Update: OPC Xi is now called OPC .NET 3.0. Original post: We began this week with a post about the compatibility of the OPC Express Interface (Xi) standard with the existing OPC classic real-time, alarm & events, and historical data access servers to provide...
Video Presentation on OPC Xi and OPC Classic Interoperability
Update 2: OPC Xi is now called OPC .NET 3.0. Update and bump: I want to thank Randy Kondor for giving me permission to add the architecture pictures to the post below! Original post: Reading through my RSS feeds this morning, I came across this post, OPC UA and Xi for...
Upcoming OPC Xi Events and Available Downloads
Update: OPC Xi is now called OPC .NET 3.0. Original post: It's been a while since I've shared an update from Emerson's Lee Neitzel on the OPC Xi standard. If you're not familiar with this new addition to the OPC Foundation's family of communications standards, here...
OPC Xi Builds on Process Manufacturing Communication Standards
Update 2: OPC Xi is now called OPC .NET 3.0. Original post: In the Control magazine article, Playing Well with Others, Editor in Chief Walt Boyes describes how process analyzers can use OPC Xi and OPC ADI to better communicate with control systems. These...
OPC Express Interface (OPC Xi) Technical Overview Slidecast
Update 2: OPC Xi is now called OPC .NET 3.0. Original post: In an earlier post, Secure, Firewall Friendly Communications, I described the new OPC Express Interface (Xi) standard. It overcomes some of the inherent issues in securely communicating information between...
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