/wastewater installations and beloved "dam customers" that can be pretty Coulee, too.
In these Adventures of an Applications Engineer posts I'll share some of my favorite favorites.