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EDDL and Profibus Common Ground

EDDL and Profibus Common Ground

I saw ARC Advisory Group's Larry O'Brien's post this week, Emerson Profibus Membership is One More Step toward Common Ground. In it, he writes: In fact, Emerson has supported Profibus for some time. The PNO membership officially seals the deal and gives Emerson a hand...

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Seeing EDDL Interoperability in Action

Seeing EDDL Interoperability in Action

I received an email recently from Emerson's Jonas Berge. As a member of the ISA104 Electronic Device Description Language (EDDL) committee, Jonas works to educate process manufacturers on how this standard fosters interoperability between intelligent field devices,...

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Thoughts on the ARC Advisory Group FDT Report

A colleague forwarded a recent ARC Advisory Group report, FDT Reaches Out to Process End Users. It described a recent briefing by representatives of the FDT Group to the ARC team. A few parts of the report that really raised some eyebrows among members involved in the...

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The EDDL Standard Keeps Advancing

I recently joined the Electronic Device Description Language (EDDL) mailing list to follow the work of this important standard. For those not familiar with this standard, EDDL.org describes it:Electronic Device Description Language (EDDL) technology is used by major...

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