Data historian

OSIsoft's embedded component historian object, (ECHO), enables developers to create an embedded data historian supporting Microsoft Windows CE.NET 4.2 in addition to the high-end server machines already supported. It provides developers an advanced tool for placing high-performance, high-volume data collection capabilities in remote or mobile devices.

By Staff October 1, 2005

OSIsoft’s embedded component historian object, (ECHO), enables developers to create an embedded data historian supporting Microsoft Windows CE.NET 4.2 in addition to the high-end server machines already supported. It provides developers an advanced tool for placing high-performance, high-volume data collection capabilities in remote or mobile devices. It is useful for applications that use data locally, or when intermittent connections to the enterprise network conflict with the need for continuous data collection. A new object added in ECHO 2.0 — the Client & Server Platform Information Object — enables ECHO to collect information about both the client and server involved in a data transfer, so that it can determine what type of machine it is talking to and react accordingly. This is especially useful when information is being published from a Windows CE device to a PC or vice versa.

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