How Industrial IoT works in Network

How Industrial IoT Works
Welcome to our Industrial IoT platform! Here's a step-by-step guide on how our cloud-based system operates to help you effortlessly manage your Modbus devices and harness the power of Industrial IoT.

Step 1: Signup and Login

The journey begins with a simple signup process. Once you're registered, you can access our Industrial IoT platform by logging in to your account securely. This is where your Industrial IoT journey begins.

Step 2: Configuring Your Modbus Devices

After logging in, you gain the ability to configure your Modbus devices seamlessly. Modbus devices are the backbone of industrial automation and control, and our software makes it easy to set them up for your specific needs.

Step 3: Hardware Selection

To enable the connection between your Modbus devices and our cloud-based platform, you'll need a single-board computer As shown in Image Point 3 with specific specifications. We recommend using a single-board computer running Linux Debian OS with a minimum of 512 MB of RAM and an Ethernet port for stable communication. You have the flexibility to choose the hardware that best suits your requirements.

Step 4: Hardware Recommendation

While the choice of hardware is ultimately yours, we highly recommend using the BeagleBone Black or BeagleBone Black Industrial, which you can find more information about here. These reliable single-board computers have a proven track record in industrial settings and are well-suited for connecting your Modbus devices to our cloud platform.

Step 5: Industrial IoT Data Reader Installation

Once you've acquired your chosen single-board computer, our skilled engineers will take care of the technical details for you. They will install the Industrial IoT Data Reader on your single-board computer. This specialized software acts as the bridge between your Modbus devices and our cloud infrastructure, ensuring seamless data communication.

Step 6: Connecting to the Cloud

With the Industrial IoT Data Reader in place, your single-board computer becomes a gateway to our cloud-based Industrial IoT platform. It securely transmits data from your Modbus devices to our cloud, where you can visualize, analyze, and manage your industrial processes efficiently.

In summary, our cloud-based Industrial IoT software simplifies the process of connecting and managing your Modbus devices. From signup to data transmission, we provide a user-friendly experience with robust hardware recommendations and expert support every step of the way. Join us today and experience the future of industrial automation and control with ease and confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can sign in to IIoT from your web browser of Computer or Mobile and Configure and Monitor it from anywhere.

No, we do not provide the single-board computer hardware. You will need to acquire the SBC separately to connect your Modbus devices to our cloud-based Industrial IoT platform.

To use our software, you will need a single-board computer Or computer with specific hardware specifications, including Linux Debian OS, a minimum of 512 MB of RAM and an Ethernet port. You can choose an SBC that meets these requirements from a supplier of your choice.

Yes, you have the freedom to select an SBC that fits your needs. While we recommend the BeagleBone Black or BeagleBone Black Industrial for their reliability, you can choose an alternative SBC as long as it meets our hardware specifications.

You can purchase compatible SBCs from various online retailers, electronics stores, or distributors. We recommend researching reputable suppliers to find the best option for your industrial IoT setup.

While we don't supply SBCs, we can offer recommendations and guidance on selecting an appropriate SBC based on your specific requirements. Feel free to reach out to our support team for assistance.

We do not maintain a specific compatibility list, as our software is designed to work with SBCs that meet the specified hardware requirements. If you have questions about a particular SBC model, please contact our support team for assistance.

Our engineering team will assist you in installing the Industrial IoT Data Reader on your selected single-board computer. This software establishes a secure connection between your Modbus devices and our cloud platform.

Yes, we prioritize the security of your data. Our cloud infrastructure employs robust security measures to protect your information from unauthorized access or breaches.

Typically, only one SBC is required to connect and communicate with multiple Modbus devices on a network [ citation : NOTE ]. Our Industrial IoT software is designed to handle data from numerous Modbus devices through a single SBC

Absolutely! Our customer support team is available to assist you with any technical issues or questions you may have during your Industrial IoT journey.

The SBC connects to the internet through an Ethernet switch, which is connected to a router. The router, in turn, accesses the internet via either a wired connection or a SIM card.

The Ethernet switch serves as a local network hub, providing a connection point for the SBC and other devices. It facilitates the transmission of data between the SBC and the router for internet access.

The router used in this setup is a versatile device that can connect to the internet via a wired connection (e.g., broadband or fiber) or through a SIM card, enabling internet access even in remote or mobile environments.

When connected via a wired internet source (e.g., broadband), the router establishes a connection to the internet through the provider's infrastructure, ensuring a stable and high-speed connection for the SBC.

In cases where a wired connection is not available, the router can use a SIM card to access the internet. This provides flexibility, allowing the SBC to maintain an internet connection even in locations without traditional wired internet infrastructure.

Some router configurations can include failover options to switch between wired and SIM card connections automatically in the event of network disruptions, ensuring uninterrupted internet access for the SBC.

If the SBC loses its internet connection, it may temporarily be unable to send Modbus data to the server. It is important to ensure a reliable internet connection to maintain seamless data transmission.

We recommend consulting with your local internet service providers to select the most suitable wired internet service based on your location and requirements based on the quality offered by service provider for a reliable connection to internet.