Your Connection to the Digital World of the IoT
Do you want to use your machines, systems and building data for monitoring and analysis in the cloud? Take advantage of our open solutions for an easy and secure connection. In a few steps, you have a site-independent overview of all the relevant information and can identify opportunities for optimization and initiate changes directly. You alone decide which cloud system to send your data to via MQTT – for example, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, IBM Cloud or SAP Cloud.
In addition to cloud connectivity, WAGO Cloud offers you a ready-made solution platform for a wide variety of applications. You can analyze your data directly without IT knowledge and get information immediately, for example about machine faults.
The WAGO IoT Box offers both options combined in one hardware/software solution. Experience how you can send your data to the WAGO Cloud within a few minutes with the help of the configurable box and reuse it there.
Simple Machine Update via Cloud
Firmware and Application Updates Expand the Functions of WAGO Cloud.
Simply and securely send data from machines and systems via MQTT to WAGO Cloud or any other MQTT broker – with WAGO's PFC Controllers operating firmware version 12, it's no problem. With the new firmware and application update function, the connected factory can now be implemented even more easily. This is possible because updates to the firmware and the controllers’ applications can be made directly via the cloud.
This function is especially beneficial for users who control several machines of the same type via a PFC Controller. Instead of updating each machine individually, all machines can be updated simultaneously via WAGO Cloud. Alternatively, the user can select which machines will receive an update.
Available: December 2019
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