S&T Technologies signs agreement with ICONICS – integration of SCADA capabilities into the IoT Software Framework SUSiEtec
LINZ/AUGSBURG/FOXBOROUGH , USA, November 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — S&T Technologies, a member of the S&T Group and provider of the IoT Software Framework SUSiEtec, and ICONICS, headquartered in Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA, have signed a collaboration agreement. ICONICS is a global leading automation software provider, designing advanced solutions for web-enabled OPC UA and BACnet certified visualization, HMI and SCADA, as well as software solutions for the energy and manufacturing industries. Based on the partnership, S&T Technologies integrates SCADA capabilities into the SUSiEtec Software Framework, which allows customers to access SCADA capabilities also in cloud related environments.
Bernhard Günthner, Managing Director of S&T Technologies: “Partnering with ICONICS ensures our IIoT/Industry 4.0. customers take yet another step into the cloud. Advanced SCADA capabilities are now being made cloud-ready thanks to our IoT Software Framework SUSiEtec. We enable customers, especially in automation, to visualize complex processes. utlizing secure access to machine data, gained from virtually any edge device. Customers benefit from ICONICS‘ over 30 years of experience in visualizing demanding applications and from the longtime know-how of IoT and Industry 4.0 solutions at the S&T Group and Kontron.”
As a result, customers will be able to select the capabilities they are familiar with from ICONICS’ full range of products, or add new capabilities to suit their needs. Systems can be monitored and controlled intuitively via dashboards, including on mobile devices. Additionally, extensive analytics applications are used to display digitized data for different areas like quality, service, productivity and efficiency.
“We are pleased to partner with S&T, a company with decades of experience in industrial software solutions and a portfolio of the latest Industry 4.0 and IoT solutions,” said Russ Agrusa, President and CEO of ICONICS. “The integration of ICONICS’ globally-tested HMI and SCADA solutions with S&T Technologies’ SUSiEtec IoT software framework provides advanced cloud connectivity and enables customers to benefit from the best of two worlds.“
The integration of ICONICS with SUSiEtec will be available in the first quarter of 2019. Customers will then be able to obtain a complete edge-to-cloud IIoT solution, including ICONICS licenses from a single source through S&T Technologies.
ICONICS is a global automation software provider and six-time winner of the Microsoft Partner of the Year award. The compa-ny provides advanced, web-enabled OPC UA and BACnet certified visualization, analytics, and mobile software solutions for any energy, manufacturing, industrial or building automation application. Founded in 1986, ICONICS meets the demanding application challenges of the automotive, building automation, food & beverage, government infrastructure, manufacturing pharmaceutical, petrochemical, renewable energy, utilities, and water/wastewater industries. Learn more on: https://iconics.com/
About S&T Technologies:
We meet our customers‘ needs by combining core competencies from different technology sectors, melding them with in-depth knowledge of various markets. S&T Technologies offers the perfect mix of innovative proprietary technology, high-quality IT solutions, and professional services from a single source. Our range of services comprises software solutions that meet both standard requirements and individual customer specifications. S&T Technologies provides process and business consulting services, the implementation of digital workflows and their integration into existing systems and mobile software solutions, and is a specialist for developing software for management applications. S&T Technologies was established by a merger. Thanks to merger synergy effects, the company offers a broad array of innovative technologies for empowering any business. Learn more on: http://www.snt-technologies.com/
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