Moxa – Security Management Platform – “Monitor” and “Protect”
- Designed for OT (Operational Technology) networks
- Device (PLC/HMI/SCADA) management
- IEC-G102-BP-Pro-T – EtherCatchPro Intrusion Prevention System at each device
- IEF-G9010-2MGSFP-Pro-H-T – EtherFirePro Firewall with Intrusion Prevention System
- LIC-SDC-NEW-1Y-XN-SR – Security Dashboard Console Annual License
- Auto pattern update – Critical Asset Protection with Virtual Patching (SDC required for auto updates)
- Policy Management – Industrial Protocol Whitelist Control for Mission-Critical Assets
- Network traffic analysis – Threat Detection and Response within Supervisory Network
- Critical assets visibility – Application Traffic Visibility (deep packet inspection)
- Event alarms and logs dashboard
- Support for cross-plant management - can be easily integrated with Security Information and Event Management (SOC/SIEM) Software Systems.
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Benefits of using the Productivity1000
MQTT has emerged as the preferred IIoT communications protocol because it uses a lightweight and efficient publish/subscribe methodology to ensure secure messaging between devices and centralized brokers, making information easily available. With this in mind, all MicroSmart FC6A Plus PLCs now support MQTT protocol, enabling effective IIoT connectivity and control between systems in the field and the cloud. This pivotal enhancement allows users to connect all types of field data to on-site and cloud-based brokers and makes the information readily available for users and analytical applications.
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Quantum Automation has created a cloud-based IIoT solution which can be easily deployed to access valuable edge-sourced data and make it accessible for remote viewing, analysis, and control.
Anaheim, CA (October 13, 2020) — Quantum Automation announces availability of its QCloudServer industrial internet of things (QCS IIoT) system for remote monitoring and control applications. Traditionally, users have had to experiment with many hardware, software, and networking technologies for IIoT projects. The QCS IIoT solution does the heavy lifting of assembling these technologies, so end users and systems integrators (SIs) can easily connect to edge-source data, transmit it on-site or to the cloud, aggregate and log the data, perform calculations and analysis as needed, and deliver mobile/web visualization.
Easily Access Trapped Data
End users and SIs everywhere know there is a lot of valuable data trapped at the industrial edge. It can come from individual sensors, smart devices, machines, automated equipment, or a combination of these. Wired network connectivity may not be available, and cellular data transmission is often the only option. Industry has responded with an assortment of hardware, software, and networking technologies—but researching and applying the right products can be difficult.
Quantum Automation has supported industrial clients for decades and has seen the challenges as well as the possibilities. To meet their needs, Quantum has developed the QCS IIoT as a configurable software as a service (SaaS). End users can define their needs by simply filling out a spreadsheet, and can create a complete and economical IIoT installation—either directly or by engaging an SI—with a system which can be up and running in hours.
IIoT projects typically need some or all the following:
The QCS IIoT can connect with any user-supplied edge systems supporting MQTT. For new and retrofit projects, users may choose to use the Quantum Automation QRTU as a complete field hardware platform, with many PLC and edge communication device options.
QCS IIoT can be deployed on the user’s onsite servers, but best flexibility and management is provided by cloud-hosting on Amazon Web Services (AWS) servers with support for the MQTT protocol. The cloud environment is configurable for standard computing needs, and custom code can be added if needed. Visualization dashboards can be viewed on any internet-connected web browser device—such as a laptop, smartphone, or tablet—for ease of use.
Configuring a QCS IIoT Solution
Quantum Automation is ready work with any end user or SI to define a system configuration, and to provide any required hardware. Low cost training also includes a QCS IIoT development software key, and the software comes with standard built-in dashboards. Subscription fees begin at a low $19.95 per month depending on point count, and include initial development and setup, ongoing maintenance of servers and software revisions, and technical support.
Custom software development, hardware design and fabrication, and more services and options are also available (for an additional fee) to create any conceivable solution. For OEMs wanting to brand the QCS IIoT solution under their own label, an annual white label agreement is available.
Contact Quantum Automation today to discover how quickly you can define and deploy a practical and economical QCS IIoT solution, empowering you to access and act on the valuable data currently trapped in your existing operations.
Quantum Automation is a manufacturing and distribution company located in Anaheim, CA. Backed by a talented team of electrical and mechanical engineers, Quantum Automation specializes in automation, networking, power products, solutions, and services for the commercial, industrial, and utility/infrastructure markets. For additional information, visit https://www.quantumautomation.com/
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