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Amazon Web Services IoT Gateway Interface

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AWS IoT

Product Overview

Moving data from your local or remote data sources to (or from) Amazon Web Services IoT platform? This is the product.

It doesn’t matter what the data source – with Open Automation Software you can move it to AWS IoT devices.

Data transfer is secure, accurate and fast. Data quality is verified via timestamp using MQTT TLS. Take live local, remote or plant floor data and easily use it in big data analytics.

The Amazon Web Services IoT Gateway Interface allows you to read or write data to and from Amazon Web Services IoT devices using MQTT with TLS (Transport Layer Security) This enables you to take full advantage of any or all of the other services provided by AWS.

MQTT-TLS Interface:

  • Subscribe to AWS devices to receive data.
  • Publish data to AWS devices based on event, continuously, or data change.
  • Optionally include timestamp and data quality from originating source.
  • Optional timeout to verify broker is still alive.

What does the OAS Amazon Web Services IoT Gateway Interface do for me?

Use OAS Amazon Web Services IoT Gateway Interface to quickly, efficiently and securely move data to and from your IoT infrastructure.

  • Production data
  • Alarm Data
  • Energy monitoring
  • OEE (Overall equipment effectiveness)
  • Maintenance data
  • Down time monitoring
  • Supply chain information
  • Inventory data
  • GPS Data
  • Weather Data
  • BMS (Building Management Systems)
  • Pipe Line Data
  • Well Production
  • And many more

MQTT TLS – A highly efficient protocol for remote devices

OAS Amazon Web Services IoT Gateway Interface utilizes MQTT TLS,  a lightweight protocol that implements a client/broker architecture. Originally developed as a machine to machine (M2M) protocol by IBM MQTT is now implemented in several open protocols.

Due to its client/server architecture and its small footprint MQTT is well suited for small devices with limited power or network connectivity. A common application is to use this protocol on hundreds or thousands of remote devices that may have battery or solar power and be utilizing cellular or other limited or expensive communications.

Advantages of MQTT TLS

  • Small packet size = low overall bandwidth usage
  • Great choice for limited connectivity – remote device connects to the broker when possible and publishes its updated state
  • Able to both subscribe and publish to brokers making it easy to take remote device data and View, Historize, Alarm, Trend and Notify via Web, .NET, Email, Voice and SMS.
  • Share non machine to machine (M2M) data and share it with M2M devices and clients utilizing the analytics available on AWS or other Big Data systems.

 

Edge Computing with OAS Distributed Network Architecture

Amazon Web Services IoT Gateway Interface

  • Universal Driver Interface – Use C# or VB.NET to integrate your own data model into OAS for realtime data access.
  • Allen Bradley – Use the Allen Bradley IoT Driver to connect to ControlLogix, CompactLogix, GuardLogix, Micro800, MicroLogix, SLC 500, and PLC-5. Add Allen Bradley Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • Siemens – Use the Siemens IoT Driver to connect to S7-200, S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200, and S7-1500. Add Siemens Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • Modbus – Use the Modbus IoT Driver to connect to Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, and Modbus ASCII all supported on Ethernet, RS-232 Serial, and RS-485 Serial. Add Modbus Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • MQTT – With the MQTT IoT Connector you can subscribe to MQTT Brokers.
  • Amazon Web Services – With the AWS IoT Gateway driver you can subscribe to AWS for live data updates.
  • .NET Applications – The .NET Data Connector provides read and write access to data programmatically via C# or VB code in a .NET application.
  • Excel – Use the Excel Connector to use Microsoft Excel as data source
  • Industry Standard Databases – Use the Recipe Connector to connect to SQL Server, Oracle, Access, mySQL and  SQL Azure databases
  • Industry Standard SCADA Systems – Use the Universal Data Connector to connect to Wonderware, WinCC, RSView and Cimplicty
  • OPC Client – Use the OPC Client Connector to connect to third party OPC Clients
  • OPC Servers – Connect to OPC DA 2.x, 3.0, OPC UA, OPC A&E, and OPC UA Alarm and Conditions. Use the OPC Tunnel Connector to automatically transfer data from any Data Source to third party OPC Servers
  • Javascript – With the HTTP API Connector you can connect to jQuery and JSON data sources
  • REST – With the REST API Connector you can connect to data sources via the REST API
  • iOS and Android Apps – Use PCL for Android and iOS to connect to data on iOS and Android devices.
  • .NET Applications – The .NET Data Connector provides read and write access to data programmatically via C# or VB code in a .NET application.
  • .NET WPF HMI Applications – Use WPF HMI .NET to create HMI visualizations for WPF Smart Clients
  • .NET WinForm HMI Applications – Use WinForm HMI .NET to create HMI visualizations for WinForm Smart Clients
  • .NET Trending Application – Use Trend .NET for real-time trending for WinForm and WPF applications and historical trending when combined with OAS Data Historian.
  • .NET Alarming Applications – Use Alarm .NET for real-time alarming for WinForm and WPF applications and historical alarming with alarm notification via email, SMS text, and voicemail.
  • Javascript – With the HTTP API Connector you can connect to jQuery and JSON data sources
  • REST – With the REST API Connector you can connect to data sources via the REST API
  • Web-based HMI Applications – Use Web HMI to create cross-platform HMI apps
  • Web-based Trending Aplicatons – Use Web Trend to create cross-platform trending apps
  • Web-based Alarming Applications – Use Web Alarm to create cross-platform alarm apps
  • iOS and Android HMI Apps – Use PCL for Android and iOS to create iOS and Android applications for live data.
  • Data Historian – With OAS Data HIstorian you can log data to SQL Server, Oracle, Access, mySQL, SQL Azure and CSV files.
  • Reports – With OAS Reports you can create reports from OAS data logging products or other databases. Generate reports as Word, Excel, PDF, HTML or Email.
  • Universal Driver Interface – Use C# or VB.NET to integrate your own data model into OAS for realtime data access.
  • Allen Bradley – Use the Allen Bradley IoT Driver to connect to ControlLogix, CompactLogix, GuardLogix, Micro800, MicroLogix, SLC 500, and PLC-5. Add Allen Bradley Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • Siemens – Use the Siemens IoT Driver to connect to S7-200, S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200, and S7-1500. Add Siemens Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • Modbus – Use the Modbus IoT Driver to connect to Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, and Modbus ASCII all supported on Ethernet, RS-232 Serial, and RS-485 Serial. Add Modbus Data Historian to log data to industry standard databases.
  • MQTT – With the MQTT IoT Connector you can subscribe to MQTT Brokers.
  • Amazon Web Services – With the AWS IoT Gateway driver you can subscribe to AWS for live data updates.
  • Excel – Use the Excel Connector to use Microsoft Excel as data source
  • Industry Standard Databases – Use the Recipe Connector to connect to SQL Server, Oracle, Access, and mySQL databases
  • Industry Standard SCADA Systems – Use the Universal Data Connector to connect to Wonderware, WinCC, RSView and Cimplicty
  • OPC Client – Use the OPC Client Connector to connect to third party OPC Clients
  • OPC Servers – Connect to OPC UA and Classic OPC DA 2.0 and 3.0 OPC Servers. Use the OPC Tunnel Connector to automatically transfer data from any Data Source to third party OPC Server or OAS IoT Driver.
  • Microsoft Azure – Use the SQL Azure Data Logging and SQL Azure Alarm Logging products to connect to Microsoft Azure SQL Databases
  • Microsoft Azure IoT Data Hub – Transfer any Data Source to Azure IoT Data Hub using the OPC Tunnel Connector

Cost-effective Licensing

OAS licensing is based on three simple factors:

  1. The number of tags you need to connect to
  2. The number of OAS products needed to connect your data sources
  3. Whether you need a networked or stand-alone system

You can deploy unlimited client applications for each Distributed Network Architecture enabled server.

Price
starts at
$695

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