ICONICS Announces IoT World Tour
ICONICS has announced an IoT World Tour, where it will present its Internet of Things (IoT), analytics, and secure web visualization software solutions for businesses across the globe.
ICONICS is a managed Microsoft Gold Partner and three-time winner of the Microsoft Partner of the Year award. The company provides advanced Web-enabled OPC UA and BACnet certified visualization, analytics, and mobile software solutions for any energy, manufacturing, industrial or building automation application.
The tour starts in Delft, Netherlands on April 6, 2017 with multiple stops planned along the way (including cities across the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia) into June, 2017. IT managers, technical professionals, communications system managers/engineers, enterprise executives, industrial and manufacturing managers/engineers, device manufacturers, facility/building/operations managers, IoT vendors/dealers, IoT technology integrators, application developers, system integrators, and M2M solution providers are all invited to these tour stops.
Attendees will have an exclusive opportunity to interact with ICONICS’ new IoTWorX™ solution, an IoT software suite that communicates with Microsoft Azure or third-party cloud apps using the most popular transport protocols. IoTWorX combines ICONICS’ new IoT device technology with its proven HMI/SCADA, analytics, and mobile solutions running in the cloud. Users can enable cloud historian, web visualization, analytics, alarm management, fault detection/diagnostics, and bi-directional control for complete contextualization of valuable data.
ICONICS offers manufacturers and facility managers several key IoT technologies, including rich connectivity to things, secure cloud communications, and built-in real-time visualization and analytics. With IoTWorX, users can connect to virtually any automation equipment through supported industry protocols, such as Modbus, BACnet, SNMP, OPC UA, and classic OPC Tunneling. ICONICS IoTWorX takes maximum advantage of Microsoft Azure to provide global visibility, scalability, and reliability.
Visit www.iconics.com/IoTWorldTour to register and for more info.
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