Moxa’s newly released AIG-300 Series IIoT gateways include Azure IoT Edge integration, which adds significant value in the form of unique features that aid in the creation of a cost- and time-efficient IIoT system. To enable seamless edge-to-cloud data acquisition and device management, IIoT gateways must be highly secure and reliable.
The gateway is a solution for reliable, quick, and easy data acquisition and device management that is seamlessly integrated with Azure IoT Edge and powered by ThingsPro. With a few simple configuration steps, data collected from devices can be transferred to Azure IoT Edge and then to Azure IoT Hub.
On the other hand, devices on the AIG series IIoT gateways can be effectively managed via the Azure IoT Hub to the Azure IoT Edge route. Customers can benefit from this seamless one-stop edge-to-cloud platform by reducing system development time and cost.
The majority of IIoT applications, such as smart grids, solar fields, energy storage systems, oil and gas refineries, and rail-wayside applications, are deployed in remote, unmanned, and harsh environments. Maintaining normal operations and effectively monitoring statuses is critical for these systems. The series gateways are ideal for use in these environments due to their wide-temperature design and low power consumption.
With features like resume file transmission, OTA upgrades, and Secure Boot, the series gateways seen in remote sites can be upgraded and maintained to provide continuous availability while also being effectively protected against cyberattacks.
The series includes built-in recovery functions to allow rollback to the previous stable version of the firmware for uninterrupted network connectivity at remote sites, preventing disconnections caused by device crashes and sudden shutdowns. When a software upgrade fails, the gateways revert to the backup software version, ensuring system stability. A ThingsPro tool simplifies provisioning by allowing bulk provisioning of IIoT gateways and remote software upgrades.