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OPC UA, Blog

The Introduction of OPC UA Publish-Subscribe and its Importance to Manufacturers

September 14, 2019

According to Automation World, the future of production will be defined by interoperability and collaboration across shop floors. This also includes the exchange of data, to ensure data-driven plant performance optimization which maximizes the manufacturing process. With the appropriate...

Factory Owner, Machine Manufacturer, OPC UA, Time Sensitive Network, Blog, Product

Brownfield Applications from Smart Edge to Industrial Cloud

February 18, 2019

With thanks to our partners INTEL for this video.

The EXOR smart factory remains the leading example of brownfield and greenfield applications from Smart edge to Industrial cloud. All the benefits of Industry 4.0 technology can be accessed.

Factory Owner, Machine Manufacturer, OPC UA, safety, Time Sensitive Network, Blog, Systems Integrator

How TSN Can Increase Factory Safety Levels

February 13, 2019

Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) enables a single, open network infrastructure supporting multi-vendor interoperability through standardization and IT and OT convergence through guarantee of service.

OPC UA, Blog

Some OPC UA Definitions

January 30, 2019

EXOR International is convinced that OPC Unified Architecture will be the industrial interoperability standard. The addition of a publish/subscribe model and the running of OPC UA over the standard Time-Sensitive Network, will only add to its adoption. We thought that a quick summary of the main...

Machine Manufacturer, OPC UA, Blog, Component Manufacturer

What is OPC UA and why will it continue to grow in use?

January 17, 2019

 

The important OPC definitions that manufacturers need to know

Open Platform Communications (OPC) and OPC UA (Unified Architecture) are standards that facilitate the exchange of data between Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs), servers, clients and other...

OPC UA, Time Sensitive Network, Blog

Proving Credibility in a B2B World

March 8, 2018

Many salespeople say that relationships are what count when dealing with potential clients. Although the quality of the rapport is important, by far the most critical element in why a client in the B2B space will deal with you is the credibility of the company you work for.