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Wireless August 1, 2004

Mesh sensor networking demand increases

Demand for wireless sensor networking in manufacturing is increasing largely because of users anticipating increased reliability and scalability of mesh networking, according to a recent study by ON World Inc. With thousands of nodes per network likely to be commonplace within five years, the research firm projects that 168 million nodes could be deployed in 2010, which it...

By Staff
Wireless July 20, 2004

Mesh sensor networking demand increasing

San Diego, CA—Demand for wireless sensor networking in manufacturing is increasing largely because of users anticipating increased reliability and scalability of mesh networking, according to a recent study by ON World Inc.

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless July 13, 2004

Agilent, Sun form Java open-source development community

Palo Alto, Santa Clara, CA—Agilent Technologies Inc. and Sun Microsystems Inc. recently formed the Java Distributed Data Acquisition and Control (JDDAC) open-source community for developing Java applications and libraries for wide-area distributed sensors and controls.

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless July 1, 2004

Ethernet users adopting XML, Profinet, FOUNDATION fieldbus

Users of industrial Ethernet are increasingly seeking to use the XML (eXtensible Markup Language) protocol in both wiredand wireless applications, according to recent research by Venture Development (VDC) Corp.

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless June 22, 2004

Millennial Net releases sensor network management software

Detroit, MI; Cambridge, MA—To provide superior development and integration capabilities for ease of deployment, Millennial Net Inc. has introduced its Sensor Network Management (SNM) software and application programming interface (API)

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless June 8, 2004

Sensors Expo 2004: Helicomm shows ZigBee-based wireless imaging platform

Carlsbad, CA—Helicomm is demonstrating a prototype of an integrated platform, Wireless Image SensorNet, at Sensors Expo 2004, June 7-10, at Cobo Center in Detroit.

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless June 8, 2004

Sensors Expo 2004: Sensimesh aids deployment of Crossbow’s wireless sensor networks

Detroit, MI—To help users and OEMs build and test sensor networks using Crossbow Technology’s hardware, Sensicast Systems has introduced its Sensimesh development system for Crossbow’s wireless sensor nodes.

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless May 18, 2004

ZigBee Alliance announces 27 new member companies

San Ramon, CA—The ZigBee Alliance reports that 27 new member companies recently joined its organization, bringing its total membership to more than 70 companies.

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless March 2, 2004

NMW 2004: Cisco’s Intelligent Networked Manufacturing strategy

Chicago, IL—Cisco Systems Inc. announced at National Manufacturing Week 2004 that its Cisco Intelligent Networked Manufacturing strategy emphasizes greater visibility and flexibility across an entire manufacturing operation. satisfaction.

By Control Engineering Staff
Wireless January 27, 2004

Millennial Net launches 2.4-GHz wireless sensor networking devices

Cambridge, MA—To bring new functionality and flexibility to the wireless sensor networking market, Millennial Net Inc. has released its 2.4-GHz i-Bean endpoints, routers and gateways.

By Control Engineering Staff