Editorial: FDT 3.0 Testing and Certification Opens for Next Generation DTMs Certified DTMs establish interoperability criteria for IIoT and I4.0 applications
FDT Tech Focus: FDT 3.0 Platform for Innovation Helps Developers Deliver Apps for Diverse Automation Use Cases New mobility Apps will benefit both device suppliers and end users by transforming industrial optimization and maintenance strategies
From HART Device to Smart Device – Endress+Hauser
TeSys island – Full Tool Integration into EcoStruxure Control Expert Supporting M580 Controller – Schneider Electric
“Quick Monitoring by DTM” for Machine Condition Monitoring Applications – Yokogawa Electric
Improve Operations with Access to Plant-floor Data Using DTM Enhanced HART I/O Modules – Rockwell Automation
FDT Group’s Managing Director, Steve Biegacki explains why the FDT standard is important for the industrial automation future….The FDT Unified Environment (FDT UE) is accelerating the evolutionary journey into Smart Manufacturing with its newly released data-centric, server-based architecture empowering IT/OT data harmonization and web services mobilizing the industrial workforce. The FDT UE Server is a completely platform-independent, single-server, cloud-based solution offering the freedom to use innovation to support new and existing manufacturing infrastructure through a smart, connected ecosystem of integrated machines and devices for the process, hybrid, and discrete industries.