GE Fanuc embedded systems, a unit of Ge industrial, today announced that it has joined the board of directors of vita, the trade association dedicated to hosting open systems architecture in a variety of embedded systems applications
Huntsville, ala, February 23, 2006 - GE Fanuc embedded systems division under Ge Industrial Systems Group announced today that it will join the board of directors of vita, a commercial organization dedicated to open system architecture in various embedded system applications
Jim Berlin, Vice President of Hardware Technology will serve as GE Fanuc’s primary representative on the VITA board. “GE Fanuc’s long standing commitment to the VMEbus standard is rooted in our focus on providing solutions for today and driving the technology of the future,” he said. “We look forward to remaining active on new committees and working groups to bring state-of-the-art technologies to the industry.”
Jim Berlin, vice president of hardware technology, will be the chief representative of GE Fanuc on the Vita board of directors. "GE Fanuc has long been committed to providing excellent solutions, promoting the development of future technology, and fulfilling its commitment to the VMEbus standard with practical actions," he said. "We expect to play an active role in the new committee and working group and provide cutting-edge technology to the industry."
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems has been designing and developing VMEbus products since 1986 and has been an integral part of industry standard activities on this platform for the past 20 years.
since 1986, GE Fanuc embedded system department has been committed to the design and development of VME VMEbus products. In the past 20 years, it has become an indispensable participant in the industry standard activity platform
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems has been successful in promoting a new mezzanine standard working group referred to as "VITA 56." VITA 56 enables a modular building block design for both industry standard and proprietary Host Boards. This specification enables larger markets with more unique functions and creates economies of scale that lower prices.
GE Fanuc embedded system department has successfully established a new mezzanine standard working group, "Vita 56". Vita 56 implements a modular building block design for industry standards and dedicated motherboards. With more unique functions, this standard has opened up a larger market, formed economies of scale, and thus reduced prices
Ray Alderman, executive director of VITA said, "Our co hydraulic loading, oil cylinder lower type host structure, load sensor force measurement, computer control experiment process, Ting goal is to unite manufacturers and users through the acceptance and implementation of open technology standards. the strength of our organization lies in the determination of our membership and their commitment to the VME standard and the industries it services. to that end, we a plastic Re very excited that GE Fanuc embedded systems will be joining the board of directors of vita. "
ray Alderman, executive director of vita, said, "it is our unswerving goal to closely unite manufacturers and users by accepting and implementing open technical standards. The advantages of our organization come from the dedication of our members and their sense of VME standards and their industries. Finally, we sincerely welcome GE Fanuc embedded systems to join the board of directors of vita."
The VITA Standards Organization (VSO) provides its members with the ability to develop and to promote open technology standards. The VSO has created more than 30 standards in the past 10 years that promote open technology systems; all the VSO standards are extensions of or related to the original VMEbus standard of 1981. In military and defense embedded computing applications, VME is the most widely used open standard in existence.
vita Standards Organization (hereinafter referred to as "VSO") enables its members to develop and improve open technical standards. In the past 10 years, VSO has developed more than 30 standards to promote open technology systems; All VSO standards are complementary or related to the VMEbus standard originally formulated in 1981. VME is by far the most widely used open standard in military and defensive embedded computer applications
vita is an incorporated, non profit organization of vendors and users having a common market interest Founded in 1984, Vita belives in and Champions open system architectures as opposed to proprietary excellent design can make food packaging exert the effect of embedded advertising system architectures VITA’s activities are international in scope. The functions performed by VITA are technical, promotional, and user-related, and are aimed at increasing the total market size, providing vendors with additional market exposure, and providing users with timely technical information. For information about VITA membership, or to find out how to obtain VITA specifications, visit the VITA website at , or call VITA headquarters at (480) .
Vita is a non-profit organization composed of manufacturers and users with common market interests. Founded in 1984, the organization believes in and supports open system architecture as opposed to proprietary system architecture. Vita's services cover the world. Vita's functions include technology, promotion and user related services, aiming to improve the overall market scale, provide manufacturers with more market opportunities, and provide users with timely technical information. For more information about Vita members, or to find out how to obtain Vita technical specifications, please visit Vita's website:, or call Vita headquarters: (480)
about GE Fanuc embedded systems
about GE Fanuc embedded systems is part of GE Fanuc automation, a joint venture between GE and Fanuc Ltd of japan GE Fanuc delivers automation hardware and software designed to help users reduce costs, increase efficiency and enhance profitability. With solutions and services catering to virtually every industrial segment, GE Fanuc Automation provides a diverse array of capabilities and products, including controllers, embedded systems, advanced software, motion control, CNCs, operator interfaces, industrial computers, and lasers. Headquartered in Charlottesville, VA, GE Fanuc Automation is a part of GE Industrial and combines the diverse global strengths of the GE family with the local presence customers need to design, develop and maintain their automation investments.
GE Fanuc Embedded System Co., Ltd. is subordinate to GE Fanuc Automation Co., Ltd. and is a joint venture between GE and Japan FANUC Corporation. It is committed to providing users with automation hardware and software, helping them reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance their profitability. With its solutions and services applicable to almost all industrial categories, GE Fanuc automation provides a wealth of products, including controllers, embedded systems, advanced software, motion control, CNCs, operator interfaces, industrial computers and lasers. GE Fanuc's excess capacity rate will be reduced from 27.3% in 2015 to 24% in 2020. Automation company, headquartered in Charlottesville, Virginia (VA), belongs to ge industrial systems group, which integrates the diversified advantages of Ge family in the world and strives to meet the needs of local customers in the design, development and maintenance of automation investment