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OPTO 22 Partners
43044 Business Park Drive Temecula CA 92590 United States
Phone 1951-695-3000
Fax951-695-3095
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Founded1974
Employees100 to 500
Main Contacts
Benson Hougland VP Phone(951) 695-3000
Bob Sheffres Vice President Phone(951) 695-3000
Arun Sinha Director of Business Development Phone951-695-3079
Latest Updates
  • OPTO 22 shared an update
    Posted10 days AGO
    How do I (the machine builder) get access to the control system if it is operating inside a customer’s firewall? http://blog.opto22.com/optoblog/outbound-monitor-oem-machinery-with-little-to-no-it-involvement
    
    Outbound! Monitor OEM machinery with little to no IT involvement
    OEMs often find it difficult to monitor their machines at customer sites. Getting data via port forwarding or VPN puts a demand on customers' busy IT resources. Here's how you can get machine data through outbound communications and avoid the hassle.
    blog.opto22.com
  • OPTO 22 shared an update
    PostedMonday, April 2,2018 at 4:07 PM
    Learn about Opto 22's new groov EPIC system: now available for pre-order. http://blog.opto22.com/optoblog/pre-order-your-new-groov-epic-system
    
    Pre-order your new groov EPIC system starting now
    groov EPIC provides real-time control, connectivity, data handling, and visualization, all in an industrially hardened system at the network's edge. Ideal for IIoT projects or any automation application.
    blog.opto22.com
  • OPTO 22 shared an update
    PostedMonday, April 2,2018 at 4:05 PM
    Just released! groov View R3.5a brings a new feature you've been waiting for. http://blog.opto22.com/optoblog/new-groov-r3.5-release-adds-snap-pac-io-units
    
    New groov View R3.5 release adds SNAP PAC I/O units, improves scalability
    Better performance with multiple users, automatic refresh, and direct connection to SNAP PAC I/O units are all in the new release.
    blog.opto22.com
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Opto 22 manufactures easy-to-use hardware and software products for industrial automation, energy management, remote monitoring, and data acquisition. Their latest product, groov, lets you build mobile operator interfaces to virtually any system.
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Latest Resources
  • Edge Computing Primer

    PostedFriday, September 2,2016 at 1:06 PM

    Successful Internet of Things (IoT) applications send data from systems that monitor and control the physical world to information technology (IT) data processing systems. There the data can be analyzed and the results used to improve business capabilities: better inventory management, better predictive maintenance, reduced asset downtime, and much more.

    But first we need to solve 3 problems: how to connect the physical world to the IT world, how to handle the huge masses of data that physical systems produce, and how to efficiently structure the IoT.

    This white paper explores these problems and how edge computing can help solve them.

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  • Your IoT Primer: Bridge the Gap between OT and IT

    PostedMonday, July 25,2016 at 4:18 PM

    You've probably heard about the Internet of Things (IoT). But what is it, and how will it affect our businesses?

    This primer helps you understand the IoT and the significant challenges we face to realize its benefits.

    The primer defines operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT), and shows how they are converging and why. It defines IoT technologies and suggests 3 steps you can take to develop an effective and profitable IoT strategy.

    Read More
  • SNAP PAC REST API and the Internet of Things - for OT Professionals

    PostedMonday, July 25,2016 at 2:10 PM

    We’ve all heard about the Internet of Things (IoT) and its promises: bringing useful data directly to people who make business decisions, and enabling machines to communicate with each other and make decisions for human benefit.

    But how does the IoT actually work? How does the data get from inside these physical "things" to computer networks where it can be used?

    This technical paper describes that pathway for OT (operational technology) professionals—automation professionals. It describes the kinds of data you may be asked to provide and why. It explains how data from physical "things"—especially existing sensors and actuators that have no IoT capabilities built in—can be securely communicated to company computer networks, without disturbing control networks.

    The paper also explains concepts important to any IoT strategy and introduces a new method to achieve the IoT results you need now, without requiring a complex chain of conversion hardware and software.

    Read More
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