Digital transformation and sustainability are two essential goals for businesses today. Energy companies, for example, need a reliable and efficient system to seamlessly transmit real-time data from remote edge devices to cloud applications.
Moxa’s newly launched AIG-100 Series includes best-in-class IIoT gateways that help achieve IIoT targets with the lowest total cost of ownership by focusing on distributed-energy-resource applications, especially in solar energy and energy storage systems.
Best-in-class gateways that bridge the gap between OT and IT systems
An unavoidable challenge in IIoT systems is that most edge devices are in remote, hard-to-access, and unmanned locations. It is critical for business owners to find ways to qualify and process data collected from remote sites to transmit to cloud applications so that the information can be used to manage assets and take precise and strategic business decisions.
To close the gap and accelerate convergence of operational technology (OT) with information technology (IT), Moxa AIG-100 Series IIoT gateways, with features such as built-in traffic monitoring and diagnosis, can help monitor and troubleshoot communication issues for both IT (Azure, AWS, MQTT) and OT (Modbus) protocols. The AIG-100 Series IIoT gateways come with a provisioning tool and device management service for business owners to install and manage the gateways remotely, thereby greatly reducing downtime and increasing operational efficiency.
Go from complex configurations to ready OT data in just a few clicks.
To collect data for IIoT applications, it is important to have an easy-to-use and efficient solution. The AIG-100 is seamless integrated with Moxa UPort and ioLogik devices to realise plug-and-play like installation for I/O and serial expansion, eliminating complex driver installation and setup processes. Furthermore, the AIG-100 provides no-code data processing to help users easily process OT data using an intuitive UI without requiring additional programming efforts.
AIG-100 Series Highlights
- Supports data conversion/transfer from Modbus TCP/RTU to Azure, AWS, and MQTT cloud
- Built-in network traffic monitoring and diagnostic tool for easy troubleshooting
- Supports store and forward and datalogger functions to prevent data loss
- Seamless integration with Moxa ioLogik and UPort devices to easily extend I/O and serial interfaces
- Built-in data processing function to eliminate programming efforts
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