June 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Opposing groups join to develop solution for device integration

The EDDL Cooperation Team (ECT) and the FDT Group have agreed to combine efforts and work toward a unified solution for device integration that is compatible with both technologies. This, they claim, ..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The EDDL Cooperation Team (ECT) and the FDT Group have agreed to combine efforts and work toward a unified solution for device integration that is compatible with both technologies. This, they claim, would satisfy one of the most frequent requests from users. The two groups aim to develop a common technology to benefit both users and manufacturers. As part of this agreement, the FDT Group will join the ECT as its newest member. Future developments will use a subset of the OPC Foundation's unified architecture technology within a client-server architecture. Both parties have agreed to incorporate the advantages of FDT and EDDL technologies. "After much discussion, we reached a commitment t

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