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IoT Device Management: Know, in detail, what is happing in your plant

octoplant IoT Device Management

Keep track of all devices and drivers

octoplant integrates all common production and IIoT devices across manufacturers and manages the configuration data in a standardized manner on a central data management platform. This solution enables transparent management of complex information and provides a clear breakdown of who made each change, why and when.

While other solutions only cover specific machines or just certain parts of a plant, octoplant offers a 360-degree view and supports a wide range of bus systems, standards, and manufacturers. The purpose of this centralized approach, which covers everything from sensors and field devices to SCADA and PLCs to HMI devices and robotics, is to provide a comprehensive view for everyone in the plant from the plant manager or engineer to maintenance and IT and OT security managers.

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Features of octoplant IoT Device Management

[Translate to English:] Roboter Arm Plus
(Automatically) create assets

Easily integrate your assets and organize them in an intuitive structure.

[Translate to English:] Manage Asset Lifecycle
Manage asset lifecycle

Automatically create a full change history of your device.

Roboter arm für IOT
Display and manage asset history

Review and manage all device information on change history (who, what, why, when).

Manage access rights

Ensure access rights are in accordance with rules set at your organization.

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What our customers say

We now have a centralised data storage location, a clear structure for user rights, transparency about who changed what, where when and why, source code control and the ability to compare versions, which helps with standardisation. It is now easy to deal with changes: we Check-out the file, set the lock state, make changes, and check it back in. This is all fully documented and can be traced at any time, which also facilitates standardisation and contributes further to our development as a company.

Karl-Heinz Büchel, Director of Control Systems& Automation at ELWEMA Automotive GmbH

A solution that fully supports all devices and assets in the plant

octoplant monitors the plant’s automation technology and supports an incomparable range of devices, from many manufacturers, used in automated production - both on the device level (PLC, robots) and on the production level (SCADA, HMI, DCS).

Device integration - devices optimally matched to each other

octoplant solutions cover a wide range of automation devices, including PLCs, CNCs, robots, HMIs, SCADA systems, workstations and more. We are constantly expanding our support for new devices as they come to market, providing new features and functionality. Below are many of the devices and technical platforms that our customers commonly manage with octoplant (formerly versiondog or AutoSave).

ATTENTION: Device support is NOT limited to the devices listed here, so other devices may be compatible with our solutions. Please contact us if you need support for a device not listed.

Frequently asked questions

Which devices and editors are supported?

We support a wide range of automation devices, including PLCs, CNCs, robots, HMIs, SCADA systems, workstations, and many more. There’s a list of currently supported devices and editors in our Device Finder.

We also support devices that aren’t listed in the Device Finder – our universal workflow allows you to connect almost any automation asset.

Which manufacturers does octoplant support?

We don’t focus on specific manufacturers. We work with all of them.

Which versions and iterations are supported by Siemens TIA Portal?

For further details of TIA Portal support, please visit octoplant’s online help.

How are devices that are connected to octoplant kept updated?

We stay in close contact with automation manufacturers and constantly update connected devices.

What does it mean if a device is not normally supported by octoplant? In what way can I still work with it?

If a device is not normally supported by octoplant, it can still be managed using octoplant so that you can benefit from the central project repository. A backup strategy can be set up using our universal device integration workflow. A detailed comparison of changes can be made, depending on data type.

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