Newest FieldComm Group members: H&B Sensors, CMAM and Smart Network System Institute

Jan. 25, 2016
The three newest members of FieldComm Group join other leading process industry organizations in its worldwide membership.
H&B Sensors, Chengdu Michael Anderson Measuring Co., Ltd. (CMAM) and Smart Network System Institute are the newest additions to FieldComm Group. They join other leading process industry organizations in its worldwide membership.

Located in Bognor Regis, UK, H&B Sensors is a leading provider of temperature, level, pressure and flow measurement instrumentation for safe and hazardous area locations. It currently is developing a new line of temperature transmitters and indicators utilizing the HART Communication Protocol.

H&B Sensors serves a number of key markets, including:
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Chemical
  • Defense
  • Food & Beverage
  • Life Sciences
  • Marine
  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemical
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Power Generation
  • Water and Wastewater

Founded in 2008, Chengdu Michael Anderson Measuring Co., Ltd. is involved in the manufacture and sale of mass flow meters and valve parts. Its product line includes:

  • Coriolis meters
  • Density instruments
  • Immersion-type centrifugal pumps
  • LNG plus liquid guns
  • LNG solenoid air guns
  • Pull-off dispenser valves
  • CNG solenoid valves
  • Quantitative loading control systems

Chengdu Michael Anderson Measuring Co. products are distributed in a wide geographical region encompassing China, Singapore, Pakistan, Iran, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other countries.

Based in Taipei, Taiwan, the Smart Network System Institute/Institute for Information Industry (III) aims to develop services inspired by the needs of consumers. It creates innovative services and applications in various fields, ranging from wireless broadband, smart living, energy information and communication technology, to service-oriented mobile network devices and telematics. By offering these integrated technologies, the Smart Network System Institute would like to construct the infrastructure of networks and smart living for the next generation, creating ubiquitous smart living space for life.

III researchers in Taipei are now focused on industrial automation communication systems.

For more information, visit the H&B Sensors, CMAM and III websites.

For a complete list of member companies, visit the FieldComm Group website.