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IPC Standards Committee develops workshop communication standards

Time : 2020-04-21

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IPC Standards Committee develops workshop communication standards

Core Tip: "The committee is determined to develop this standard. This standard will have a clear definition of Industry 4.0 and its characteristics. Equipment suppliers have responded positively to the development of this standard. All parties to the committee agreed to replace the current IPC-2541 with the new standard." General Requirements for Equipment Communication (CAMX) in Electronic Manufacturing Workshop, so it is urgent for the industry to develop this standard.”

On March 16, at the IPC APEX exhibition, the IPC 2-13 Workshop Communication Standards Committee convened industry-renowned software developers, equipment suppliers, assembly equipment manufacturers and their customers to develop new standards that meet current and future industry needs. The gap found by the committee team. The new standard will develop a highly consistent data protocol for communication between machines. 

Jason Spera, Chairman of the Standards Committee and CEO of Aegis Software, said: "The committee is determined to develop this standard. This standard will have a clear definition of Industry 4.0 and its features. The committee will add personnel from customers and equipment vendors to enrich the standard committee leadership team. .
"Equipment suppliers have responded positively to the development of this standard. The committees agreed to replace the current IPC-2541" General Requirements for Equipment Manufacturing Equipment Communication (CAMX) "with new standards. Therefore, it is urgent for the industry to develop this standard. "IPC Standards Training Vice President David Bergman said:" At the two previous project demonstration meetings held, the Standards Committee realized that some important issues related to the success of the new standard development, such as intellectual property rights and licensing issues; It is owned by IPC and is not affected by any funded or participating companies. "