At NI Week, currently going on in Austin, TX, Sensicast made a significant announcement: Sensicast Announces Wireless Sensor Network Integration with National Instruments LabVIEW Enables unprecedented capability for virtual instrumentation/graphical systems to leverage data through wireless sensors
Control Magazine has been working very hard with Joe Weiss on this conference and we're really pleased to share the agenda with you. It is a real powerhouse conference. You can still come and be a part of it. Register at http://www.realtimeacs.com Agenda for the ACS CyberSecurity Conference
In view of persistent rumors about the well-being of Accutech/Adaptive Instruments, this press release from Adaptive Instruments' VP Wallace Lueders seems pretty clear:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fundamental breakthrough creates battery-free wireless lighting control Four Harvesters Capture 'Unused Environmental Energy' ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SALT LAKE CITY, Utah -- The lighting market can be a demanding taskmaster. p It wanted battery-free, wireless lighting control, especially for large installations where battery management could be a real headache.
The August cover story for Control is posted at www.controlglobal.com/wirelessguide.html. We've done this a little differently this month. In the magazine, everywhere there is a web resource, we've indicated it with a little circle-i caret. So we made a single page to go to where you can find both the...
At the ISA Wireless Summit last week, notwithstanding all the other fine presentations, including an excellent one by Honeywell's Harsh Chitale, the cream was the speech given by John Berra, CEO of Emerson Process Management. You can read my contemporaneous notes on the blog from last week but I asked John if...
Earlier this year, Arch Rock (www.archrock.com) reported product development kits using the IETF 6LoWPAN wireless standard and the IEEE802.15.4 radio. This is, of course, the same radio that Zigbee, WirelessHART, and the ISA100.11a standards are using.
Some people attending the ISA Wireless Summit this week noted that I was capturing in this blog the essence of what was being said by everybody else at the meeting...but what they wanted to know was what Walt Boyes thought.
This is an out of the box presentation, Paul said.
Steve Toteta, new kid from Dust Networks, is talking about an economic perspective on wireless mesh networking. His agenda: Wireless Sensor Networking Economic Impact Case Studies Self organizing and self healing mesh technology brings many things to the industrial environment.