OAS Expands Its Platform Compatibility: UDI for Raspberry Pi GPIO

August 05 18:18 2019
Open Automation Software is one of the leading IoT companies. For more than two decades, the company is offering the latest OPC, HMI, SCADA, and IoT services. The company strives to help organizations in creating proficient industrial automation and IoT structure. With the development of UDI (Universal Driver Interface), OAS has become a trusted name globally.

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Open Automation Software, the leading IIoT solutions provider is taking its IoT platform to the next level. The OAS Universal Driver Interface which is built upon the .NET Standard 2.0 Framework and deployed on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS, now also supports Raspberry Pi platforms. This latest development has opened up plenteous integration possibilities for the OAS Platform.

Open Automation Software has already set a benchmark in OPC, HMI, SCADA, and IoT technology, and now the company has further expanded its platform compatibility. For more than 25 years, this renowned IoT Automation Company is empowering organizations in the industrial automation and IoT space. Now, moving a step further, the IoT company has developed a driver for the OAS Platform which allows the OAS server to communicate with a Pi device and access GPIO data. This driver is capable of doing all this without the need of an admin or end-user to write code for each deployment.

The Raspberry Pi is a small, single-board computer that has a set of GPIO pins. This popular device runs Linux and has become the core of an Internet of Things (IoT) component. The Raspberry Pi consists of a row of GPIO (general-purpose input/output) pins along the top edge of the board. It is possible to use the GPIO pins to attach sensors and electronic components. There are three generations of Raspberry Pis: Pi 1, Pi 2, and Pi 3, and each generation have a Model A and a Model B. Unlike the earlier Pi 1 Model B+ (2014) with 26-pin header, the latest Raspberry Pi boards comprises 40-pin GPIO header.

OAS system developer said, “The OAS Universal Driver Interface SDK (UDI) enables creating communication drivers for the Open Automation Software IIoT Framework. We have designed a driver that acts like existing OAS native drivers and is configurable through the OAS Configuration tools. OAS has created the UDI for the Raspberry Pi GPIO which works as a medium between the GPIO Data and OAS platform. The Raspberry Pi operates in the open-source ecosystem and can open opportunities for you to create your own automation projects. It has become a popular device because it puts you in control which means you can control electronic devices such as LEDs, Motor Driver and more using these GPIO pins.”

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