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The ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute partners with outside organizations in order to support its mission to better the industrial automation community.

FieldComm Group (FCG)
FieldComm Group is the combined industry group comprised of two organizations previously known as Fieldbus Foundation and Hart Communication Foundation.  WCI collaborates with FCG in technical development of products and specifications for field device management and interfaces to host systems as well as market outreach at industry events.  Starting in 2016, WCI collaborated with FCG to develop extensions to the Field Device Integration (FDI) platform to support ISA100 Wireless devices, broadening support for a common platform for field device descriptions and field device management.

FDT Group

The FDT group standardizes the communication and configuration interface between all field devices and host systems.  FDT created an annex for the ISA100 Wireless standard.

International Society of Automation (ISA)
Founded over 50 years ago, ISA is a leading, global, nonprofit organization that develops standards, certifies industry professionals, provides education and training, publishes books and technical articles, and hosts conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals. Leveraging its experienced staffing, financial, and administrative infrastructure, ISA provides professional management services to WCI.

ISA100 Wireless Systems for Automation Standards Committee
The Committee is comprised of over 400 automation professionals and 250 companies from around the world and built the ISA100 Wireless standard using its open standards process

Wireless Industrial Networking Alliance (WINA)
WINA is an organization of industry leaders who work together to educate end users about wireless technology, applicable standards, and the benefits of using industrial wireless solutions.

Automation Federation
The Automation Federation provides awareness, programs, and services that continually advance the automation profession.

ISA Security Compliance Institute (ISCI)
ISCI’s mission is to cultivate, strengthen, and assure cyber security in industrial automation control systems and critical infrastructure.  ISCI realizes its goals by managing industry standards compliance programs and operating complimentary technical support and education services.  And through committees and communities of practice, ISCI improves suppliers’ development processes and users’ life cycle management practices.