ICONICS ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR NEW OPC UA FOR IIOT

This week, ICONICS is holding its 2017 Worldwide Customer Summit in historic Providence, Rhode Island, with a focus on “Connected Intelligence”

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This week, ICONICS is holding its 2017 Worldwide Customer Summit in historic Providence, Rhode Island, with a focus on “Connected Intelligence”.

“Connected Intelligence is our theme at this year’s customer summit and it all about connectivity to every “thing” in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), which is critical for today’s manufacturing, industrial, and building automation systems. The OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA) is the core standard for Industry 4.0 and IIoT. ICONICS works closely with the OPC Foundation and its technical committees to help create new standards that have applications in many industries.

“As a member of the OPC Board of Directors, I am proud to promote its many specifications and wide-reaching standards for manufacturing, industrial, and building automation,” says Russ Agrusa, President and CEO of ICONICS.

“I have presented at many ICONICS Worldwide Customer Summits over the years and I find meeting the wide variety of ICONICS customers, partners, and integrators from around the world to be rewarding. ICONICS early support and extensive commitment to OPC for over 20 years has helped propel OPC to where it is today,” says Thomas Burke, President of the OPC Foundation.

The ICONICS community of partners, system integrators and customers will learn from top industry experts how the OPC Foundation is driving the next wave of solutions for Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things.

The summit will also feature several breakout sessions that highlight the advantages of OPC UA and how OPC is used in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, water, manufacturing, energy and building automation. One of the highlights will be a keynote presentation from Thomas Burke, President of the OPC Foundation, highlighting OPC’s future direction and next generation standards for Industry 4.0.

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