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OPC Aggregator for Linux

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Amethyst

OPC Aggregator for Linux

Hello Community,

 

I`m currently using OPC Aggregator on my PC to collect OPC UA data from a server running in a Raspberry Pi. I was wondering if there was an option to run a version of OPC Aggregator on the Raspberry Pi or Linux so I don`t need to use my PC as intermediary.

 

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Re: OPC Aggregator for Linux

PTC announced Thingworx Kepware Edge at Liveworx, as "coming soon": https://www.kepware.com/en-us/products/thingworx-kepware-edge/.

 

The features are laid out in the above link.  It is in beta now, and likely generally available in Fall.

 

The initial release of this will not support the OPC UA client driver, and will likely never support DA.  However, the UA client driver is on the backlog for future support.  It's also important to note the initial release will not support ARM architectures (like PI).  However, will support any 64bit intel architecture like many of the low cost industrial PC's or: https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Pi-High-Speed-Peripheral/dp/B07N298F2B/ref=sr_1_1?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsp...

 

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Re: OPC Aggregator for Linux

PTC announced Thingworx Kepware Edge at Liveworx, as "coming soon": https://www.kepware.com/en-us/products/thingworx-kepware-edge/.

 

The features are laid out in the above link.  It is in beta now, and likely generally available in Fall.

 

The initial release of this will not support the OPC UA client driver, and will likely never support DA.  However, the UA client driver is on the backlog for future support.  It's also important to note the initial release will not support ARM architectures (like PI).  However, will support any 64bit intel architecture like many of the low cost industrial PC's or: https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Pi-High-Speed-Peripheral/dp/B07N298F2B/ref=sr_1_1?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsp...

 

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Re: OPC Aggregator for Linux

What about supporting other protocols, for instance like BACnet/IP? It will be really suitable for us.

Re: OPC Aggregator for Linux

Additional drivers and features will be added to this project over time, prioritized by market needs/requests.  BACnet/IP is certainly on the list, it's just a matter of where it falls in priority.