Industrial IoT Solutions
Connecting your world to the Internet
Boundless flexibility allows VersaLink to work well with small product installations or complex industrial ecosystems. Key to this adaptability is its architecture which allows devices to connect with hubs, hubs to run applications and publish APIs, and hubs to create peer connections with other hubs. Devices may be physical hardware or virtual interfaces whereas hubs may be anything from inexpensive single board computers to cloud servers. Mix in the ability for any hub to host applications and publish APIs, and the power of the system becomes apparent. Support for any imaginable topology with endless combinations of devices, hubs, applications, and APIs allows you to precisely mold VersaLink to your needs.
Safeguarding your system and data is absolutely the most important consideration. That is why VersaLink’s security is integral to the very fabric of the program. By default, every interface and data path is protected by positive authentication and encryption—even internal peer connections. Additionally, because there is never a requirement to traverse Agilatech’s servers or any other 3rd party servers, your data always remains in your control. In fact, VersaLink doesn’t even require a connection to the Internet—it will happily operate standalone or with its peers in a disconnected intranet. All of these strengths are encoded deeply in VersaLink’s DNA to protect your systems.
Playing nice with others is not just something to ask of our kids, but to also demand of our software. VersaLink does integrate wonderfully with other systems, accepting widely diverse inputs while representing data and functions in any desired format. The software can be configured to integrate with nearly any device, be it real or virtual. This includes two-way communications, so devices may send data as well as receive commands. Beyond the device level, APIs may be created to mate up with other systems for unimpeded information exchange. VersaLink’s malleable interfaces on the edge and in the cloud amount to an inherently interoperable platform.