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O-PAS open for business

March 21, 2024
Plug-and-play products that comply with the Open Process Automation Standard (O-PAS) are turbocharging testbeds and coming to supplier shelves

What’s the goal of an interoperable process control standard? Plug-and-play products, of course—and they’re almost here.

Day 1: ASRock, Schneider Electric and Phoenix Contact are on brink of launching O-PAS products. Read more.

Day 2: Study shows O-PAS computing power and speed saves 52% on initial costs and 47-70% over 25 years. Read more.

Day 3: Open Process Automation Forum (OPAF) stays busy, keeps up pressure for interoperability. Read more.

Day 4: Pioneering testbeds and field tests on the cusp of commercial application. Read more.

About the Author

Jim Montague | Executive Editor

Jim Montague is executive editor of Control.