Integration Objects releases free OPC Server testing tool
OPC Server Simulators includes both an OPC DA/HDA (Data Access/Historical Data Access) server and an OPC A&E (Alarms&Events) server simulator, giving end-users, developers and integrators the ability to conduct tests on simulated real-time data, alarms and events, as well as on simulated historical raw and processed data.
Using this new, free test tool, OPC developers and integrators can quickly test their OPC client applications without disturbing their control process systems or any ongoing site activities, said Fulvio Roveta, Integration Objects European Director, Our OPC Server Simulators were developed using our server toolkits [OPC Server SDK and OPC Server AE SDK] so these simulators will give our customers a very good idea what to expect when using our development tools.
About Integration Objects
Integration Objects, producer of over 35 off-the-shelf OPC client and server products and OPC development tools, has been a leader in the OPC software field since 2002. They provide highly reliable connectivity solutions for manufacturers primarily in the oil and gas, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, steel and chemical industries. As an active member of the OPC Foundation and MIMOSA, Integration Objects is dedicated to incorporating industry standards and enabling interoperability through its solutions. They provide support for their customers across the globe through their offices in Europe, North America and the Middle East.
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