These short Webinars give an overview into selected topics. In maximum 3 hours attendees will learn the basic concepts of UA technology regarding the topic. In addition possible solutions for implementers are shown using the SDKs of Unified Automation.
Migration from Classic OPC to OPC UA
OPC UA Information Models
UA in embedded Devices
Cross Platform Development
OPC UA Security
The target group are developers and software architects.
Webinar—Migration from Classic OPC to OPC UA
You have an OPC Data Access Server providing a standardized interface to your product. You have one or more of the following customer requirements:
I want to access the OPC interface through a firewall
I need remote access but I want to avoid DCOM configuration
I want to connect an application on a non Windows operating system to your server
I want to restrict access to certain data to authorized persons only
I need a secure connection over the internet
How do you solve these requirements: OPC UA
I can use the OPC UA wrappers and proxies from the OPC Foundation to support OPC UA in my products. Why should I implement OPC UA natively in my product?
Answer the following questions:
Do you want to avoid multiple software layers?
Do you want to get best performance?
Do you want the advanced OPC UA features in your product?
This webinar will cover:
Integrating OPC UA into your existing C++ code base using high performance C/C++ UA stack
Reducing the integration time to a single day
Testing your initial integration with the OPC UA Compliance Test
Enhancing the rapid prototype to a full featured OPC UA Data Access Server
OPC UA provides you all successful classic OPC features, but ads:
Access to OPC interface through a firewall
Remote access but avoids DCOM configuration
Allows to talk OPC with applications on non Windows operating systems
Allows to restrict access to certain data to authorized persons only
Enables secure connections over the internet
These are all important features for exchanging information between different systems but OPC UA enables also interoperability on the next level. Standardized information models provide a way to exchange information not just data.
This webinar will cover:
OPC UA information modelling
OPC UA information model for Device Integration
OPC UA information model for IEC 61131-3 (PLCopen)
OPC UA information model Field Device Integration
OPC UA information model Analyzer Device Integration