HighByte Intelligence Hub is the first Industrial DataOps solution designed specifically for Operational Technology teams.
Built for Industrial Data
HighByte Intelligence Hub was built for the unique qualities of industrial data. The software securely connects devices and applications via open standards and native connections. Use the interface to model streaming data in real time, normalize and standardize data points and data models inherent to diverse machinery, and add context to data models that otherwise lack descriptions.
Designed for Scale
HighByte Intelligence Hub was designed for scale. Simplify and accelerate the modeling of tens of thousands of datapoints from PLCs and machine controllers with re-usable models that transform raw data into complex, useful information. Efficiently deliver contextualized and correlated information to the applications that require it.
Ideal for Operations
HighByte Intelligence Hub is an ideal solution for manufacturers and other industrial companies because the software was designed for Operational Technology (OT) teams. The platform-agnostic solution runs on-premises at the Edge, scales from embedded to server-grade computing platforms, and offers a code-free user interface.
Accelerate and scale your data lake, IIoT, and analytics initiatives while improving communications between OT and IT.
Organize, merge, and standardize your industrial data in one solution
Model, document, and deliver your data more efficiently
Govern data standards across the enterprise
Stop writing custom scripts and
troubleshooting broken integrations
Reduce time spent preparing data for analysis
Reduce data loss from dropped connections
Produce audit logs for system integrity and regulatory traceability
Improve system-wide security
Reduce Cloud ingest, processing and
storage costs for unusable and unneeded data
Reduce time spent deploying and maintaining system integrations
Represent machines, products, processes, and systems with key intelligent information suited to your needs. Contextualize thousands of industrial data points by merging them with information from other systems, adding meta data, standardizing data attribute names and lists, and normalizing units of measure.
Create data flows for raw data or modeled information between connections at any frequency or event. Manage data flows within HighByte Intelligence Hub to identify, enable, or disable the flow of information to consuming applications. Enable store and forward to buffer data on disk if target connection is lost.
Collect and publish data over open standards and native connections—eliminating the need for custom-coded integrations. Easily configure and manage multiple connections and their respective inputs and outputs within the script-free interface. Collect data from SQL and REST source systems using dynamic requests leveraging inputs from other systems. Merge data from multiple systems into a complex modeled payload.
Exchange data using the built-in security of connection protocols. By identifying outputs by connection, administrators can implement higher-level management and security than typical pub/sub broker architectures and open, unmanaged API access.
Run HighByte Intelligence Hub on your choice of light-weight hardware platforms including single board computers, industrial switches, IoT gateways, and industrial data servers. Deploy as an individual software installation or Docker image, which allows you to rapidly deploy and upgrade system software components.
Connect multiple hubs to a single host that acts as the central hub. Once connected, administrators can log in to the central hub and easily switch between hubs to configure and monitor individual hub activity and compare configurations for differences. Administrators can also synchronize models, connections, or complete projects between hubs.
Deploy redundant Intelligence Hubs for critical data and pair the hubs as a primary and secondary. A secondary hub will be ready in a warm state ready to enable flows when it detects the primary is no longer responding.
Create unique user names and passwords for each hub user. Assign a user to a role with a pre-defined set of permission claims or assign a user their own unique permission claims. Create and maintain certificates in the hub configuration to authenticate and secure data transfer with other systems.
Enable audit logging to allow all configuration creations, modifications, or deletions to be logged to the event log as AUDIT type events. View all log events through the configuration and filter by type, source, or message text. Automatically back up the runtime’s configuration file to a backup directory at a specified frequency and maintain a specified maximum number of these files. These backups will enable you to roll back the configuration if an incorrect change was made that caused problems with the configuration.