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ICC 2020: The Quickest and Simplest Method for Publishing Sensor and State Data Directly to Ignition

Real-time, real-world data from sensors and devices is key to creating the connected enterprise. In this session, Benson Hougland from Opto 22 will demonstrate how to quickly and securely connect, configure, and publish sensor and state device data directly into MQTT infrastructure — without using a PC or PLC. You’ll see how data “auto-magically” appears in Ignition using MQTT Engine, significantly streamlining your application development and digital transformation projects — from automation to OEE and everything in between.

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ICC 2020: The Quickest and Simplest Method for Publishing Sensor and State Data Directly to Ignition

  1. 1. The Quickest and Simplest Method for Publishing Sensor and State Data Directly to Ignition Using MQTT and groov RIO
  2. 2. Benson Hougland VP Marketing & Product Strategy – Opto 22
  3. 3. • 46-year technology innovator, from SSRs to I/O, control systems, mobile, & IIoT • Market leader of intelligent, distributed I/O with over 100M I/O at over 10K global customers • Worldwide reputation for quality and reliability backed by lifetime warranty on I/O • Unique in industry to combine capabilities in OT – ruggedness, reliability, flexibility – with IT – networking, protocols, accessibility with open standards About Opto 22
  4. 4. Opto 22’s Primary Products
  5. 5. • Monitoring remote or distributed assets • Acquiring data for analysis or regulatory purposes • Controlling standalone equipment and devices • Measuring Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) • Layering over existing control system installs for access to I/O data • Reducing or eliminating need for PLCs & PCs (either new or existing) • Think “Ignition I/O” groov RIO is “I/O for the IIoT” What is groov RIO?
  6. 6. Demo Steps What are we going to do? •LevelRat 4-20ma Level Transmitter •ICTD Temperature Probe •Dry contact door sensor •Stack light Wire up Configure the I/O and MQTT/Sparkplug B to cloud- based brokerConfigure Set up MQTT Engine on local Ignition Gateway, ingest tagsSet up Show public Ignition Gateway accessing groov RIO dataShow Build & view Ignition Perspective screen with all data Build & view
  7. 7. Bi-directional communications
  8. 8. DEMO TIME!
  9. 9. Demo Steps Completed What did we do? •LevelRat 4-20ma Level Transmitter •ICTD Temperature Probe •Dry contact door sensor •Stack light Wired up Configured the I/O and MQTT/Sparkplug B to cloud- based brokerConfigured Set up MQTT Engine on local Ignition Gateway, ingest tagsSet up Showed public Ignition Gateway accessing groov RIO dataShowed Built & viewed Ignition Perspective screen with all data Built & viewed
  10. 10. QUESTIONS? www.opto22.com bensonh@opto22.com @bhougland

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Real-time, real-world data from sensors and devices is key to creating the connected enterprise. In this session, Benson Hougland from Opto 22 will demonstrate how to quickly and securely connect, configure, and publish sensor and state device data directly into MQTT infrastructure — without using a PC or PLC. You’ll see how data “auto-magically” appears in Ignition using MQTT Engine, significantly streamlining your application development and digital transformation projects — from automation to OEE and everything in between.

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