open62541 is free!!! and open source. Download it from GitHub

Why we believe in open source

We believe that community driven open source software can alone offer true interoperability. Such an Eco-system also helps reduce R&D costs for organizations significantly.

Organizations can now focus on their core differentiators instead of spending on base technologies like OS, communication and security which are no longer a key differentiating factor in their product or service offering. Thus the cost of development for these shall be community driven.

As you can see Open Source should be part of your core business strategy and should not be a distant second option for consideration or seen as an alternative to proprietary technologies. You may still need proprietary components to differentiate your product or service.

Watch 3 min video from our partner OSADL on how organizations can benefit from open source collaboration.

Help us help you

The open source OPC UA community project (open62541) aims to develop an open source OPC UA library equipped with Publish and subscribe features and real time capabilities. This community project was initiated and maintained by a joint working group including Fraunhofer IOSB in Karlsruhe, Germany, the India based system integrator Kalycito Infotech and the Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL)

To support and contribute to this eco-system, you can join in one of the 4 contributions listed below

 

Contribution levels

 
Contribution level OSADL Member Non-OSADL member
Silver 5,000.00 7,500.00
Gold 10,000.00 15,000.00
Platinum 20,000.00 30,000.00
Diamond* 60,000.00 90,000.00

*The Diamond contribution level can be taken only once.

   

Benefits of the various contribution levels

 
Contribution level Logo display and listed as contributor Certification assistance Number of votes when deciding on the development priority of components
Silver yes no 1
Gold yes yes 2
Platinum yes yes 4
Diamond* yes yes 8
   

Check out our quick start guide

Run OPC UA server on Raspberry Pi3 and view the server information model in the client application…

 
 

Quick Start Guide – OPC UA PubSub + TSN

Quick start guide to setup a open62541 OPC UA PubSub demonstrator between two x86 Linux computers…

 
 
 

Check out our resources

If all these are new to you and you would like to watch 2 minutes video introduction to these technologies and landscape here