Bedrock Automation develops automation systems that enable its users to implement controls that are both open and secure.
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Bedrock Automation develops automation systems that enable its usersto implement controls that are both open and secure. Its unique Open Secure Automation (OSA®) approach is especially critical today as industrial organizations are connecting more and more applications and devices to each other.
Bedrock Automation introduced the OSA platform in 2015 with the first industrial control system designed from inception to be cyber secure. This sets it apart from mainstream control system vendors who are heavily invested in control system architectures that were designed before cyber security was an issue.
In addition to its patented secure architecture, Bedrock has engineered industry-leading control performance and standards compliance, including support for Secure OPC UA, and MQTT, and provides free IEC 61131-3 compliant engineering software. Today, Bedrock Automation provides OSA through the following products:
- Bedrock® OSA control system, which supports PLC, SCADA RTU and DCS applications scaling from tens to tens of thousands of soft selectable I/O, across a patented Bedrock pinless magnetic backplane (BMI). It provides single, dual or triple I/O redundancy; and certified for Achilles Level 2 cyber security and MIL-STD-461 EMP protection.
- Bedrock OSA Remote control system, which packs the Bedrock OSA security and performance into a compact, low-cost unit for remote SCADA RTU, PLC or other edge control applications.
- Bedrock Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), which provides a smart and secure standalone UPS for any industrial control system.
- Bedrock Secure Power Supply (SPS), which provides a smart and secure standalone power supply for any brand of PLC, SCADA RTU, or DCS.
Bedrock Automation delivers its solutions through a growing channel of systems integrators and high-tech distributors. They are continually extending the capabilities of OSA from the control layer, to workstations, third party applications, legacy systems, and even the users themselves.