LEARN EVERYWARE IOT

A step-by-step guide to develop and deploy Edge-to-Cloud applications leveraging our IIoT components

Everyware IoT tutorials - How to develop Edge-to-Cloud applications with open, integrated and managed IIoT components

A series of IoT tutorial videos dedicated to Eurotech's Edge-to-Cloud architecture Everyware IoT.

Learn how to leverage our hardware and software components to simplify the development and deployment of end-to-end IoT solutions and edge computing applications.

These tutorials will provide step-by-step guides to configure connectivity to edge devices, develop end-to-end applications with our IoT gateway technologies, integrate field data with IT applications and many other features.

What is Everyware IoT?

Everyware IoT is an IoT platform providing hardware and software building blocks with an open, integrated and managed core to allow flexibility and interoperability across different vendors, to reduce time to market and for seamless integration between OT (operational technology) domain and IT (information technology) domain.

It combines the benefits of an open, integrated and managed IoT platform with best-in-class technologies powered by a global ecosystem of partners.

How does Everyware IoT work? Learn more with our IoT tutorials

Everyware IoT allows edge-to-cloud data and device management by combining edge computers and IoT gateways certified for different vertical markets with open source-based software stacks, IoT platforms and services to integrate edge data with IT applications.

You will learn more about all Everyware IoT features and components in our IoT tutorial videos. Here is the list:

Everyware IoT

In this first IoT tutorial video, you will learn the hardware and software requirements to start developing IoT and edge computing apps leveraging our Edge-to-Cloud IoT components.

You will basically need:

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Devices powered by Everyware Software Framework can natively connect to and be managed by Everyware Cloud.

This tutorial shows a step-by-step instructions guide on how to configure Everyware Software Framework to connect to Everyware Cloud using the ESF Gateway Administrative Console.

ESF supports ready-to-use field protocols (including Modbus, OPC-UA, S7), MQTT connectivity, and a web-based visual data flow programming to acquire data from the field, process it at the edge, and publish it to IoT Cloud Platforms.

Everyware Cloud provides an easy mechanism for connecting cloud-ready devices to IT systems and/or applications; therefore, connecting to Everyware Cloud is an important step in creating and maintaining a complete IoT application.

Watch this IoT tutorial to learn how to easily connect to Modbus devices with our IoT Edge Framework, ESF.

With ESF you can create a Modbus Driver that implements the Modbus protocol using the Driver model. The Driver can be used to interact with Modbus devices using different abstractions, such as the ESF Wires framework, the Asset model or by directly using the Driver itself.

Learn more about digital twins and their impact on industrial automation in this blog post.

ESF also provides a simple visual dataflow​ programming tool, named ESF Wires, to define data collection and processing pipelines at the edge by simply selecting components from a palette and wiring them together.

ESF Wires allows users, for example, to periodically acquire data from its channels, store them in the gateway, filter or aggregate them using powerful SQL queries, and send the results to the cloud.

The Eclipse Marketplace for IoT is a repository from which additional ESF Wires components can be installed into an ESF runtime with a simple drag-and-drop.

This video tutorial shows how to use the DB Store and DB Filter components on ESF Wires to interact with the database provided by ESF and to run custom SQL quesries on the ESF database.

ESF provides a web interface to configure all the services and applications that are installed and running on the gateway. They include Clock service, Diagnostics, Position, Provisioning, Watchdog and VPN configuration.

These services can be configured locally on the gateway or remotely using Everyware Cloud.

In this IoT tutorial you will learn how to use ESF Wires to visually compose an Industrial IoT (IIoT) Edge Computing to connect an OPC UA asset to a cloud platform.

This could be for example a temperature sensor that periodically sends data to an IoT gateway. Temperature data can be processed at the edge and and published to a cloud integration platform (like Everyware Cloud), that receives information about the average temperature measured in a set period of time.

This tutorial explains how to setup an ESF device, manage its VPN client from the Everyware Cloud Console, and remotely access it via SSH over the VPN connection.

The main goal of device provisioning is to allow a user to automatically configure a new device without the need to directly interact with the device. The Everyware Cloud platform takes care of the configuration of the device with the parameters given by the user.

This feature may be used for easy and fast deployment of a large number of devices that have similar configurations, applications, or areas of application.

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