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When it comes to the best IIoT solutions, Open Automation Software is the most trusted name. This leading IoT Automation Company has set a benchmark in the field of industrial automation. The OAS Platform used to move, monitor, and connect data can be set up on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, and Raspberry Pi platforms. Now, the company has announced support for deploying the OAS Platform on Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB or 8GB of memory. Raspberry Pi, a low-cost, credit card-sized computer, is no longer considered simply a platform for experimentation. With the real-world industrial use of Raspberry Pi, OAS has expanded its software compatibility to support Raspberry Pi 4. With this latest development, OAS has created new possibilities for inexpensive scaling of industrial operations. This means that OAS platform users can now get access to on-site data logging even in remote locations with limited power or low internet connectivity.
The OAS Platform is widely used because the company offers secure networking solutions to customers who have mixed platform environments. Over the years, Open Automation Software has gained a top-notch position in OPC, HMI, SCADA, and IoT technology. With the OAS platform, it has become possible to read and write real-time data. A full version of the OAS platform running on Raspberry Pi 4 has opened endless possibilities. Data from hundreds of Raspberry Pi devices can be now easily be collected into a central OAS Engine and even shared directly with each other. A system developer at OAS says, “With this latest development, our platform can work on virtually any platform in any form factor such as Windows PC/Server, Linux, Windows IoT, Virtual Machines (Win/Linux), Raspberry Pi 4, and more. This will also allow connectivity to Allen-Bradley, Siemens S7, Modbus, OPC UA devices, as well as IoT cloud services like Azure.”
Raspberry Pi is a cost-effective, powerful, and developer-friendly computer. The Raspberry Pi 4 is faster and more capable than its predecessor. With the help of the OAS Data Historian, the Raspberry Pi 4 can run in areas with limited power or internet access to collect data. Raspberry Pi 4 device users can also get notifications via SMS, email, and voice, as well as host live and historical data. “We, at OAS, strives to help users move data from anywhere to anywhere. We keep improving our platform so that users can connect and read data from any device (Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS),” added the OAS platform developer.
Company Name: Open Automation Software
Contact Person: Alex Mangrolia
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Country: United States