Wireless solutions for industrial plant operations can feel risky.
The ISA100 Wireless standard resulted from a 2002 DOE study that estimated billions of dollars could be saved and billions of tons of energy waste could be avoided by deploying open, standards-based wireless applications at industrial sites in the USA.
The ISA100 Wireless standards effort was led by the International Society of Automation (ISA), an ANSI-accredited standards development organization (SDO). The standards committee was designated ISA100, establishing the identity for the new standard.
Benefits of ISA100 Wireless
ISA100 Wireless was built to perform in industrial environments, to increase operational efficiency, and to reduce security risks. Learn about the future-leading features driving ISA100 Wireless’ success.
Native IPv6 addressing in ISA100 Wireless makes the Industrial Internet of Things a reality today.
The ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute partners with and supports the leading industry consortia and technologies.
Built by the Industry, for the Industry
Professionals from across industry - suppliers, end users, and other stakeholders - collaborated in the ISA100 standards committee to craft a standard that meets and exceeds user requirements. Subject matter experts from over 250 companies helped define ISA100 Wireless.
Over 1 billion operating hours all over the world.
ISA100 Wireless applications include:
- Machine health monitoring
- Basic process control
- Monitoring of well heads
- Remote process monitoring
- Leak detection monitoring
- Diagnosis of field devices
- Condition monitoring of equipment
- Environmental monitoring
- Tank level monitoring
- Gas detection
- Fuel tank gauging
- Steam trap monitoring
- Open loop control
- Stranded data capture
- And more...