November 2012

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HP Control: What’s new with Foundation fieldbus—Part 1

FOUNDATION fieldbus continues to increase its installed base in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). The organization continues to develop the technology, making it easier to use, creating certi..

O'Brien, L., ARC Advisory Group

FOUNDATION fieldbus continues to increase its installed base in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). The organization continues to develop the technology, making it easier to use, creating certified training centers and increasing the foundation’s requirements for testing and registration of devices and host systems. FOUNDATION fieldbus is proof that a truly digital-open standard can survive and thrive in the marketplace. FOUNDATION fieldbus’ openness gives the ability to adapt to new technologies as they become available in the marketplace. Here is a brief update: Advancements in interoperability testing and registration One of the founding principles of the Fieldbus Fou

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