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Edge XRT is the software platform for time-critical and resource-constrained edge systems that supports edge computing key requirements such as dynamic edge data processing and the integration of multiple different southbound OT and northbound IT/Cloud endpoints. Edge XRT also supports key non-functional properties such as small memory footprint (e.g. less than 100 KB), ultra-low latency data processing (e.g. less than 100 microseconds), predictable and deterministic real-time execution, and legacy hardware and/or operating systems
The emergence of Multi Access Edge Computing (MEC) technology aims at extending cloud computing capabilities to the edge of the radio access network, hence providing real-time, high-bandwidth, low-latency access to radio network resources. IoT is identifed as a key use case of MEC, given MEC's ability to provide cloud platform and gateway services at the network edge. MEC will inspire the development of many new applications and services with demand for ultra-low latency and high Quality of Service (QoS) due to its dense geographical distribution and wide support for mobility. MEC is therefore an important enabler of IoT applications and services which require real-time operations.
Edge Xpert 1.8 is the latest release based on EdgeX Foundry's Hanoi update plus new features including Computer Vision, Device Configuration Tool and Connectivity and Platform Upgrades
Download and evaluate Edge Xpert, Edge XRT and Edge Builder - IOTech's IoT Edge software and system management platforms for Industrial IoT Edge applications. Available for Linux, Windows, Debian, Ubuntu, Microsoft Azure Sphere.
IOTech has been a member of the Linux Foundation's EdgeX Foundry project since its inception in 2017. IOTech is now a member of LF Edge - an umbrella project for open source edge software that includes EdgeX Foundry.
Edge Xpert addresses security issues at the edge via restricting access and authorization, authentication and secret management which are key aspects of the platform infrastructure. Threat detection is also a feature that comes in partnership with RSA for added support for integrated threat detection and live monitoring capability at the edge.
At IOTech, we are delighted to announce the release of version 1.5 of the Edge Xpert Open IoT Platform. Edge Xpert is our commercially supported implementation of the Linux Foundation's open-source EdgeX Foundry project. Aimed at Industrial IoT Edge applications, the Edge Xpert product builds upon the latest stable version of the baseline EdgeX technology, in this case, the Edinburgh release, to create a high quality and fully customer supported solution.
In conjunction with existing support for IP camera and video device connectivity, Edge Xpert users can now easily control camera devices, collect video streams and automatically apply AI and vision inference right at the edge.
IOTech's commercial-grade device connectors enable EdgeX users to simplify the work required to connect and communicate with different devices at sensors at the IoT edge.
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IOTech, the edge software company, is partnering with PMY Group (PMY) to integrate IOTech's edge software technologies with PMY's venue management solutions.
Edge computing focuses on the processing of operational data at the edge of the network. That means performing data collection functions and running decision making and control algorithms as close to the edge sensors and OT devices as possible. However, it is also clear that cloud computing continues to provide much value in the Industrial IoT space. This means that most systems require a hybrid solution consisting of both edge and cloud components working together in a cohesive way. Users require the ability to utilize cloud resources for heavy-duty applications, while using edge computing for lighter-weight processing and local, real-time insights. IOTech's edge software products enable seamless yet secure data sharing between your edge and cloud environments.
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The key objective of the EdgeX Foundry project is to create a flexible and open Edge IoT platform that can support a range of different vertical use cases across markets as diverse as manufacturing, oil & gas and smart energy. A key vertical market that has emerged where the community and IOTech, in particular, have been involved in multiple projects is Building Automation. Why is Building Automation proving to be such a sweet spot for EdgeX? IOTech's experience is that the requirements of the next generation of Buildings Automation applications align perfectly with the capabilities of EdgeX. In particular, a modern building is a sophisticated and heterogeneous environment consisting of diverse subsystems including lighting, HVAC and access control. Data can be generated from multiple sources using a range of different device/sensor technologies and protocols (e.g. Modbus, BACnet, DALI, MQTT and others). The sensor data must be normalized by the IoT platform running on an Edge node e.g. an industrial Gateway or on-premise server. The data can then be fed into the building management analytics which can make smart control decisions in "near" real-time on how to automatically optimize the building environment for the benefit of the users and also the building owners. The openness of EdgeX (can support any "Southbound" OT protocol or "Northbound" Cloud endpoint) and its platform independence (not tied to a specific operating system or hardware/silicon) is key to its suitability for Building Automation use cases.
Watch Tom Urquhart, PhD., IOTech SVP Global Solutions and Microsoft's Tom O'Reilly, Global IoT Ecosystem for Azure Sphere as they present the business problems that can be solved when you combine the world's first Time-Critical edge software platform Edge XRT with Microsoft Azure Sphere.
I am delighted to announce that the latest version of IOTech's Edge Xpert open edge computing platform is now released and available to download and deploy. Edge Xpert 1.7 is another leap forward in both the usability of the product and further expansion of the edge connectivity options provided out-of-the-box. Easier to Use and New Tooling, Device Connectivity, cameras and videos, cloud connectivity are enhanced features added to this update. The release is based on EdgeX Foundry's Geneva release
You now have an application to handle edge/IoT sensor data, make decisions locally, and actuate at the edge.
Join Jim White, IOTech CTO and recognized industry expert for the latest instalment in IOTech's Webcast Series as he discusses the problem of managing edge deployments at scale.
IOTech Announces Edge Xpert 1.7 - The latest version of its open edge computing platform with an additional focus on ease-of-use and connectivity for the edge.
IOTech to provide their edge computing platform for BSI's siteView™ Building Management Automation Solution.
IOTech is partnering with security experts RSA to show how IoT edge computing can help you get IoT secured and allow you to focus on the business benefits that the edge can bring. As part of this webinar, IOTech and RSA will be demonstrating the joint solution running in an Industrial IoT context: Watch how IOTech's Edge Xpert platform is easily configured to ingest and aggregate data from multiple different edge devices communicating via different industrial protocols. See how the Edge Xpert platform enables the realization of edge insights via analytics, control and visualization applications all locally and on-premise. Crucially, watch how the solution can be easily extended to add RSA's IoT Security Monitor as part of the deployment. The RSA IoT Security Monitor edge agent is seamlessly deployed and managed by Edge Xpert and adds the capability to detect, monitor and report security risks as the edge IoT system is running. We simulate some common security threats that exist in this environment and show how these are collected, aggregated and delivered to provide a complete and secure framework for industrial edge computing
IOTech, the edge software company, today announced its partnership with Concept Reply, the leading accelerator for IoT in Germany.
The latest release of open edge computing platform features new ease-of-use and industrial connectivity features.
In this video, we will demonstrate how you can use PROFINET to communicate with IO device sensors using the PROFINET Device Service connector.
Building System Integrators benefit from a simplified environment for collecting, processing and integrating data from multiple different devices at the edge.
Edge XRT v1.1 adds configurable OT and cloud connectivity options, improved tooling and comprehensive support for Microsoft Azure Sphere's embedded MCUs.
With the help of Basking Automation - our building automation partner, we designed the demonstrator so that the lighting and air conditioning of three distinct zones in a smart building could be automatically controlled based on the ambient conditions and the number of occupants in each zone. The role of EdgeX is to collect data from industrial-grade light and temperature sensors, then to efficiently manage the office environment by intelligently delivering the desired actuation values to the lighting and air conditioning units. The objective of the demonstration was to give an opportunity for visitors to the stand to affect the behaviour themselves by swiping users into zones, interacting with the sensors and observing the resulting changes to the lights and air conditioning units. The demonstration also included a power meter so that the efficiency gains from the automation can be easily observed. All this functionality was running at the Edge but we also demonstrated Cloud system integration by delivering data to the Basking platform which provides further detailed control and analysis for the building automation domain.
IOTech, the IoT Edge Platform company, announced today it is in the process of developing an EdgeX Foundry™ community demonstrator. EdgeX Foundry supports a common IoT edge framework enabling an ecosystem of plug-and-play components that unifies the marketplace and makes it easier for developers to build, deploy, run and scale IoT solutions for industrial, enterprise and consumer applications. This project is the first of several community demonstrators, which will be used to showcase the full capabilities of the EdgeX IoT Edge Platform across several use cases, and vertical markets. The first vertical market showcased will be Smart Buildings Automation and the first chance to see the demonstrator in action will be at IoT World Solutions Congress in Barcelona between the 16th -18th October 2018.
IOTech's new device connectivity tooling made available to the EdgeX community to save developer time and foster collaboration. .
Edge software provider IOTech announced today it is expanding its partnership with Google Cloud to offer smart and integrated edge-cloud solutions for enterprise companies.
IOTech, the edge software company, enjoyed a successful year of growth in customers and partnerships, a new product launch and advances in its technology in 2021.
IOTech, the edge software company, today announced the launch and availability of Edge Builder, its end-to-end management solution for edge systems.
Join James Butcher, IOTech Product Manager and recognized industry expert for the latest instalment in IOTech's Webcast Series as he discusses the need for interoperability between Edge and Cloud architectures and why a Hybrid model is the way forward.
Jakarta is the 9th successful community release of EdgeX Foundry. It is a minor/dot release (version 2.1) and backward compatible with the previous Ireland (2.0) release.
As specialists at the IoT Edge, IOTech's software products allow users to connect, onboard and acquire data from a whole host of different OT devices
IOTech are excited to announce the release of Edge Xpert 1.6. This is a significant new product release for a number of reasons but I wanted to highlight in this blog about how version 1.6 includes the initial availability of Edge XRT. Edge XRT is a new IOTech product we are launching and is the first real-time edge computing platform for the Industrial IoT. Aimed at real-time industrial process automation and embedded microcontroller applications, XRT enables ultra-low latency, high frequency data processing in a powerful edge computing platform. Edge control systems can utilize XRT to make key data-driven decisions within the deterministic timeframes demanded by time-critical IoT applications. We designed XRT to be a fully integrated and complementary extension to EdgeX Foundry, the leading open source edge computing platform. XRT now makes EdgeX the only IoT edge platform capable of supporting the full spectrum of secure hard and soft real-time IoT edge computing needs, and I think our users will really like this new capability.
IOTech, the edge software company, is partnering with leading security company RSA to add IoT security monitoring technology to its Edge Xpert software platform.
IOTech recently launched Edge XRT, a time-critical edge platform for Microsoft Azure Sphere, a secured, high-level application platform.
Find out how edge management is different from cloud /enterprise management and the specific challenges of automating the management IoT deployments at the edge.
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Edge computing provides a decentralized approach for device connectivity, data collection and intelligence that allows for real scalability.
Edge Xpert is a comprehensive yet open and extensible edge computing platform based on EdgeX Foundry's open-source platform developed to greatly decrease OT and IT integration effort, reduce time to market and lower your total cost and business risk.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has produced a huge surge in the number of devices that need to communicate with both edge and cloud systems. One of the key challenges of the IoT, therefore, is to provide seamless support for device connectivity and data flow. Edge computing plays a crucial role here. It helps create the abstraction and bridging point between the OT edge environments where the data is being produced and locally processed, to the IT and cloud environments where the data can be further harnessed and integrated to back-end systems.
Watch IOTech's latest Edge Xpert Demo using EtherCAT Device Services - the Edge Xpert Device Service allows data from different OT protocols to be ingested from the platform where it can be aggregated, analyzed and shared to other Edge and Cloud systems for further use and storage.
IOTech provide support for easily connecting to edge devices via a large number of common OT protocols. Each device connector is delivered as a low footprint microservice that can be used for fast and efficient data flow to either Edge Xpert or Edge XRT.
IOTech's Device Connectivity software greatly simplifies the work required to connect to and communicate with different devices and sensors at the IoT edge. It presents a large set of easy-to-use device connectors that support fast and efficient data flow from the devices to edge and cloud platforms.
Easily discover, connect and then read and write data to Bluetooth Low Energy devices with IOTech's high-performance BLE device connector. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), is a light-weight subset of classic Bluetooth and was introduced as part of the Bluetooth 4.0 specification. BLE is a close-range, wireless technology that is prevalent in connecting low-power or battery-based consumer IoT devices including wearables, phones and tablet PCs.
Explore the challenges of Time-Critical computing at the IoT Edge - how platform technology can accelerate development and deployment of maintainable and portable solutions and the types of use cases where this technology is applicable. What are the characteristics and challenges faced by Time-Critical edge systems. The importance of edge platform technology to meet these challenges. What are some of key Time-Critical use cases at the edge . What capabilities do the edge software platforms need to provide to support. Time-Critical use cases. What's the business case for buy versus build. Edge XRT Time-Critical Edge Platform in action and the numbers
IOTech will be participating as part of the Intel exhibit. Intel will highlight their Edge/AI/IOT portfolio and demonstrate how they and their partners such as IOTech are tackling the big challenges in edge computing and AI. The main Intel booth and supporting vertical booths (IoT Vision, IoT Retail and IoT Industrial) will showcase developer tools that make it easier to build, optimize, and deploy vision solutions at the edge.
An update on EdgeX Foundry version 2.1,Jakarta, including some of the performance metrics of the platform as it has evolved over the last couple of release cycles.
IOTech launch Edge XRT as a complementary extension to Edge Xpert which is designed to target time-critical and resource-constrained edge systems.
IOTech, the edge software company, today announced the launch and availability of Edge XRT, its time-critical edge platform for Microsoft Azure Sphere.
IOTech is in the business of providing those answers. Our Edge software products are built on open technology as used by thousands of users worldwide. The products allow you to develop, deploy and manage any AI workloads, third-party Edge applications, or your own business logic on any Internet of Things (IoT) edge node with complete deployment flexibility. Our software solutions cover the full spectrum of secure hard and soft real-time Edge Computing, maximize user choice and provide a software foundation for effective collaboration across multiple vertical markets at the IoT Edge.
Since we launched Edge XRT over a year ago the technology is proving to be a big success with our customers, including our major Industrial OEM and ISV partners.
OTech is proud to announce and welcome Steve Osselton as the Company's Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Steve will be responsible for leadership of IOTech's product development team and will be the lead architect for IOTech's IoT Edge Platform developments. Steve joins the IOTech team from ADLINK Corporation (formerly PrismTech) where he was lead Architect on many mission-critical middleware software product developments for Industrial, communications and military applications.
Watch IOTech present our commercial EdgeX offerings used in real-world deployments at the EdgeX Foundry Adopter Series session.
Understand why an Open Edge Platform is critical in enabling data from different sources to flow to the key business-insight providing applications in an Industrial IoT system. Why data interoperability between things, applications and the cloud is fundamental to any Industrial IoT system. Why edge AI and analytics applications need to access data from potentially multiple sources in real-time and often using different OT protocols. How to ingest, normalize, filter and clean data in a standard way to provide those applications with the reliable data they need. How to manage complex connectivity requirements and remain 'open' in diverse Industrial IoT environments
Learn about why the edge offers the greatest opportunity to address the complexity inherent in Industrial IoT designs. Discover why an IoT platform deployed at the Edge and based on open architecture principles is the most critical integration component in any IIoT system. Learn about the key capabilities that are needed at the platform level to support an end-to-end IIoT deployment. Discover why IOTech and other IoT industry leaders are working closely with industry-wide initiatives such as the Linux Foundations' EdgeX Foundry consortium to develop open approaches to edge computing. Learn about how IOTech's Open IoT Edge Platform solutions are being used to successfully enable end-to-end IIoT deployments in support of complex multi-vendor use-cases across different vertical markets such as manufacturing, energy management and retail
IOTech made its first-ever appearance at the National Retail Federation show this year (NRF2020 in New York City, Jan 11-14) and did so in style. IOTech's Edge Xpert platform was selected by two retail heavy-hitters, Intel Corporation and HP Inc. to power their demos of edge computing for retail use cases. The primary use case on show was Intelligent Loss Prevention - that is, how to maximize the customer convenience of self-service checkouts, while minimizing the potential losses suffered by the retailer. Self-service checkouts are now commonplace in supermarkets and growing fast in other stores, but the limited integration of data from the discreet devices and applications involved (e.g. bar code scanners, connected weighing scales, POS systems and video cameras) means they are prone to misuse and fraud (examples of that are the subject of a totally different type of blog). However, through innovations at the edge, live integration of this data and the addition of integrated user interfaces allows for misuse to be identified in real-time and store staff immediately alerted to 'help' the customer and investigate.
We are excited to announce that LF Edge's EdgeX Foundry community is planning a series of hackathons focused on addressing real-world use cases. The event will focus on the retail market and work stemmed from the Commerce (e.g. Retail) Working Group within the EdgeX Foundry project and the related Open Retail Initiative (ORI). Participants will use their talents and creativity combined with the EdgeX framework, commercial content from sponsoring companies and the rules of the event to develop a solution for either one of the specified customer-valued retail use-cases or an additional open category.
Last week, we held a Face-to-Face Technical Steering Committee meeting in Palo Alto. It was another successful one and, after each meeting, my confidence grows that the EdgeX Foundry project will achieve great things. Before reflecting on the week, I'd like to pass on my thanks on behalf of the community to VMware who hosted the event at their wonderful Palo Alto facility. California Burritos from their cool on-site restaurant was a culinary discovery for me!
Prosys OPC and IOTech have agreed that IOTech's Edge Xpert offering will include an optional Prosys OPC UA Java SDK for developing the device services with OPC UA communications. Prosys OPC UA Java SDK takes care of all the OPC UA communication details and is certified by the OPC Foundation to be OPC UA compliant. IOTech's first product offering, Edge Xpert, is a commercially-supported and packaged implementation of the open-source EdgeX Foundry core platform. Each Edge Xpert software subscription includes a commercial support and maintenance Service Level Agreement (SLA) to ensure service-level commitments for customers that value premium product quality and support.
IOTech will be on-site at IoT Solutions World Congress on October 29-31 in Barcelona! LF Edge will be at Booth A141 demonstrating Edge Xpert and an exciting new IoT technology that will be launched at the show... more details to come! On the booth, there will also be interactive demos from Akraino Edge Stack, Dell, EdgeX Foundr and Project EVE.
IOTech is pleased to announce the opening of its new branch office in Taipei, helping IOTech to service its global and rapidly growing customer base. Seven employees have transitioned from Contractor to Permanent Employee status effective 1st April. IOTech Sytems Limited, Taipei will form the centre of its APAC operations and comprises a development and sales team responsible for the APAC region.
IOTech, the IoT Edge Platform company, announced today that the company has secured $2.5 million in seed funding to accelerate the development of its products and services, enhance support for its partner ecosystem and expand its local presence. Dell Technologies Capital is an investor and Innovate UK is providing R&D funding. Founded by industry-acknowledged leaders in the Industrial IoT (IIoT) domain, IOTech's products address a full spectrum of secure hard and soft real-time edge computing needs across multiple vertical IIoT market domains.
IOTech is moving its Newcastle office to The Catalyst in Science Central, Newcastle upon Tyne city centre, a short distance from its current premises at the Core, from Monday 3rd February 2020. The move into more spacious offices is eagerly anticipated by our Newcastle-based employees and provides them with a high-quality state-of-the-art working environment whilst also allowing space for future growth. Due to continued growth, IOTech has also recently expanded its current office space in Taipei and is in the process of securing a move to larger office facilities for its Edinburgh-based staff.
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