ogamma Visual Logger for OPC
Keep your data with ogamma Visual Logger for OPC,
an integration tool to collect, store, visualize and analyze industrial process control data.
- Collects industrial process control data over OPC UA connections;
- Using OPC DA to OPC UA wrapper, can collect data from legacy industrial data sources too;
- Supported storage destinations: traditional relational databases (PostgreSQL) or modern time-series databases (InfluxDB, Timescale DB, Apache Kafka);
- Stored data can be visualized using open source tool Grafana;
- Stored data can be analyzed using queries;
- Secure web based configuration GUI with user authentication and authorization;
- Unlimited duration of data storage;
- Unlimited tags;
- Millisecond resolution (with InfluxDb - microseconds resolution is supported too).
- Can be scaled vertically and horizontally.
- Runs on Linux or Windows;
- Supports Docker
- Support for secured OPC UA communication modes and UserName/Password authentication.
- Guaranteed to connect (specialized on OPC UA, modern standard IIoT communication protocol);
- Saves hardware and energy (written in modern C++, lightweight and high performant, low CPU and RAM usage at high throughputs. Single instance on embedded industrial or regular PC can serve all your needs in most cases);
- Can be installed and runs in server, desktop PC or industrial embedded PC; or in Docker container;
- Future proof (designed to scale and expand without limits, load can be distributed on multiple nodes);
- Quick commissioning (easy to configure using Web based GUI);
- Cloud ready (can be deployed in premises or in the cloud);
- Low cost maintenance (easy deployment, upgrades and maintenance backed by support for Docker);
ogamma Visual Logger for OPC can be used in any industry where storage of process control data and its analysis is required and when that data is accessible over OPC UA protocol (as well as classic OPC DA using additional wrapper application). Examples of customers who uses it or expressed interest on it are (not in particular order):
- Large beverages bottling plant, producing per one shift beverages enough to fill an Olympic Swimming Pool;
- Automotive supplier of powertrain and brake components for leading auto manufacturers using it in Industry 4.0 project;
- Manufacturer and global supplier of sheet metal working machinery specializing in the production of press brakes, shears, notchers, punching machines, laser cutting systems, plasma cutting machines, waterjet cutting and Vertical Machining Centers;
- Large company providing design, fabrication and construction services on Chemical, Petrochemical, Gas, Power Plants and other Industrial Plants, to monitor data from mini wind turbines;
- Renewable energy solutions provider manufacturing large wind turbine generators;
- Research and education organizations;
- National Laboratory for Materials Science and Technology;
- National aerospace center;
- Manufacturer of special purpose glasses: low-iron float glass for photo-voltaic and solar thermal applications, high-quality coated insulating, sound-proofing, solar-control and other types of glasses;
- Manufacturer of water recycling systems and waste water treatment equipment;
- Steel production company;
- Design and engineering company specializing on Industrial Automation, Medical Devices and Healthcare, Storage and Computing domains;
- Large manufacturer of consumer electronics and other devices for healthcare, automotive. lighting and personal care;
- System Integrators;
- Packaging materials manufacturer;
- Company offering robotics and turn-key equipment for various production lines (palletizing, storage, sorting, internal conveyance and others) and warehouse management systems;
- Energy services (drilling for oil and gas) company;
- and the list goes on and on.
In the road-map:
- Support for full "store and forward" (currently feature uses in-memory buffer).
- Support for more storage destinations: MQTT, MS SQL, MySQL, MemSQL.
- Support for all types of OPC UA user authentication modes (currently username/password is supported, support for X509 certificates and issued tokens will be added).
- Improvements for easier configuration and administration (particularly, import configuration settings).
- For more details on the road-map refer to this section in the User Manual.
|Features \ versions||Community
|Number of OPC UA Servers to connect to||5||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Number of OPC UA Variables to collect data from||64*||1024||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Number of variable groups||5||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Support for https to access configuration web GUI|
|Support for user authentication and authorization to access configuration web GUI||Built-In provider only|
|Import configuration settings from CSV file.||-|
|Support (over email, phone and web conference).||-||-|
|Price||Free||$1495 USD per instance||$3995 USD per instance.||Free**|
Price to upgrade to newer versions.
Note: if you are OK with the older version, no need to upgrade, it will not stop working after 1 year.
|Free||First year free, and then
$375 / year
First year free, and then
Requires connection to the Internet for periodic license validation.
* Note: for Community Edition instances activated before May 14, 2020 maximum number of variables is 256. Community Edition instances activated on or after May 14, 2020 number of variables during one month (trial period with Enterprise features enabled) is unlimited, and after 1 month limited to 64 variables.
** Note: Academic Edition is free for education and research organizations funded by governments. Conditions apply. Contact us for details.
If you have large installations and/or complex use cases, please contact us for discounted rates.
Below you can see couple of screenshots demonstrating how your data could be visualized using Grafana, and typical configuration GUI: