Research Triangle Park, NC -- The ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute (WCI) recently launched a new website to support ISA100 conformance programs, education, and technical support for suppliers and users of ISA100 Wireless Networking Technology. The new website address is www.isa100wci.org.
”Our goal is to make www.isa100wci.org the first place to visit for suppliers and end users interested in building and using ISA100 technology based products. Suppliers need support for integrating ISA100 technology into their product lines and having them certified as ISA100 Compliant. The site helps end users by providing a single destination for getting the most up-to-date facts on marketplace programs supporting the standard, product availability and use-cases,” commented Andre Ristaino, WCI managing director.
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The ISA-100.11a-2009 Wireless Systems for Industrial Automation Standard, overwhelmingly approved in September 2009, is the first in the ISA100 Family of Standards. Future releases are expected to include support for backhaul functionality, factory automation and other use-cases.
The WCI website will be updated on a weekly basis with new content relevant to the ISA100 Standard, conformance program support and, educational content about the technology. The site includes announcements about regional WCI events, webinars and industry events and provides a convenient registration portal for signups.
ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute members invite you to visit www.isa100wci.org.
About the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute
The ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute is a non-profit industry consortium providing users and developers with market awareness, technical support, and compliance for the ISA100 family of universal industrial wireless standards. The WCI provides real world feedback from deployment of ISA100 devices and systems to ISA Standards Committees in order to foster rapid refinement and development of open industry standards for wireless applications. Institute members include end users, technology suppliers, research and development professionals, academia, and other industry consortia and standards bodies. Early members include Apprion, BP, Chevron, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Fuji Electric, Honeywell, Nivis, Procter & Gamble, Shell, Shengyang Institute of Automation, and Yokogawa. More information about the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute can be found online at www.isa100wci.org.