IoTium's OT Access is your Remote Access Solution!
Operations Technology (OT) teams need to provide employees, trusted third parties, and technicians secure remote access to on-site systems for OT installations, monitoring, and maintenance. Click here for more!
Provision, authenticate, manage, and audit secure remote access for third-party vendors and technicians to all your assets across the globe through a single pane of glass using ioTium’s OT-Access. OT-Access is a remote access management infrastructure offered as-a-service that puts you in control to enable scalable agent-less secure third-party remote access to your mission-critical assets. This enables a uniform methodology for you to manage and monitor which technicians from which vendors are accessing which subsystems and touching which applications across all your assets globally in verticals including Building Automation, Oil & Gas, Power and Utilities, Manufacturing, Healthcare, and Smart Cities.
Uniform Global Secure Access
Streamlined secure third-party remote access to all your assets globally.
Plug & Go
Simply plug in the ioTium iNode and leave all the heavy lifting to ioTium’s OT-Net infrastructure. Use OT-Net to provision, authenticate, manage, and audit secure third-party remote access in minutes.
Requires no new software download or install by vendors and technicians to securely connect to industrial subsystems and assets across the globe.
Monitoring and Audit
Continuous centralized monitoring and audit of access, with reports on who accessed the network and when.
Ease of access management through centralized enforcement to grant or revoke technician/vendor access to assets.
Shields vulnerable devices from exposure to public internet by enabling secure remote access to vendors while the devices continue to remain in private networks.
Episode 291: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending Nov 11, 2018 is one of our most exciting and anticipated CTN’s of the year, as we announce the finalists for the 2018 ControlTrends Awards! Congratulations to all of the nominees and all of the finalists! [Read more…]
A LIVE WEBINAR
Prevent Security Risks of 3rd-Parties Vendor Remote Access Across Building Operations
When: Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 9 am PT/ Noon ET
Practically every commercial facility relies on vendors for critical IT tasks, providing them privileged access to building systems–and making networks increasingly vulnerable to a security breach.
Attend this webcast and learn [Read more…]
Episode 284: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending September 23, 2018 features our interview with Building Automation expert, Daryl Clasen, LOYTEC Americas’ Sales Manager. Get your Greenhouse’s CO2 levels right with ACI’s aSENSE-GH; Johnson Controls Con is Hitting the Road!; IoTium Tees Up to Take Off with Series B Funding; KMC’s Commander offers an easy way to turn a BAS Platform into an IoT Platform; and NIST releases “A Methodology for Determining Forensic Data Requirements for Detecting Hypervisor Attacks” for review.
Need to Monitor CO2 in Greenhouses? Here is how to do it! What is one of the fastest growing industries that needs a lot of controls and control strategies? I will give you a hint: the product is grown in green houses, and the lights, temperature, humidity and CO2 must be spot on. Companies like EASY IO have stepped up to the plate with the control side of the solution. Blue Ridge Technologies can get you dialed in on the lighting, but what about the CO2 monitoring? Here is the ACI solution you need to know.
Johnson Controls Con is Hitting the Road! Taking it to the Streets! The Road Shows will provide opportunities for attendees to listen, see, and experience the Controls Product offering by Johnson Controls, while also providing hands on training, instruction, and certification in the following product areas: Facility Explorer, Verasys, Refrigeration, Johnson Controls Critical Environments (Triatek), Series III VFD, and Selection Navigator.
IoTium Tees Up to Take Off with Series B Financing. Santa Clara, Calif. – September 19, 2018 – ioTium today announced that it has closed $13.6 million in Series B financing. This new round of investment brings the company’s total funding to $22 million and validates the strength of the company’s Software-Defined Converged Infrastructure solutions for IIoT, a vision actualized within industrial Fortune 500 deployments worldwide. The funding was led by continued investment from March Capital Partners. Honeywell Ventures, John Chambers’ JC2 Ventures and Hanna Ventures joined existing ioTium investors GE Ventures and Juniper Ventures in the round.The KMC Commander: The Easy Way to turn a BAS System into an IoT Platform. KMC Commander Install with E-Solutions: YMCA IoT Integration. In this video KMC’s Tim Vogel, and E Solutions, TJ Terrell, show us how easy it is to take an existing BAS system and turn it into an Iot platform by installing the KMC Commander. As you can see in the video, this solution is very well thought out, and easy to install. So if your customers are asking more from the BAS systems you are servicing, think KMC Commander.
Our ControlTalk NOW interview with LOYTEC Americas’ Manager, Daryl Clasen gives us fresh insight into LOYTEC’s formidable intelligent building automation products are ideally suited for small to mid-size building applications. LOYTEC takes room automation and tunable lighting to the next level — and the LIOB‑585 I/O Controller is one of the most versatile, all-in-one controllers on the market: IP-enabled, compact, programmable automation stations for LonMark Systems and BACnet/IP networks with physical inputs and outputs and integrated graphical visualization.
Founded in 1999, LOYTEC electronics GmbH today ranks among the leading European providers of intelligent networked control products for building automation. LOYTEC develops, manufactures, and distributes router and gateway solutions, embedded Automation Servers and I/O Controllers, the room automation system L-ROC, DALI lighting controls, the VAV system LIOB-AIR, and also graphical user interfaces in the form of touch panels or via PCs or mobile devices.
For Whom it May Cybersecurity Concern: A Methodology for Determining Forensic Data Requirements for Detecting Hypervisor Attacks. Although a Methodology for Determining Forensic Data Requirements for Detecting Hypervisor Attacks notice may not seem to be of immediate importance to the ControlTrends Community, Cybersecurity requires a dutiful and relentless awareness, especially as we become more dependent on Cloud hosted services. The Nist website is a vital source of critical information available at your fingertips!
Investment Led by March Capital Partners and Supported by GE Ventures, Honeywell Ventures, JC2 Ventures and Juniper Ventures Validates Strength of ioTium Solutions Deployed in Industrial Fortune 500 Enterprises Worldwide
Santa Clara, Calif. – September 19, 2018 – ioTium today announced that it has closed $13.6 million in Series B financing. This new round of investment brings the company’s total funding to $22 million and validates the strength of the company’s Software-Defined Converged Infrastructure solutions for IIoT, a vision actualized within industrial Fortune 500 deployments worldwide. The funding was led by continued investment from March Capital Partners. Honeywell Ventures, John Chambers’ JC2 Ventures and Hanna Ventures joined existing ioTium investors GE Ventures and Juniper Ventures in the round. Capital will be used to accelerate ongoing technology leadership and to fuel rapid market expansion in the U.S. and abroad.
“Since our founding, ioTium has been focused on solving the deployment complexities faced by industrial enterprises undertaking digital transformation,” said Ron Victor, [Read more…]
April 12, 2018, at 8:00 am PT/11:00 am ET
It’s not smart buildings – but any commercial building built or have renovated in the past 30 years that you should worry about.
- Life Safety Risks
- Equipment Failure
- Productivity Loss
- Network Hopping
- Brand Damage
- Legacy Building Controls Technology and Connectivity
- Risk Areas and Consequences
- Stakeholders Roles and Responsibilities
- Case Study Examples
- Step by Step Plan to Remediate
Episode 260: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending March 25, 2018 features visionary Jim Young, Founder and CEO of Realcomm Conferences. Register now to take advantage of ControlTrends’ discounted rate for Realcomm20, at the Cosmopolitan, June 4-8, Las Vegas. Young Gun Aaron Gorka, Innovations Manager, ANT Technologies, introduces the ControlTrends Community to the CMPX Show and more. Great demo from Mike Glenn, Penn Controls, who is celebrating its 100th Anniversary! Gina Elliott joins EasyIO as VP of the Americas. Belimo releases New Globe Valve Assemblies with a Webinar; and make sure to register for the Iotium/Intelligent Building Cybersecurity Webinar.
ControlTalk NOW interview with Jim Young — founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world’s leading conferences on technology, automated business solutions, intelligent buildings and energy efficiency for the commercial and corporate real estate industry. Stay tuned for more important updates and other conference information as it becomes available. Register now — using our ControlTrends’ discount code.
Young Gun Aaron Gorka,Innovations Manager, ANT Technologies, providers of paperless, cloud-based, operational technology for HVAC & Control Contractors, brings the ControlTrends Community up-to-speed with the CMPX Show (with over 500 exhibitors) that was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, March 21-23, as well as introducing two other prominent Young Guns: Lawrence Beauchamp, Arrow Electronics and Mark Riley, Track GPS Fleet Management. Great question and answer session — and great assessment of our industry. Thanks Aaron, we look forward to your next update!
EasyIO News Update: Gina Elliott Vice President of the Americas. Gina Elliott has joined the EasyIO team as Vice President of the Americas. Throughout her career, Gina has worked to develop GTM strategies for emerging technologies in IT and OT. Gina started her “ITOT” career as a VAR for converged IT solutions and has continued to work with emerging technologies. Transitioning to OT in 2007, Gina has worked in design consulting for multi-system integration and interoperability of smart buildings.
Belimo’s New Globe Valve Assemblies — Greater Force & Flexibility! Webinar on Wed, April 4 at 1:00 PM EDT. Belimo now offers a full range of NPT pressure compensated globe valves. The new G2 and G3 with ANSI Class VI leakage and 100:1 rangeability provide accurate modulation at low flow. Belimo globe valve actuators incorporate Multi-Function Technology™ to allow for easy and flexible field configuration. Register today to learn more about Belimo’s new globe valve assemblies.
ControlTrends and Michael Glenn, Penn Refrigeration Business Development Manager at Johnson Controls review two exciting new controls from Penn Controls, who is celebrating its 100 year anniversary. Eric and Mike review the A525 Series Electronic Refrigeration Controllers with Adaptive Defrost, which manages cooling, defrost, alarms, communications and costs, offering a wide range of options that allow for customized control functions. The Quick Response Expansion Valve (QREV) with Precision Superheat Controller (PSHC) form an electronic solution that will maximize evaporator efficiency and save energy by maintaining target superheat, regardless of outside conditions.
Live Webinar: Building Cybersecurity is a Legacy Building Risk — Thursday, April 12, 2018, 8 am PT/ 11 am ET. It’s not smart buildings – but any commercial building built or renovated in the past 30 years are what you should worry about. Before the smart buildings concept, digital, Internet-connected controls systems, such as HVAC, lighting, and elevators have been installed and managed by non-IT persons from architects, engineers, contractors and property managers. Without IT best practices, much-less cybersecurity requirements, there is significant exposure to: Life Safety Risks, Equipment Failure, Productivity Loss, Network Hopping, and Brand Damage.
It’s not smart buildings – but any commercial building built or renovated in the past 30 years are what you should worry about.
Before the smart buildings concept, digital, Internet-connected controls systems, such as HVAC, lighting, and elevators have been installed and managed by non-IT persons from architects, engineers, contractors and property managers. Without IT best practices, much-less cybersecurity requirements, there is significant exposure to:
* Life Safety Risks
* Equipment Failure
* Productivity Loss
* Network Hopping
* Brand Damage
This webinar will address the cybersecurity condition that afflicts nearly all commercial building stock, what you can do about it and how to get started. We will cover:
* Legacy Building Controls Technology and Connectivity
* Risk Areas and Consequences
* Stakeholders Roles and Responsibilities
* Case Study Examples
* Step by Step Plan to Remediate
While the benefits of energy and sustainability, operational efficiency, and enhanced occupant experience are compelling, even the most experienced commercial, corporate and institutional organizations face significant barriers related to security, deployment complexities, and data visibility.
Join Jason Houck, Chief Information Officer for The Panel Shoppe and Ron Victor, CEO and Founder, IoTium and learn how smart building solutions are creating a new paradigm of connectivity and disrupting the building industry. We’ll show how you can make the most of the opportunities posed by the Internet of Things (IoT) as you build your smart buildings of tomorrow.
What you’ll learn:
* The fundamental groundwork for a better understanding of smart buildings and provide takeaways and practices you can use every day.
* Best practices and considerations related to security and deployment complexities for connected buildings.
* A proposed architecture of how buildings with hundreds of sub-systems can securely connect to multiple applications that reside in public, private and hybrid clouds all without needing a truck-roll or making changes to existing enterprise IT firewall and proxy policies.
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