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FDT Exhibits at Hannover Messe

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Apr 25-29, 2016
Visit us: Hall 9, Booth F54

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Device Integration Store – The Device Driver Cloud Portal
This cloud-service enables plant operators and device vendors to manage and share their DTMs in private and public repositories through the Device Integration Store web portal. Device vendors can store their DTMs in customized areas at the clients’ disposal for easy installation.
Rockwell Automation
Users Group Conference Fostered Interactions
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The recent Rockwell Automation Process Solutions User Group (PSUG) event provided a unique opportunity for designers, users and maintainers of process automation systems to interact with peers and industry experts to establish best practices, improve processes and learn about new technologies that will help accomplish daily goals. For recaps of the keynote presentations and other important sessions at PSUG and Automation Fair, we invite you to click here to read our show daily reports.
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FDT Group
FDT and OPC UA Unite to Bring Sensor to Cloud Enterprise Integration

Architectures such as IIoT, and Industrie 4.0 crave access to information which an FDT enabled system already provides. So how can we make this information more available across the enterprise securely? The FDT Group and the OPC Foundation have been collaborating to provide off-the-shelf interoperability between two prominent, open standards: FDT Technology and OPC UA (Unified Architecture). So, what does this mean to the industry?
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FDT Group
Diverse Global End Users Represent the “Face of FDT”
FDT’s face in process, factory and hybrid automation is as diverse as the scope of its applications.
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FDT Group
Expanding the Horizon of Device and Network Integration
Optimized integration standards add more capabilities for safe and secure Industrial Internet of Things.
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Schneider Electric
Universal Modbus DTM Standardizes Communications
Setup and testing is easier during Modbus device development.
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FDT Group
Advance Your PLC Configuration Method - Saving Time, Trimming Costs
Standards simplify fieldbus and device configuration, enabling manufacturer-independent solutions.
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FDT Group
New DTM Interface Simplifies PLC Programming
ProcessImage fieldbus master
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Apr 25-29
Hannover, Germany

Hall 9, Booth F54
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