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The purpose of this event is to

  • Educate attendees by providing OPC updates and information
  • Show commitment from international companies
  • Demonstrate OPC-UA: From controller to MES/ERP IT Enterprise
  • Demonstrate adoption and provide success stories

We are releasing a brand new product today, QuickOPC-UA. Rapid client development for OPC Unified Architecture finally becomes a reality. QuickOPC-UA hides the complexities of OPC UA and allows the developer to focus on the application logic.

QuickOPC.NET and QuickOPC-COM Version 5.10 development is right on track and on schedule. Today, we have made them available to Beta testers. Anyone with registration on OPC Labs web site is welcome to download and try the Betas.

The purpose of the event is to show advanced concepts of OPC UA, cross the bridge between production control systems and business information systems, and explore new application fields for OPC UA.
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OPC Labs participated in OPC Europe Day 2011, and also actively participated in OPC Europe Advisory group (Country Representative).
The events were hosted by SAP AG.

This year we have tested the pre-release version of QuickOPC-UA (for OPC Unified Architecture). We were excited by the results - the interoperability of this newest product will be excellent, as with QuickOPC-Classic.
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QuickOPC.NET 5.04 and its associated Bonus Pack have been released today. These new versions add support for 64-bit development (x64 platform), with separate set of assemblies allowing to take full advantage of modern processors. Component interfaces remain identical between x86 and x64 platforms, allowing a single source code to target multiple platforms.

This version combines QuickOPC.NET, QuickOPC-COM, and all examples and tools in a single installation package. We have also reduced the number of assemblies, and we have unified assemblies for .NET Framework 4 with those for earlier versions. COM part is now oficially supported on 64-bit systems as well.

QuickOPC-COM 5.03 and QuickOPC.NET 5.03 versions have been released today. The new versions contain separate set of .NET Framework 4 assemblies, while keeping the possibility to target earlier versions of .NET Framework (2.0, 3.0 and 3.5). The components integrate seamlessly with Visual Studio 2010; we continue to support Visual Studio 2008 as well.

These versions add support for OPC-A&E specification (Alarms and Events Custom Interface Standard Version 1.10). This specification is covered by an entirely new object hierarchy.

      

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