Transferable digital assets

During the construction of our freely config­urable interfaces, great attention was paid to maintaining as many degrees of freedom as possible in the selection of tools and systems. These operate via already common interfaces such as REST, SOAP and SQL, or special protocols such as ModBus, UPC UA and BacNet, in order to link any other systems with each other using special algorithms. This creates a network that offers the freedom to move or interconnect any data.

In order to enable the concept of multiple interfaces, CYVED uses special, again freely config­urable query and transmission options, as well as fixed normal­ization, transfor­mation and validation procedures. The triggering of data transmissions can then be done either on the server or on the client side.

By combining all structures, we enable the synchro­nization of all your data, without saving them in our system itself. Thus, the continuous data sovereignty of your data is guaranteed by us.

CYVED has set itself the goal of being able to map the various interfaces in the long term using graphical interfaces. The complexity of these applications could be further reduced in order to make their operation available to employees who have little or no knowledge of programming.

Connect interfaces

The data of the respective interface components are coupled with each other in CYVED by a so-called data bus. The transfer of data can be done manually or, if desired, automat­ically by time or event controlled events. The interfaces can be connected directly or via the digital twin.


Different connection types


Direct connection of two interfaces

With the direct connection it is possible to connect the data directly via a data bus. In this case, the data is not saved in CYVED itself. Source and target system are synchronous and the data transfer can be done manually or automat­ically by time event controlled triggers.


Connection of interfaces via digital twin

With the connection via the digital twin, the data is forwarded directly in CYVED via the interfaces. The backup of the data, is then also done in CYVED itself, in order to generate our digital twin from the based information. At this point, all advantages of the twin can be used and all selected data from the model can be transferred into further interfaces. The transfer can then also be controlled either manually or automat­ically.