OPC UA Book

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The first OPC Unified Architecture Book, written by Wolfgang Mahnke, Stefan-Helmut Leitner and Matthias Damm one of the OPC UA trainers for Unified Automation.

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Product News

20.12.2016

New C++ based OPC UA Client/Server SDK V1.5.4—Service Release

A new Service Release of the C++ Client/Server SDK is available for download (Visual Studio 2010 and 2012 for Windows, GCC4.7.2 for Linux). This Service Release contains several bug fixes that enhance the ability on the client...more »

13.12.2016

New .NET based OPC UA Client/Server SDK V2.5.3—Service Release

A new Service Release of the .NET based OPC UA Client Server SDK Bundle is available for download. This version fixes some minor issues and adds new status codes. Download Evaluation Versionmore »

24.11.2016

New UaExpert V1.4.3—Service Release

A new service release of UaExpert, our full-featured OPC UA Client, is available for download. This version contains bug fixes and new versions of the UaStack and OpenSSL. See CHANGELOG.txt for more details. Download Evaluation...more »

General News

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12.12.2016

Training Schedule First Half of 2017

The new dates for the first half of the next year are set.more »

Publish/Subscribe

02.11.2016

OPC UA and Industrie 4.0—Professional Article Published in IT&Production

As already established standard, OPC UA has the ideal prerequisites to interconnect Industrie 4.0 systems and there are no alternatives to its whole functionality. Reason enough to focus on the technology’s development and status...more »

High Perfomance SDK

10.10.2016

High Performance OPC UA SDK V1.0.0 Release

The first Release version of our newest product, the High Performance OPC UA SDK is available now. It was especially designed with embedded use cases in mind, but also PC based server systems can benefit from its great...more »