Liberate your data

The OAS Universal Data Connector gives you unparalleled access to your industrial operations and enterprise data for connectivity, monitoring, analytics, and delivery. Connect directly to PLCs, OPC servers, files, databases, and IoT platforms to create world-class SCADA systems or industrial automation solutions.

OAS Universal Data Connector

Unparalleled connectivity between PLCs, Devices, Databases, and Custom Apps

The OAS Platform offers data transport from any data source to any destination, while enabling data logging, data transformations, alarms and notifications, and cross-platform integration using SDKs for Windows, Linux, and Web applications. OAS is truly an unlimited IoT Gateway for industrial automation.

Direct, native connection to Allen Bradley and Siemens PLCs, OPC DA, OPC UA, Modbus and other devices.
High-speed data logging and import using open format database engines and CSV files
Connect and move data between cloud-based IoT services such as AWS, Azure, and MQTT brokers and clients
Log system events to open database engines, and trigger notifications via email, SMS, and voice
SDKs and tools to visualize real time and historical data, Trends and Alarms, and build HMIs for Windows (Winforms and WPF) as well as Web clients on any device
Unlimited integration with external sources using tools for .NET (Full Framework, Standard, and Core) as well as Web and REST API clients.

Connect PLCs and Devices to any destinationRead and write data in real time with high speed PLC and device protocol connectors.

Allen Bradley PLCs supported:
ControlLogix, CompactLogix, GuardLogix, and Micro800
Classic PLCs such as MicroLogix, SLC 500, and PLC-5

Siemens PLCs supported:
S7-200, S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200, and S7-1500

Modbus support:
Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU, and Modbus ASCII for Master and Slave communications

Other supported devices and protocols:
OPTO-22, MTConnect, and OPC UA, OPC DA

Additionally, the OAS Platform can act as an OPC server for any OPC client.

Connect Databases for logging or data importHigh-speed data logging to open database engines including:
MSSQL Server and SQL Azure
Oracle, mySQL,
MongoDB, MariaDB,
PostgreSQL, Cassandra,
SQLite, InfluxDB,
Amazon Aurora, Amazon RDS,
Amazon Redshift, Google Firebase,
MS Access (Windows only),
CSV Files
Databases can also be used as a source of inbound data using the Recipe Feature from any supported database engine

Connect to Azure Iot Data Hub, AWS IoT Gateway, and MQTTMove data to and from popular cloud-based IoT services for adding real time data to your IoT analytics pipeline.

Supported IoT services include:
AWS IoT Gateway
Azure IoT Data Hub

Additionally, using the MQTT Connector you can:
Send data updates to any MQTT broker as an MQTT Client,
or publish updates to any client using the OAS MQTT Broker.

Alarm Logging and Notification via SMS, Email, VoiceLog historical Alarm data to any supported data destination available for data logging such as open database engines including MSSQL, Oracle, mySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and CSV files.

Receive Alarm Notifications via:
Email, SMS, Voice
based on highly configurable parameters on each data point.

Build Visualizations, HMIs, and UIs from any data sourceVisualization of live and historical data, as well as live and historical Trends and Alarms in WinForms and WPF applications, and deliver visualization in any web browser and any web platform. OAS provides SDKs and tools for web, mobile, and desktop application development using data from any OAS server. Additionally, the OAS REST API can be used on any platform for programmatic data access and server configuration. Learn more about the benefits of an open platform for visualization.

Visualization on desktop and mobile devices

The OAS Platform also ships with a built-in Web HMI Dashboard for rapid no-code visualization in any web browser on any device.

SDKs and APIs for process automation.NET Data Connector
A set of .NET Core assemblies, allowing for custom application and integration projects for both reading and writing data, as well as full programmatic configuration of OAS installations.OAS REST API
The REST API can be used with any programming language on any platform for data access and OAS server configuration.Universal Driver Interface (UDI)
An SDK which allows you to build custom integrated drivers for proprietary or non-standard protocols or integration with external services. Integrations using the UDI can then be configured in the OAS Configuration application just like all native built-in drivers.
Universal Driver Interface Architecture

Infinitely Flexible Secure Networking

Built upon a Distributed Network Architecture that enables advanced Edge Computing, reliability, and performance for IIoT, the OAS Platform can be deployed in infinite configurations to meet your needs. Interconnect OAS servers for load balancing, failover, data aggregation from remote clients, and more.

OAS Universal Data Connector

Basic Networking

Network clients, either over LAN, WAN, or Internet can communicate directly with an OAS Platform server.

Basic Networking with fixed IP address or domain names

Live Data Cloud

Move data between OAS Platform servers, aggregate data, and secure source data over dynamic IP addresses

Live Data Cloud networking with dynamic IP address

Download and start a free, unlimited trial, or schedule a live, interactive demo

Thousands of customers worldwide trust OAS, including

Michelin JBT Aerotech Volvo Mack Intel US Navy

News & Articles

OAS Open UIEngine

Introducing the OAS Open UIEngine

February 15, 2024
A whole new way of building and deploying HMIs, user interfaces, and full web applications using a no-code in-browser IDE....

IIoT Sparkplug B

February 3, 2024
Open Automation Software\'s latest update now includes a new interface for Sparkplug B Edge of Network Nodes and Host Applications....

The impact of the IIoT on the manufacturing industry

January 1, 2023
Introduction: The Internet of Things (IoT) has been revolutionizing various industries over the last few years, and manufacturing is no...