OPC Interoperability Workshop, North America | January 22, 2018 9:00 AM - January 22, 2018 | Automation.com

OPC Interoperability Workshop, North America

Event Summary

DATE:
January 22, 2018
LOCATION:
Phoenix, AZ
START DATE/TIME:
January 22, 2018 9:00 AM
END DATE/TIME:
January 22, 2018
EVENT TYPE:
Workshop
HOST:
OPC Foundation
EMAIL:
[email protected]
WEBSITE:
Click here to Visit

Description

Plan on debugging issues that occur and be prepared to modify your software components if required. Testing will be primarily for the successful operation between clients and servers; we will test for failures as time permits.

The OPC Interoperability Workshops are open to OPC Foundation member companies only. The cost is US $500 per person. Space is limited to 40 attendees, so register now!

The 2017 IOPs were very successful, with several members reporting that it was "extremely valuable" in preparing their products for release.

Training

Optional training sessions (15 - 30 minutes) will introduce and promote various OPC activities and deliverables throughout the week. Details will be made available closer to the event.

Challenge “Stress” Test

This workshop will also feature the Challenge Test, in which multiple OPC clients and servers will be stress tested with thousands of tags/nodes per connection, concurrently during network connectivity losses.

Products that successfully pass the Challenge Test are ideal candidates for OPC Foundation lab certification.

Available OPC Technology For Testing

OPC Unified Architecture (UA) - Windows, Linux, Embedded
OPC Classic (COM-based)

Provided Infrastructure For Testing

Local Area Network consisting of a standard CAT5 Ethernet cable

Internet access

Microsoft Windows Server Domain Controller (for testing OPC Classic products)
Web-based application providing Test suggestions and for recording test results

What to Bring

Computer (laptops are preferred) containing your OPC product(s) for testing.
Backup drives and/or restoration DVDs in the event your PC crashes.
Any additional hardware/software needed to conduct your testing.

NOTE: If you plan on testing COM-based products, your PC will need to enter our Domain, so please make sure you have administrator access to be able to do this. We recommend the use of a virtualized test environment.

Primary Contact

If you have questions about the OPC Interoperability Workshop, please contact:
Paul Hunkar, Director of Certification, OPC Foundation
[email protected]

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