OPC DataHub to be Featured in Chinese Automation Show
Takebishi Corporation will demonstrate a new version
of the OPC DataHub in China's most prestigious industrial
automation trade show this month.
Georgetown, Ontario (November 5, 2010) Over 100,000 visitors to the Industrial
Automation Show 2010 in China will be able to see the latest
version of the OPC DataHub presented by representatives from
Takebishi Corporation of Japan. The exhibit will be held at
the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) from the
9th to the 13th of November.
"As large manufacturing systems become more common in
China, the needs of the PC-based systems market will increase
day by day," said Mr. Ryuji Takeuchi of Takebishi. "I think
that the DataHub and its web-based data visualization
technologies will have a strong impact on Chinese
"We expect to see a growing demand for process control and
data integration software throughout the industrialized
sectors of China," said Andrew Thomas, President of Cogent.
"The OPC DataHub and related Cogent products are well positioned
to meet that demand."
Industrial Automation Show 2010 is a specialized themed
show within the China International Industry Fair 2010. This
exhibition of industrial automation solutions will include both
production and process automation, electrical systems, robotics,
industrial IT & software, and microsystems technology. The
success of previous sessions makes this show one of the most
attractive trade fairs for automation engineers and system
integrators in China and the rest of Asia. It provides an ideal
platform for professionals and specialists in the field to come
The show will occupy some 30,000 square meters of exhibit
area at Asia's most modern fairground, the Shanghai New
International Expo Centre (SNIEC), from November 9 to 13,
2010. Organizers expect 500 companies to exhibit, and over
100,000 industry professionals to attend. You can visit the
Takebishi exhibit at booth E1B002.
The OPC DataHub provides quick, reliable, and secure access
to valuable information direct from the factory floor. It is an
integrated tool that can present live process data directly on
an engineer's or manager's desk in a form most suitable:
database, spreadsheet, or web page. It provides OPC tunnelling,
bridging, and aggregation, and has a free API to support
virtually any requirement for OPC connectivity.
Takebishi is an engineering trading company specializing
in data communication for industrial electric and electronic
equipment and devices. They joined OPC Foundation Japan in 1995
and since that time have been very active in developing OPC
servers and spreading OPC technology. Takebishi has offices
throughout Japan, with a focus on the Kyoto and Shiga
Founded in 1995, Cogent Real-Time Systems is
the leader in real-time cross-platform data integration between
Windows, Linux and QNX. Customers include the Bank of Canada, Cadbury
Chocolate and the European Space Agency. Cogent leverages its
experience in real-time data communications to provide the next
generation of OPC products.