The use of wireless transmission is part of everyone’s life. Every day, companies develop and update products with wireless capabilities. The benefits of mobility make the use of wireless equipment almost a necessity. The online life is now possible not only through computer desktops but also through cell phones, tablets, notebooks, and TVs, which makes […]
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Market developments form the foundation of the premier ISA Wireless Factory Automation Workshop, with a focus of “The Last Meter – Leveraging economies of scale of mass market technologies to meet factory automation wireless communication needs at the edge of the architecture.” The ISA Communications Division will host this workshop on 16-17 April at the […]
Peter Fuhr, a distinguished scientist with Oak Ridge National Laboratories comments on the ISA Communication Division’s participation in ISA Symposia. The 57th International Instrumentation Symposia was held in St. Louis, Missouri on 20-24 June 2011 at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel. Dr. Fuhr shares his comments on Wireless Standard 107.4 and technical presentations that covered […]
ISA Staff talks with Grant Patterson, ISA Test Measurement Division Director regarding his thoughts on the valuable technical content presented at the 57th International Instrumentation Symposium in St. Louis, MO this past June 2011. Listen to Mr. Patterson’s thoughts on the technical content presented by Keynote Speakers and Instrumentation Experts.
Did you know that the first spam in computer history was sent on May 3, 1978 by a Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) employee? Over 400 people received a promotional message sent via the company’s ARPANET network. Yes, email and spam and many of the other collaborative technologies used today are dated — pre-PC. In […]