End users drive manufacturers to deliver FDT standardized, data-centric asset management solutions.
Leading Japanese automation manufacturer to develop FDT 3.0-enabled flowmeters for the energy and environmental markets.
- by Michel Ausseil & Guillaume Martine
For a simplified automation lifecycle.
- by Dr. Vivek Hajarnavis
Automation industry stakeholders can utilize a variety of third-party software developer toolkits and apply the power of the OPC Unified Architecture (UA) to create bespoke Apps leveraging all the data available in the FDT® 3.0 IIoT Server (FITS™) application.
- by Lee Lane
Sheer talent on-loan from our members drive FDT evolution.
- by Suriya Selvaraj
Optimizing mobile and remote operations in the new era of automation.
- by Lee Lane
New toolkits auto-enable OPC UA capabilities–no additional coding required.
- by Lee Lane, FDT
By Lee Lane, FDT Chairman of the Board of Directors
Created on the long legacy of the rock solid FDT standard, we now release the features and capabilities that are needed for IIoT, remote monitoring, mobility, and IT/OT integration.
- by Fabrício Andrade, Endress+Hauser
Device libraries have been a common problem for many field communicators, and the complicated update procedure has been a nightmare for many users. Vendors sometimes struggle to understand what really happens in the field, and the chat groups on WhatsApp prove that the challenges still exist out there.
PRM centralizes management of large volumes of data from instrumentation and equipment.and fully supports communication standards such as HART, FOUNDATION fieldbus™ (FF-H1), PROFIBUS, PROFINET, ISA100 and FDT/DTM (Field Device Tool/Device Type Manager4) interface standards
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