Bedrock Automation’s OSA™ platform - Experience what’s possible when industry experts turn every engineer’s wish list from the last 30 years into reality… and spark a revolution in automation control!
We're revolutionizing industrial control And setting industry free
While control systems seem to be crawling into the future, the technologies from which they are built are not. Moore's law, material science, software and standards race ahead at an accelerating pace with little concern for those left behind...until now. Bedrock Automation has reinvented all aspects of industrial control, resulting in an automation revolution that sets you free.
One controller. One power supply. One I/O module. Extreme I/O innovation leads to a dramatic reduction in part numbers and life cycle costs.
From tens to tens of thousands of I/O A 4GB electromagnetic backplane is the foundation for software-defined I/O and universal control and power ensuring an automation solution of virtually any size without compromise.
ICS Cyber Security - Built in versus bolted on Deep-trust cyber defense embedded into processor, memory, communications, inter-connections, backplane and packaging technologies.
Bedrock™ Changing the user experience
Finally! I/O, power and communications without a single backplane I/O pin. A true breakthrough, the Bedrock Backplane Module Interconnect, BMI, sets new standards for performance, reliability and cyber security.
Bedrock's Secure I/O Modules, SIO, use layers of advanced technology to deliver a software-defined I/O platform for Universal Analog, Serial, Discrete, Ethernet and Fieldbus I/O.
Bedrock's Secure Power Module, SPM, is both functionally and physically coupled to the BMI using layers of advanced technology to deliver single and dual redundant, cyber secure power for the control system.
Bedrock's Secure Control and Communication Module, SCC, is a universal controller for virtually every conceivable ICS application independent of size or control task: Discrete, Batch, Continuous, or Multivariable control from one device supporting as little as ten, or as many as tens of thousands of I/O.