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ISA100 Wireless™: Field Expandable Wireless IO - Webinar (October 11th & 18th, 30th 2018)


In this Webinar we will present how ISA100 Wireless™ standard allows users to benefit from industrial wireless communications to connect remote PLCs in the field to the DCS through Field Expandable Wireless IO (FEWIO) in a more cost effective manner than ever before. FEWIO can connect Modbus slaves through Modbus RTU or TCP and transmit the data from these slaves over the ISA100 Wireless network back to the control room. The webinar includes a FEWIO case study at an LNG Terminal.

Topics covered include:
  • Basics of industrial wireless explained
  • User benefits of ISA100 Wireless
  • Field Expandable Wireless IO a new application enabled by ISA100 Wireless technology to wirelessly connect remote PLCs to your control system. 
  • Q&A

Who Should Participate?
Operation Managers
Field Instrumentation Engineers
Maintenance Managers and Engineers
HSE Officers
Energy Managers
Industry analysts
Standards professionals
Systems integrators
 

Presenter
 
Diederik Mols,
Chairman of the Board
ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute
 
Diederik Mols is Chairman of the Governance Board at the ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute since October 2017. Prior to that he served two years as Vice-Chairman. Diederik also is an active team member of the WCI EMEA Marketing Team. Diederik got involved with Industrial Wireless back in 2009 in a business development role for the EMEA region. Currently Diederik is leading the Industrial Wireless business development efforts at Honeywell Process Solutions in a Global capacity.

Diederik started his career as an officer in the Dutch Navy and over the years he gained solid business skills with a number of multi-national organizations in various roles across Engineering, Sales, Marketing and General Management. Diederik holds Degrees from the Royal Dutch Naval Academy and the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.

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