How to get the best out of PROFIBUS, PROFINET and IO-Link – Oct 24, Coventry

Taking place at the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry, this free-to-attend seminar entitled Understanding & Applying PROFIBUS, PROFINET and … More

FieldComm Group, ODVA and PI Provide Joint Update on an Advanced Physical Layer for Industrial Ethernet

Organizations are cooperating to promote developments for Industrial Ethernet to expand use of EtherNet/IP™, HART-IP™ and PROFINET™ into hazardous locations … More

Adoption of PA Profile V4.0 enables PROFINET to be used in Process Automation

With the adoption of the final version of the communication-independent PA profile V4.0, PI (PROFIBUS & PROFINET International) has taken … More

Presentations from PROFIBUS, PROFINET and IO-Link June 2018 seminar

Here is the final agenda and link to the presentations given at our recent seminar in Manchester. Hosted by Endress … More

PROFINET exhibits first integration of TSN

As with all new technologies, the application and its associated requirements are always of primary importance for PROFIBUS & PROFINET … More

Understanding and Applying PROFIBUS, PROFINET and IO-Link – Oct 24, Coventry

Taking place at the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry, this free-to-attend seminar will address the key practical issues arising … More

IO-Link integrated in OPC UA

On the basis of existing use cases,  in 2017 the IO-Link Community developed a method for implementing an integration of IO-Link into … More

Presentation details – PROFIBUS, PROFINET and IO-Link seminar

Here – in full detail – is the agenda of our free-to-attend seminar – June 20th, Manchester. The good news, … More

So much more to see at PROFIBUS, PROFINET and IO-Link seminar …

Don’t delay, Book Today! Table-top exhibition to accompany PI UK seminar. Taking place in Manchester on June 20, this free-to-attend seminar will … More

PROFIsafe for OPC UA – new Working Group

More networking, more safety, more freedom – these somewhat contradictory requirements do not end at the most sensitive part of … More