ISA100.11a working group releases letter ballot on draft standard

Friday May 16, 2008
Written by Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Research Triangle Park, N.C. - The ISA100.11a working group within the ISA100 Committee has officially begun its first letter ballot on its draft standard, the first in the ISA100 universal family of wireless standards.
The ballot opened on Monday, May 5, and will close on Tuesday, June 3. ISA100.11a Working Group members may vote on the ballot, and may provide editorial or technical comments.
"This draft standard reflects a collaborative effort between end users and vendors on the ISA100.11a Working Group, and that's what makes this standard relevant," says Jim Reizner, section head, corporate engineering, Procter & Gamble, and co-chair of the ISA100 Users Working Group. "The end user community will benefit from the ISA100.11a standard once it's approved, and we're on our way to making that happen."
The ISA100.11a standard is designed to provide a wireless industrial process automation network to address control, alerting and monitoring applications plant-wide. The proposed standard focuses on battery powered field devices with the ability to scale to large installations.

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