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Opto 22

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Gaining an edge in automation 21/05/2019
Edge computing advances give users more options for architecting automation systems, flexible communications and programming choices, says Benson Hougland. Full Story...

Four-port Serial Communication Module for new groov EPIC System 17/12/2018
Opto 22 has released the groov serial I/O module, GRV-CSERI-4 module which plugs into a groov EPIC chassis alongside Opto 22’s new groov Edge Programmable Industrial Controller (EPIC) and discrete and analogue I/O modules, to provide the mix of analogue, discrete, and serial signals. Full Story...

Machine control: It’s all about the data 19/06/2018
Suzanne Gill reports on the latest machine control technology developments. Full Story...

PLC moves to the edge 19/03/2018
Opto 22 today has introduced a new industrial system to address the changing needs of automation engineers and developers. groov EPIC combines I/O, real-time control, local and remote HMI, and industrial/IT data exchange in a compact, industrial package. Full Story...

RESTful API for PAC range 01/08/2016
Opto 22 has introduced a RESTful API to its industrial programmable automation controllers (PACs), which, it says, will help to speed rapid Industrial Internet of Things application development, reduce time to market in machine and system design, and speed up automation and control project deployment. Full Story...

Control solution for Deepsea Challenger 10/04/2012
Opto 22 has provided the primary control system for a record-setting dive to the Mariana Trench, by filmmaker and National Geographic explorer-in-residence, James Cameron, as part of the Deepsea Challenge expedition. Full Story...