From time to time, new industrial automation technologies come along that provide cost savings, better performance, and ease of use—new links for the chain. One of the latest of these is software as a service (SaaS), that provides access to hosted software over a network, typically the Internet, and is closely related to the concepts of smart factories, cloud computing, and the Industrial IoT. SaaS can open opportunities for industrial automation, but to be truly useful, it should be secure, quick, and robust, as well as adaptable and convenient to use.
It seems reasonable to ask if it is possible to store and forward OPC data. Nobody wants to lose their data if there is a network problem or the connection gets broken. A deeper understanding of OPC helps clarify what is necessary, and what is possible.
https://skkynet.jp/media/2015/11/Blog-opc-image.jpg4301000Bob McIlvridehttps://skkynet.jp/media/skkynet-japan-logo-v.svgBob McIlvride2015-09-23 14:59:532016-03-03 10:27:28Can I Store and Forward OPC Data?
https://skkynet.jp/media/2015/11/Blog-opc-image.jpg4301000Bob McIlvridehttps://skkynet.jp/media/skkynet-japan-logo-v.svgBob McIlvride2015-07-07 13:24:542017-09-11 19:05:35Relational Database or Real-Time Historian for Logging Process Data?