why should I become a partner?
- Partners involved in umati make a common promise to their customers.
- Companies benefit from a joint, strong, visible marketing presence through press work, events, trade fair appearances and showcases – across technologies or product groups:
- Companies can advertise with logo
- Participation in a showcase is advertised — proof of functionality and early adopter
- Joint central exhibition stand
- Market penetration with a uniform data interface community is accelerated and simplified
- Access to quality assurance material (test scripts/description) and later sample code and sample implementations
- Increase of acceptance and community in the customer industries
Our partners support the dissemination of OPC UA standards with a common implementation in the machinery industries.
umati partners provide machines or software which implement OPC UA specifications that are endorsed by umati. The number of umati endorsed standards is growing together with the community.
The implementation follows common guidelines provided by the umati community in order to realize connectivity across technology domains (e.g. security, access management, configuration).
Many umati partners contribute to the development of the endorsed OPC UA companion specifications.
- corporate partners
- core partners
- consortium partners
- association partners
- research partners
Companies who use umati endorsed specification in their products and work together to build the umati community.
These partners invested into the creation of the umati community and are driving the community building forward.
Consortiums who use the umati endorsed OPC UA companion specifcations for the communication part inside their respective activities.
Our association partners are the multipliers for our mission. They actively inform and update their members about umati and the community activities. Together with them we provide support to the growing base of partners.
Our research partners support the standardization work, develop technologies and build reference implementations.