Open source platform for home and industrial IoT
- Free • Open Source
What is EVA ICS?
EVA ICS is a platform for automated control and monitoring systems development, for any needs, from home/office to industrial setups. It is completely free for non-commercial use as well as for commercial, on condition that enterprise integrates it on its own. The product is distributed as a free software and is available under Apache License 2.0.
Using MQTT server or AWS/Azure IoT, EVA ICS allows to set up single IoT/IIoT management node and then easily scale it to your own automation Cloud, where nodes and components discover each other automatically.
You design IoT setup. EVA ICS builds it for you.
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- 37 Stars
- 3 Forks
- 0 Open Issues
Comments and Reviews
Recent user activities on EVA ICS
- Maoholguin added EVA ICS as alternative(s) to Mi Home
- POX added EVA ICS as alternative(s) to emteria.OS
- SeventhSeeker added EVA ICS as alternative(s) to Kaithem Automation
EVA ICS may be a little bit complex for the beginners, as all setup is being made in CLI (I must admit - perfectly made CLI) but as soon as you get used, I must say this software is one of the best on this market.
You can easily build a private IoT cloud, EVA ICS can be upscaled to dozens of nodes and you see all your equipment and logic aggregated on the endpoints you choose. That's just amazing!
Default web interface is not perfect, but if you need to build anything custom or just integrate controls with Grafana or another 3rd party dashboard, it has more than enough, as any block can be embedded.
Very interesting PLC solution - if you need something serious, you just write a "macro" in a slightly modified Python language and that's it.
What can I admit is a security. Nowadays IoT applications just don't have it. However EVA ICS has perfect flexible security model when any API key can be limited to any resource or group.
I would give the software 4 stars due to lack of setup web UI (hope guys will do it very soon), but as it worked on our test plant 3 months in a row with no crashes, I give 5.