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Working Group 2
(Communications and interconnections)

 

MMS (Manufactoring Message Specification, ISO/IEC 9506) is not, like some hot technologies before it, a solution waiting for a problem. It is a solution to a very real existing problem - how to build a seamless standardized real-time communication system applicable in the industrial automation domain.

ATTENTION

The official publication of the MMS version 2000 has some syntax errors. Therefore NEMA has removed the syntax from their website. We expect a new MMS version in a few months.
More details can be found in the pdf document:

Information on
Industrial automation systems --
Manufacturing Message Specification
ISO 9506; first edition 2000-08-15


ATTENTION
Updated MMS Syntax for comments

A corrected MMS syntax has been posted for your comments by 20. September 2001.

Comments may be sent to the last WG 2 chairman (Karlheinz Schwarz).

Date: 2001-08-27

 

Countries involved in ISO TC184/SC5:

Participating Members:
Observer Members:
  • USA (ANSI)
  • Australia (SAI)
  • Austria (ON)
  • Belgium (IBN)
  • China (SAC)
  • France (AFNOR)
  • Germany (DIN)
  • Hungary (MSZT)
  • Italy (UNI)
  • Japan (JISC)
  • Korea, Republic of (KATS)
  • Netherlands (NEN)
  • New Zealand (SNZ)
  • Sweden (SIS)
  • United Kingdom (BSI)
  • Brazil (ABNT)
  • Bulgaria (BDS)
  • Canada (SCC)
  • Czech Republic (CSNI)
  • Denmark (DS)
  • Finland (SFS)
  • Iceland (IST)
  • Ireland (NSAI)
  • Mongolia (MNCSM)
  • Norway (NSF)
  • Poland (PKN)
  • Portugal (IPQ)
  • Romania (ASRO)
  • Russian Federation (GOST R)
  • Singapore (SPRING SG)
  • Spain (AENOR)
  • Switzerland (SNV)
  • Yugoslavia (SZS)

31.12.2002


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