TransSECS/IOT provides a SECS/GEM interface for IOT systems easily adding SECS/GEM to standard IOT protocols such as REST or MQTT. The TransSECS IOT server is a stand-alone product that you can run on Windows, Linux or other platforms.

You define your VIDs (values you make available to the host), ALIDs (alarms) and CEIDs within the TransSECS editor. CEIDs are events that happen within the tool that might be of interest to the host. At a minimum this should include events important for lot integrity (lot start, lot complete, lot paused/stopped, recipe changed, etc.). Your automation software needs to keep the values or topics updated and indicate through a topic or call when an alarm or an event occur. You can also add messages for host control (Start, stop, etc.) and for recipe management if needed. The values from the message and notification that the message has been received will be placed in topics. TransSECS also generates documentation and includes a "boiler-plate" manual so that you can easily provide accurate documentation to the end user.

Build the interface in the TransSECS Editor:

TransSECS/OPC Editor

These can be used for Cloud deployment or standalone. For MQTT you need a broker. The open source Mosquitto Broker is popular.

Once complete you can then deploy it on a variety of platforms including Windows, Linux and others. May we suggest our hugely popular Raspberry Pi solution: