Successful ETG Member Meetings in Asia
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Successful ETG Member Meetings in Asia

EtherCAT Technology Group

Successful ETG Member Meetings in Asia
In July 2022, a tradition was revived and after a two-year break the 11th ETG Member Meeting Korea, and 16th Member Meeting Japan could be again held as face-to-face events. These meetings were very well received by members: The events were similarly well attended to the pre-pandemic time.

Members were informed about the work and results of the technical working groups, the development of EtherCAT Technology Group, and global trends in industrial communications.

In his presentation, Martin Rostan, Executive Director of ETG, emphasized the importance of continuity in the technological development of EtherCAT: The careful downward-compatible development of the technology leads to investment security and is an important contribution to the global success of the technology. EtherCAT is increasingly benefiting from the technology disruptions that others are causing with new versions.

Local ETG members presented exceptional EtherCAT applications, demonstrating the wide range of possibilities offered by EtherCAT.

The fast-growing ETG membership figures – not only in Asia – underline the further adoption of EtherCAT as one of the leading Industrial Ethernet communication systems. Now, ETG counts 2758 Asian members, which makes 41% of all ETG members worldwide.

About EtherCAT Technology Group (ETG):
The EtherCAT Technology Group is an organization in which key user companies from various industries and leading automation suppliers join forces to support, promote and advance the EtherCAT technology. With over 6.700 members from 69 countries the EtherCAT Technology Group is the largest fieldbus organization in the world. Founded in November 2003, it is also the fastest growing fieldbus organization.

About EtherCAT®:
EtherCAT is the Industrial Ethernet technology which stands for high-performance, low-cost, easy to use with a flexible topology. It was introduced in 2003 and has been an international IEC standard and a SEMI standard since 2007. EtherCAT is an open technology: anyone can implement or use it.

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