The FDT/DTM technology standard is focused on industrial device management for manufacturers of all types.
FDT technology can be utilized in any industrial control automation environment, including factory automation and hybrid applications.
The Unified Environment for Control System Integration is a concept developed by the FDT Group that aims to provide a common framework and environment for integrating control systems, devices and software applications from different vendors.
Industrial Internet of Things connectivity dominates the industrial automation workplace, enabling modern ways to manage intelligent devices.
FDT Group named Paul Brooks from Rockwell Automation and Rolf Birkhofer from Endress+Hauser to the FDT Board of Directors.
FDT Group's UE-enabled systems and devices are designed to market supporting modern industrial device management.
Upgraded configuration environment features backwards compatibility and adds support for FDT3 web-based DTMs and FDI Device Packages.
With smarter, more complex devices, including everything from input/output (I/O) to flowmeters, simplicity is key to help users get the most out of their devices.
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) strategies offer endless productivity improvements through smart devices and systems that link machines through open platforms and enable them to think, learn and react in real-time.
While the converging worlds of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) have different interests and requirements, it does open the door to innovative Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions – like digital twins.