.NET Based OPC UA SDK Certified for Compliance

The .NET based OPC UA SDK V2.3.1 became officially Certified for Compliance by the OPC Foundation.

Schwabach, October 21, 2014. The .NET OPC UA Demoserver built with the .NET based OPC UA Server SDK/Toolkit in its latest Version 2.3.1 was succesfully tested by the OPC Foundation for compliance with OPC UA Specification V1.02. Together with the C++ SDK certified in 2011 Unified Automation and the ANSI C SDK certified in May 2014, now all commercial Software Development Kits (SDKs) developed by Unified Automation have reached the highest level of certification.

Now that also our .NET Server SDK has passed the certification process and demonstrates best-in-class quality, we have reached another milestone in software quality. Our customers get a proven solution regardless of which programming language they are using”,  says Jürgen Boxberger, Executive Director at Unified Automation. “Our customers get a well tested base implementation which gives them the best starting point to get their own solutions certified as well..”

The .NET based OPC UA Server SDK can be easily integrated into the large base of existing .NET products and supports rapid application development using the simplified toolkit layer. It is the fastest .NET based OPC UA SDK on the market and supports the latest OPC UA Specification 1.02. The .NET SDK is certified for compliance and it has passed all the tests at the OPC Foundation certification test lab in Phoenix, Arizona.

The certification test includes functional testing, interface conformance, interoperability testing and behavior testing related to the latest OPC UA Specifications. The test laboratory runs the server against the latest Compliance Test Tool (UA-CTT). The .NET based OPC UA Demo Server passed all tests including the UA profiles “UA Standard Server” and “UA DataAccess Server”.

Version 2.3.1 is the latest release of the .NET based OPC UA Server SDK. An evaluation version available for download on our website.

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