Wireless Applications

Fieldbus Foundation, HART, and PROFIBUS Launch RF Initiative

October 8, 2007

The cooperative project aims to develop use cases, requirements, and specifications for wireless communications with intelligent field devices in process measurement and control applications in the automation industries.


ARCwire -- The Fieldbus Foundation announced it has joined the HART Communication Foundation and Profibus Nutzerorganisation e.V. (PNO) in launching a cooperative initiative for wireless technology in the manufacturing and process industries. The new project is an extension of the organizations' successful collaboration on Electronic Device Description Language (EDDL) and another step to deliver consistent functionality to automation end users.

As part of the wireless initiative, the three industry organizations will develop a specification for a common interface to a wireless gateway. They have agreed to base their work on the WirelessHART technology of the HART Communication Foundation and the emerging ISA SP100.11a standard. The project will include development of use cases, requirements, and specifications for wireless communication with intelligent field devices in process measurement and control applications in the automation industries.

As was done with their EDDL cooperation, the Fieldbus Foundation, HART, and PROFIBUS groups have also agreed to develop a common set of compliance guidelines for incorporation into their respective product registration processes.


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