Prosys OPC attended SPS/IPC/Drives 2012 in Nuremberg, Germany last week. The three-day exhibition gathered up almost 57 000 visitors and 1 458 exhibitors, Prosys OPC being one of the exhibitors at OPC Foundation booth. Continue reading
Prosys OPC attended Industrial Automation Show 2012 in Shanghai China last week. During the five-day exhibition approximately 100 000 visitors had a change to take a look what’s going on in the various fields of industrial automation, introduced by more than 500 exhibitors. Continue reading
We get frequent questions about how to use OPC Unified Architecture in conjunction with traditional OPC servers. Regardless of the new technical details of OPC UA, we cannot get around the fact that majority of the communication systems worldwide are still running traditional OPC servers. Continue reading
I am delighted to be the first one to post into the brand new Prosys OPC Blog!
Our experts are thrilled to publish their first articles about OPC & OPC UA technologies. In the near future, you will be reading an extremely interesting post by Otso Palonen about OPC UA Android development, from which we have had loads of inquiries during the past 6 months. Our head of Software Development, Jouni Aro, will guide you to the secrets of handling various issues you face when developing your OPC UA servers or clients.
We have also opened Prosys OPC Support Forums today. Please do not hesitate to start discussions about the topics you find interesting, or ask our specialists if you find yourself in trouble with OPC or OPC UA technology, or our products. There are support sections for each of our OPC & OPC UA products, sections for OPC, OPC UA and Gateway technology, and a General discussion section in which you can discuss about more general topics. You can find a link to Forums in the header of this page, below “Prosys Blog”.
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