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Considerations for Wired versus Wireless Instrumentation

Posted in Industrial IoT on Thursday, March 12th, 2015. One comment so far
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If you have an instrumentation and automation project for a new installation you are faced with many technology selection decisions. For instance, instrumentation based on digital communications technologies, which provide robust diagnostics and predictive capabilities such as Foundation fieldbus, have been with us for nearly two decades. And wireless instrumentation, built on standards such as […]

Advancing Low Power, Reliable Wireless Industrial Networks

Posted in Industrial IoT on Friday, October 15th, 2010. No comments yet
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While at the recent Emerson Exchange, I had a chance to catch up with Emerson’s Dr. José A. Gutierrez, an expert in the field of wireless networks. You may recall José from earlier wireless-related posts. His background includes participation in IEEE LAN/MAN, editor-in-chief of the IEEE 802.15 Working Group-Task Group 4, program manager and member […]

Converging IEC 62591 WirelessHART and ISA100

Posted in Industrial IoT on Thursday, April 8th, 2010. No comments yet
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Emerson Process Management’s chief strategic officer, Peter Zornio, shared his thoughts on how IEC 62591 WirelessHART and ISA100.11a could converge in a recent Control Engineering article, News and comment: Can WirelessHART and ISA100 converge? The HART Communications Foundation (HCF) noted in a recent IEC 62591 approval press release: The overwhelming approval by IEC fulfills the […]

From Smart Dust to Reliable Wireless Sensor Networks

Posted in Industrial IoT on Wednesday, December 10th, 2008. No comments yet
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At this ISA Expo 2008 this past October in Houston, Texas, I had the chance to catch Dr. Kris Pister‘s keynote presentation, From Smart Dust to Smart Plants: The Evolution of Wireless Sensor Networking. Kris is the Founder and chief technology officer for Dust Networks, which began operations in 2002. Beginning in the early 1990s, […]