Migration path for users and vendors supporting modern intelligent device management and monitoring initiatives
Paul Brooks and Rolf Birkhofer assume key posts after unanimous member vote at the General Assembly
Steve Biegacki, FDT Managing Director and Holger Sack, Chairman of PACTware talk about new features defined with the new 6.1 version running FDT3, enabling a modern and universal point-to-point configuration environment.
Capitalizing on existing data-centric technologies enables better predictive maintenance practices and uncovers manufacturing efficiencies – delivering immediate value and long-term savings.
Upgraded configuration environment features backwards compatibility and adds support for FDT3 web-based DTMs and FDI Device Packages
Deeper communications and collaborations define one standard for device management
Align your IIoT migration path – traditional FDT use cases natively support IIoT applications improving reliability with real-time production visibility
Open, interoperability standard is simplifying the IIoT migration path for vendors and end users
What Do Users Need? Simplification Based on Standards