Total: ~51 min

How to understand and become familiar with the ICONICS architecture, including many of the common terms you will encounter.

Logical Architecture within the ICONICS Suite

The fundamental, high-level introduction to the architecture of the various modules and components of an ICONICS system. Learn the key aspects of how a system is built, and where to go to learn more details.

Data Connectivity

Data Connectivity is the first step in most projects, and revolves around which data and transport protocols are most appropriate for a given project. Learn how ICONICS addresses data connectivity options.

Data Logging

Data Logging is a critical component of many systems, and is also frequently referred to as providing "Historians", "Loggers", or "Calculation Engines". The data logging options in ICONICS also form the foundation for many analytics applications.

Alarm Notification

Alarm Notifications are versatile, they can be used for just about any situation where users need to be kept apprised of active and developing situations within the application. There are supplemental tools to extend these notifications to remote workers as well.

Recipes, Schedules, and Triggered Events

There are a variety of ancillary components, all of which have specialized purposes for different applications. Learn what they are and how they might be used in an application.

Data Analytics

The ICONICS Suite has several built-in analytics modules, used for fault analysis, energy monitoring, SPC analysis and more. Learn how to leverage them in a project.