Power Tools for Digital Industrial Leaders
Edge2Web is a visual application builder platform that allows you to rapidly create powerful industrial IoT applications.
Use Edge2Web to integrate asset models, streaming data, analytic services, operating events, enterprise IT systems, and much more. Deploy apps to your users securely with the push of a button.
Edge2Web enables you to rapidly build custom apps that operationalize your digital industrial assets
Edge2Web products are platform-native, meaning they run as a suite of microservices directly on your host IIoT platform (e.g., Siemens MindSphere).
Publishing Edge2Web applications is achieved with a few mouse clicks, and all of your data is protected using your IIoT platform's Security & Identity infrastructure.
Provisioning your organization takes less than five minutes and gives you immediate use of Edge2Web's visual development tools and runtime services. Your apps have built-in access to all of the rich data services available on your chosen IIoT platform.
Connect your digital enterprise
Your data and enterprise applications are everywhere – in your OT infrastructure, in your IT data center, on industrial PaaS platforms, and on SaaS enterprise clouds. To build applications that give users full context and allow them to take informed actions, you need access to everything. Edge2Web’s platform-native connectivity tier gives you instant access to all of the rich data services available on your industrial PaaS and across your enterprise.
Integration is the power plant behind your IoT applications, enabling you to combine data from disparate sources, orchestrate the flow of information across your enterprise, and operationalize insights revealed by your analytics. Whether you're building user-facing or server-side applications, Edge2Web’s powerful flow engine enables non-programmers to quickly create process-driven applications that reduce costs, streamline operations, and optimize performance.
Integrate data, analytics, and operations
Visualize, inform, and empower