These Linux® Computers come with Ubuntu® Operating System (OS) installed to guarantee hardware-software compatibility. You can choose either Ubuntu® Desktop or Ubuntu® Server and take the guesswork out of a reliable PC to run your Linux® OS application. These options give you all the power and flexibility of the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) world.
Over the years the Linux® operating system has proven itself to be trusted and reliable. From its ancestor, Unix, as a mainframe OS, to dominance in the server environment with the popular LAMP web stack, to its ubiquitous deployment on countless IoT devices, Linux® is chosen by engineers as a dependable, secure, and flexible platform that gets the job done. Maple Systems offers the latest Long Term Support (LTS) image from Ubuntu®. This comes with a large community to support it and a large application repository to select from.
Step 1: Select Your Industrial PC
The first step in building your Industrial PC is to select the model you want your application to run on. We offer many options to choose from, including both Box and Panel Mount PCs. Configure your PC to meet your specific requirements. Each comes in a rugged enclosure with ample IO:
Step 2: Configure your preferred OS
Next select your operating system. The computer will come with one of two Ubuntu® flavors already installed:
Simply use the configurator on the product pages linked above to select your preferred option.
Step 3: Setup your system
Once you receive your PC, you will need to plug in a screen and keyboard. Power on and follow the prompts to create your user andmpassword. If using the desktop environment, you will be guided through the process which is very similar to the process of setting up a Windows OS for first time use. If using the server option there is a default user created. We highly recomend creating your own user and removing the default user, or at minimum, update the default users password. Other setup tasks include:
An industrial computer and GNU / Linux® Operating System bring a world of possibility to your fingertips. The box PC can act as a web server, an OEE dashboard, a SCADA hub and much more. Here is a short list of possible applications:
AVEVA™ Edge IoT View is the Linux® runtime for the popular AVEVA™ Edge SCADA software package formerly known as Indusoft Web Studio. IoT View allows you to connect to your AVEVA™ Edge project via html 5 in any web browser. The Box PC is the perfect platform to run this application. Give managers and operators access to the data they need when they need it.Learn more about AVEVA™ Edge
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