A fieldbus seminar in Guangzhou, China, attracted almost 200 process industry personnel, indicating the technology is growing more popular.
Hosted by the Fieldbus Foundation China Marketing Committee (FFCMC) and organised by the Chinese Foundation Fieldbus Committee (CFFC), the event hosted Chinese end-users who described their experiences with Foundation plant automation infrastructure.
The seminar was hosted by CFFC’s chairman, Harold Lin, with National Instruments technical director, Sam DeKey, also speaking.
Delegates from the Engineering Research Institute of China Petroleum & Petrochemical Industry and Honeywell also presented.
Examples of fieldbus in large-scale control system applications for fertiliser plants, and digital device maintenance in glass plants, was covered.
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