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World Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, Executive SummaryIntroduction: Ethernet and the Industrial Fieldbus Network MarketEthernet: The De-facto Standard for LANsTotal Market Value Forecast: Surprise Growth to Nearly $2 Billion by 2003Market Growth OpportunitiesDiscrete & Process Manufacturing: Varying Rates of GrowthEthernet Strategy: Mandatory or Mundane?New Market DirectionsNew Market DirectionsOlder Legacy Networks Now Represent a Total Available MarketFieldbus/Ethernet Rankings and Compatibility: Few Busses Show Future PotentialFieldbus/Ethernet Rankings and Compatibility: Few Busses Show Future PotentialMarket Pace Varies: Process Manufacturing Shows Greater Adoption of Ethernet ConclusionConclusionWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, ChallengesKey to Understanding Market Challenges and Growth OpportunitiesKey to Understanding Market Challenges and Growth OpportunitiesProcess Versus Discrete in Ethernet AdvocacyLevel of Industrial Ethernet Penetration by End UserLevel of Industrial Ethernet Penetration by End UserEthernet: Challenging Application Strategies in the Industrial SectorEthernet: Challenging Application Strategies in the Industrial SectorThe First Giant Step: Schneider's Implementation of EthernetA Flawed Trans-Enterprise Network Vision?The Growth of Ethernet As a Competitive ChallengerDemands of a Typical Industrial Fieldbus System Broader Strategic Challenges: The Pro-Ethernet and Anti-Ethernet DebateThe Pro-Ethernet ArgumentThe Anti-Ethernet ArgumentNew Products Capitalize on ConfusionGreat Opportunities and Considerable Risks: The Trend Toward Ethernet and “Open” NetworksKey Strategic Questions The Struggle to Stay CompetitiveChallenging the “Information Island” Model Drivers and RestraintsDrivers and RestraintsStrengths in the Industrial Fieldbus Network MarketWeaknesses in the Industrial Fieldbus Network MarketTen Major Competitive Forces Impacting the Industrial EthernetThe Collision of Diverse Network OptionsNew Technology RequirementsHeightened Activity in the Ethernet/Internet WorldReplacement of Legacy Fieldbus SystemsPolarization of Network Interfaces by 2006Diverse Fieldbus StandardsIndustrial Ethernet Has No Agreed upon FormatEthernet Is a Collision-Based NetworkWG6 of IEC to Resolve Long-Standing Fieldbus IssuesNew Industrial Ethernet Organization IEA Faces ChallengesNew Industrial Ethernet Organization IEA Faces ChallengesConclusion: Ethernet, a Commodity Beyond 2006Conclusion: Ethernet, a Commodity Beyond 2006World Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, The Competitive Environment Among Industrial Fieldbus TechnologiesIndustrial Communications Fieldbus Networks: The Total Market Value Extended Forecast$1.5 Billion World Value in the Year 2000Industrial Fieldbus Nodes World Installed Base: Over 57 Million NodesIndustrial Fieldbus Nodes World Installed Base: Over 57 Million NodesUse Based on Sound Technical RationaleNode CalculationRanking of Fieldbus Networks: Losers and Emerging Winners Ranking of Fieldbus Networks: Losers and Emerging Winners Losers in the Fieldbus WarsThe Ten Prominent FieldbusesFieldbus/Ethernet Rankings and Compatibility: Few Busses Show Future Applicability Survival of the FittestGrowth in the Fieldbus Network MarketProcess Versus Discrete ManufacturingModerate Ethernet Growth in Discrete ManufacturingHigh Ethernet Growth in Process Manufacturing Ethernet-Related Technology Growth The IT Wave Is ComingThe Advance of Ethernet TCP/IPThe Success of Standards OrganizationsThe Real Issues: Infighting, Definitions and InteroperabilityInfighting Among Industrial Fieldbus Competitors Opens the Way for EthernetBeginnings of the Network WarsImplementing the Media Access LayerCompetitorsEthernet: “Good Enough” and EverywhereLeading Bus Advocate Organizations and Supporting Companies Drive CompetitionSponsoring Companies/Organizations Help Promote Network InterfacesIndependent, Nonprofit Organizations in Factory and Process Automation Impact Ethernet ProliferationIndependent, Nonprofit Organizations in Factory and Process Automation Impact Ethernet ProliferationMIMOSA and OPC FoundationCompetitive Technical and Application Aspects of Ethernet FunctionalityAreas of Systems and Applications World Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, DeviceNet/ControlNet, Data Highway Plus and AB Remote I/OAllen-Bradley Open Communication Networks Allen-Bradley Open Communication Networks DeviceNet: The Do-It-All Fieldbus Choice for Mid-Level Factory Network ApplicationsDeviceNetAdvantagesDisadvantagesTypical ApplicationsDeviceNet and CAN TechnologyDeviceNet: A Software Layer on Top of CANSupporting OrganizationControlNet in the Manufacturing EnvironmentControlNet: The Allen-Bradley High Level, Mission Critical FieldbusAdvantagesDisadvantagesTypical ApplicationsControlNet: 100 Percent DeterminismAllen-Bradley ControlNet NetworkNew ControlNet ChipThe ControlNet Network and Foundation FieldbusSponsoring OrganizationData Highway Plus in the Manufacturing EnvironmentData Highway Plus in the Manufacturing EnvironmentRockwell SoftwareAB Remote I/O in the Manufacturing EnvironmentAB Remote I/O in the Manufacturing EnvironmentSupporting OrganizationWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, The Ethernet in the Manufacturing EnvironmentWhat Is the Industrial Ethernet?What Is the Industrial Ethernet?Ethernet: Driving Costs DownEmpowering the Ethernet: The Principle of EncapsulationAdvantagesDisadvantagesDramatic Differences in Commercial and Industrial EthernetWhat the Ethernet User Must KnowSupporting OrganizationsWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, INTERBUS in the Manufacturing EnvironmentInterbus: High-Speed Fieldbus with Maximum DiagnosticsInterbus: High-Speed Fieldbus with Maximum DiagnosticsInterbus: High Throughput ProtocolAdvantagesDisadvantagesTypical ApplicationsInterbus: Self-Configuration Provides Early PopularityAdditional Interbus Advantages The AnyBus-S Interbus ModuleSupporting Organization: The Interbus ClubWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, Modbus and Modbus/TCP in the Manufacturing EnvironmentModbus, Modicon and Schneider AutomationModbus, Modicon and Schneider AutomationAdvantagesDisadvantagesApplications: Modbus Network in ActionModbus on Ethernet Is Getting CommonThe Schneider SolutionThe Modbus Family: Modbus Plus, Modbus/TCPThe Modbus Family: Modbus Plus, Modbus/TCPModbus/TCPQuantum Ethernet ModulesModbus ArchitectureWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, Profibus FMS, DP, DP+, PA and AS-Interface in the Manufacturing EnvironmentProfibus: The World's Most Popular FieldbusProfibus: The World's Most Popular FieldbusTypical ApplicationsAdvantagesDisadvantagesProfibus Developed by Applicom: High-Speed, Time-Critical Data TransmissionProfibus Developed by Applicom: High-Speed, Time-Critical Data TransmissionProfibus Master and Slave ConfigurationIntrinsically SafeProfibus High SpeedProfibus Supporting OrganizationSupporting OrganizationAS-Interface (AS-I) in the Factory EnvironmentAS-Interface (AS-I) in the Factory EnvironmentAS-I (Actuator Sensor Interface) the Simplest (and Least Expensive?) FieldbusThe Low Cost LeaderAdvantagesDisadvantagesTypical ApplicationsAS-I: Simplicity in NetworkingAS-I: Simplicity in NetworkingSuitable for Lower Level Plant AutomationThe AS-I Unique Yellow CableRFI Immunity: Power and Data on Same CableThe Simplest Fieldbus to UseAS-Interface Accepted as the European StandardAS-Interface Accepted as the European StandardSupporting Organization: AS-International AssociationWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, CANopen and SDS in the Manufacturing EnvironmentCANopen: The European CAN BusCANopen: The European CAN BusAdvantagesDisadvantagesTypical ApplicationsCAN’s CapabilitiesSupporting OrganizationSDS: The “Smart Sensor” FieldbusSDS: The “Smart Sensor” FieldbusA Different Twist on CAN TechnologyTypical ApplicationsAdvantagesDisadvantagesSDS Technology: Dell Computer and Gateway Computer ImplementationWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, GE Fanuc Genius Bus in the Manufacturing EnvironmentGenius Distributed I/OThe Genius I/O SystemAdvantagesDisadvantagesApplicationsMajor I/O TechnologyImportant GE Fanuc Distributed Control ProductsVersaMax I/O and ControlGE Fanuc's Field Control: Open Architecture Solution to Decentralized I/O and ControlWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, Fieldbus Foundation and World FIP in the Manufacturing EnvironmentA Single, Internationally Acceptable Ethernet ProtocolWorldFIP North America and the Interoperable Systems Project (ISP)Important Differences from Other Fieldbus InitiativesAdvantagesDisadvantagesApplications: True “Plug & Play”The Next Round of High-Speed Technology Will Be Ethernet-BasedThe Next Round of High-Speed Technology Will Be Ethernet-BasedSupporting Organization: FF Advisory CouncilWorldFIP in the Manufacturing EnvironmentCombining the Worlds of Closed Loop Control and ITWorld FIP and Foundation Fieldbus: Real Products Is the DifferenceAdvantagesDisadvantagesApplicationsWorld FIP ProtocolSupporting OrganizationWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, Established Fieldbuses in the Manufacturing Environment: ARCNET, P-NET Seriplex, SDSIntroductionIntroductionARCNETArcnet: For Embedded and Real-Time ApplicationsApplicationsArcnet Sponsoring BodyP-NET: A European Fieldbus StandardP-NET: A European Fieldbus StandardThe History of P-NETAdvantagesDisadvantagesApplicationsP-NET: Simplification of Installation and MaintenanceP-NET User OrganizationSeriplex in the Manufacturing EnvironmentSeriplex Bus ProfileSeriplex Supporting OrganizationSmart Distributed Systems (SDS)SDS: Developed by HoneywellSDS Features and ApplicationsSDS with Strong Support from HoneywellWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, Evolving Fieldbuses in the Manufacturing Environment: Swiftnet, SIXNET, LonWorksSwiftnet: The Modern, High Performance FieldbusSwiftnet: The Modern, High Performance FieldbusAdvantagesDisadvantagesApplicationsSwiftNet and Enterprise Networks SwiftNet Architecture: 5X Faster Than Any Other FieldbusSIXNET Etherent I/OSIXNET: True Plug & PlaySIXNET: Industrially HardenedLonWorks in the Manufacturing EnvironmentLonWorks: Client-Server Architecture Meets Component-Based SoftwareLonWorks and Echelon CorporationThe LonWorks Super ChipThe LonWorks LNS Networking Operating SystemWorld Ethernet and Industrial Fieldbus Network Markets, Ethernet-Relevant Companies and Their ProductsIntroductionIntroductionSynergetic Micro Systems, Inc.Synergetic: Systems for Profibus, DeviceNet, Ethernet, SDS, Interbus, Modbus+, CANopen, and ASICenterpiece of Synergetic Product LineSynergetic ApplicationsLantronixLantronixOEM-Embedded Solutions: Lantronix Combines Thin Server and Jini TechnologyFisher-RosemountFisher-RosemountFisher Rosemount PROVOX: Control SolutionsNETsilicon, Inc.An Internet/Ethernet-Enabled World by 2005NETsilicon: The Total Solution from Hardware to the InternetNETsilicon Supporting OrganizationAllen-Bradley's ControlNet NetworkControlNet Network: High-Speed Peer-to-Peer and I/OIntegration of Foundation Fieldbus and DeviceNet DevicesHMS America, Inc., with AnyBusThe HMS Group The AnyBus ModuleOPTO 22OPTO 22Applications: Opto 22 Critical Process ControlFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Industrial Automation Industry AwardsFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Industrial Automation Industry AwardsPurpose of the Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsThe 1999 Market Engineering Awards




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