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Apprion Announces Integrated Support for ISA100 and WirelessHART Wireless Sensor Networks

11/17/09 - Apprion announced a new version of their IONizer industrial wireless networking appliance that seamlessly integrates wireless sensor network gateways based on either ISA100.11a or WirelessHART standards with 802.11 (WiFi) radios to support other industrial wireless applications such as mobility, location, video, and communications and to enable efficient backhaul of sensor data wirelessly.

With the addition of these two emerging standards for wireless instrumentation and monitoring, Apprion continues to enhance and extend its open, standards-based wireless applications networks that enable industrial facilities to deploy scalable, cost-effective, secure and reliable wireless applications.

"Without standards like ISA100 and WirelessHART, creating scalable applications based on wireless sensor networks would create islands of automation that would never deliver their full potential value," said Doug Donzelli, Apprion's President and CEO. "The only way wireless applications get traction in the industrial world is through the adoption of appropriate standards and the integration of those standards through platforms like our ION System that allow these wireless sensor networks to deliver data to the full range of operational, safety, and security applications."

Open standards-based wireless networks are secure, reliable, rugged and scalable. A truly open wireless infrastructure will allow plants to choose precisely the right wireless devices and applications for "plug and play" interoperability. Plants that select an open, integrated wireless infrastructure benefit from being able to use many "best of breed" applications. This comprehensive and open wireless network delivers increased ROI and lower total investment costs, which can be sustained for many years.

IONizers supporting ISA 100 and WirelessHART wireless sensor networks are integrated with the Apprion IONosphere as part of Apprion's ION System. This integration allows transmission of real-time sensor data from devices instrumented with ISA100 or WirelessHART sensors to the ION Condition Monitoring application. Combine the ION Condition Monitoring application with other ION applications such as ION Video and/or ION Asset Tracking to create operational dashboards customized to each individual's role in the plant. Integrate ION Applications with other applications to provide manufacturing facilities with a single, customizable interface that uniquely meets the application requirements for safety, security, engineering, logistics, and maintenance personnel.

By Robert Hoskins

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