FOUNDATION fieldbus webcast rescheduled for Jan. 31

Baytown, Tex. - The Fieldbus Foundation (Austin, Tex.) will hold its rescheduled webcast here at Lee College on Jan. 31, 2002.

11/19/2001


Baytown, Tex. - The Fieldbus Foundation (Austin, Tex.) will hold its rescheduled webcast here at Lee College on Jan. 31, 2002. The web-based broadcast will be available beginning at 12 noon CST and at noon in subsequent time zones worldwide.

The webcast is entitled 'FOUNDATION fieldbus: an Open, Integrated Architecture for Information Integration,' and is designed to help automation users seeking plant optimization solutions.

The event will include:

  • Technology integration presentations from Fieldbus Foundation members, who will describe how leading automation suppliers are using FOUNDATION fieldbus in a new breed of control systems and instrumentation;

  • Industry experts describing and demonstrating the integrated H1+ and high-speed Ethernety (HSE) fieldbus architecture;

  • Answers to e-mailed questions about device and subsystem interoperability from fieldbus technology experts; and

  • Plant optimization via sensor-to-boardroom information integration.

For more information or to register for the FOUNDATION fieldbus webcast, visit www.controleng.com/webcast .





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