OPC Unified Architecture – Getting Started

A fast and effective introduction into OPC UA, hands-on, implementing a .NET Core OPC UA server.

Course Information

Estimated Time: 2.5 – 3 hours

Difficulty: Beginner

The OPC Unified Architecture communication standard is one of the main technical pillars you can build a digital transformation project on.
This has been especially true for the industrial automation market over the last years, but currently OPC UA is making huge in-roads into other verticals, such as retail and logistics, used by companies transforming to be Industry 4.0-ready.
Its stability, resiliency and security features are hard to match and truly on enterprise level.
This Wechsler Consulting interactive online course provides an introduction to the OPC UA standard and pragmatically explains its different building blocks implementing a simple example in .NET Core using the Open Source OPC UA reference stack released by the OPC Foundation.

There is no faster way to get involved with OPC UA!

In addition, you are not alone!
This course includes two 45 minutes calls with the author to answer your questions, discuss ideas and get inspirations for your current or future project.

As enrolled student, just request a call, at your convenience, by sending an email to cloudcampus@wechsler-consulting.de and we will find a suiting slot in our schedule!

Course Instructor

Alexander Wechsler Alexander Wechsler Author

Alexander Wechsler has been working many years doing project and partner management for customers in enterprise and Cloud markets. Many of his projects turned into showcases for the successful use of modern software technology. As one of the leading Cloud and IOT specialists, he speaks at international developer conferences and universities about application and system development using the newest software and Cloud technologies.

OPC UA Getting Started Access Plan

750,00 incl. VAT

This course provides an introduction to the OPC UA standard and pragmatically explains its different building blocks implementing a simple example in .NET Core using the Open Source OPC UA reference stack released by the OPC Foundation.

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