The quintessential tool for driving the digital transition in operations technology

Engineering and maintaining thousands of digital devices in hundreds of networks cannot be done using Excel and Visio. A purpose-built tool is required: The OTbase OT asset management software.

Automatic evergreen OT asset inventory

OTbase automatically creates a detailed and comprehensive OT asset inventory that is refreshed every 24 hours. It also allows you to add metadata (context) and files to asset entries.

Automatic network topology diagrams

OTbase automatically creates L1 network topology diagrams, based on switch configuration data. Even your DLRs and fieldbus connections are exposed. And if you still want to see it in Visio, just click the “export” button.

Obsolescence management

Many of your OT assets are 20 years or older, and spare parts are no longer available. OTbase tells you exactly where those products are installed, using vendor product data that is updated weekly.

Vendor product notifications and safety advisories

Your automation vendor has just notified you of a bug, maybe even a safety risk in some of their products, identified by serial numbers or manufacture date. OTbase lets you to pinpoint affected devices in five minutes.

Asset health tracking

Identify network problems, full hard disks, memory exhaustion etc. before they turn into downtime. OTbase notifies you of deteriorating system health.

OT asset health tracking

Outstanding system documentation

OTbase is your next-level OT system documentation platform. It lets you document cyber-physical system relations and dependencies like never before, allowing for easy knowledge transfer to the next generation of engineers.

FAT/SAT simplification

Is your new plant system configured according to specification? OTbase tells you in minutes, long before commissioning. What’s more, you can even use OTbase to create your system specifications that you pass to the integrator.

OT asset health tracking
Data Flow Diagram

Automatic data flow diagrams

Want to know who communicates with whom, using what protocols? OTbase tells you right away, using easy to read, contextualized diagrams. You’ll see traffic categorized in local subnet, private peer subnet, and public Internet.