DBPC - DBus for Process Control v.1.0

DBPC is the Linux standard corresponding to OPC for Window. It is being defined according to the Freedesktop foundation goals. DBPC is based on D-Bus and provide a common interace for SCADA and HMI field data acess.

DBPC is the Linux standard corresponding to ...

 
  • DBPC - DBus for Process Control
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