- May 23, 2017
- Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
The ISA100 Wireless™ Compliance Institute (WCI) announced today that it recently conducted a successful interoperability event that featured more than 20 devices from 13 different suppliers.
The April 2017 event was a part of a regular schedule of interoperability events. These events-important components of WCI's technical program-provide ISA100 WCI member organizations an opportunity to validate the ISA100 Wireless brand promise of assured interoperability.
The interoperability event program, part of WCI's quality assurance processes, ensures functional tests conducted within ISA100 Wireless certification testing provide proper coverage for the ISA100 Wireless Implementation Specification, and delivers real-world evidence that certified devices from any supplier will interoperate in any system supplier's network.
"These events provide ongoing validation of the ISA100 Wireless certifications, identify areas for new test coverage as new categories of devices are added to the ISA100 Wireless portfolio, and provide input for improving the usability of the ISA100 Wireless certification test platform," says Jay Werb, WCI Technical Director.
"Participants who attended the event at our RTP, North Carolina headquarters in April were extremely enthusiastic. In addition to performing a critical QA role for our technical program, the event served to build bonds among members of the ISA100 Wireless technical community," notes Andre Ristaino, WCI Managing Director. "We hosted participants from the UK, Norway, Romania, Taiwan, Japan, the US and other countries. One of the week's highlights was the evening social, hosted at a converted 1800's-era cotton mill overlooking the scenic Haw River in Saxapahaw, North Carolina."
Obtain more information about the interoperability event and view event photos on this WCI web page.
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