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Examples of "odva"
ODVA technologies include the Common Industrial Protocol or "CIP" - ODVA's media-independent, object-oriented protocol - along with ODVA's network adaptations of CIP - EtherNet/IP, DeviceNet, ControlNet and CompoNet. ODVA has more than 15 technical working groups, overseen by its Technical Review Board, which develop and enhance ODVA's implementation specifications for its technologies. These specifications define how a product shall be designed in accordance with the specifications. ODVA maintains a conformance testing practice to validate that products designed using ODVA technologies comply with the specifications and interoperate in multivendor systems. ODVA also provides other services to its members to promote adoption of ODVA technologies by industry.
ODVA, Inc. (formerly Open DeviceNet Vendors Association, Inc.) was founded in 1995 and is a global trade and standard development organization whose members are suppliers of devices for industrial automation application. To qualify for membership in ODVA, applicants must be an entity that makes and sells products using ODVA technologies.
In order to promote the use of DeviceNet worldwide, Rockwell Automation has adopted the "open" concept and decided to share the technology to third party vendors. Hence it is now managed by ODVA, an independent organization located in North America. ODVA maintains specifications of DeviceNet and oversees advances to DeviceNet. In addition, ODVA ensures compliance to DeviceNet standards by providing conformance testing and vendor conformity.
The Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) is an industrial protocol for industrial automation applications. It is supported by ODVA.
Development of EtherNet/IP began in the 1990s within a technical working group of ControlNet International, Ltd.(CI), another trade and standards development organization, In 2000, ODVA and CI formed a joint technology agreement (JTA) for the development of EtherNet/IP. In 2009, the JTA was terminated and EtherNet/IP became under the sole control of ODVA and its members. Today, EtherNet/IP is one of four networks that adapt CIP to an industrial network along with DeviceNet, ControlNet and CompoNet. All of these networks are managed by ODVA, Inc.
ODVA claims high integrity between the three technologies due to the common protocol adaptation, which makes industrial controls much simpler compared to other technologies.
The Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs (ODVA) is an agency of the government of the U.S. state of Oregon responsible for programs and benefits for citizens of the state who are veterans of the U.S. armed services, their dependents and survivors. The ODVA administers the Veterans’ Home Loan and Oregon Educational Aid programs. Since 1997, it has operated the Veterans' Home, a 151-bed long term care facility in The Dalles.
ODVA is a US 501(c)6 corporation incorporated in the state of Wisconsin. Its headquarters are in Ann Arbor, Michigan U.S.A. It also has conformance test service providers in North America, China, Germany and Japan.
ODVA is the organization that supports network technologies built on the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP). These also currently include application extensions to CIP: CIP Safety, CIP Motion and CIP Sync.
ODVA later decided to bring DeviceNet back to its predecessor's umbrella and collectively refer to the technology as the Common Industrial Protocol or CIP, which includes the following technologies:
The Oklahoma Department of Veteran Affairs (ODVA) is a department of the state of Oklahoma under the supervision of the Oklahoma Secretary of Veterans Affairs charged with providing medical and rehabilitative services for veterans and their families.
Later in 1981, Oregon Governor Vic Atiyeh appointed Austin director of the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs (ODVA), in which capacity he served through 1984. One of Austin's tasks at ODVA was to oversee a $5 billion home and farm loan program that had run into financial difficulty. Some of his budget-balancing efforts, such as raising interest rates on variable-rate loans, met with resistance and in some cases lawsuits. Supporters, including the governor and state treasurer, gave him credit for taking unpopular steps to improve the program's fiscal condition. An Associated Press article in 1984 described Austin's tenure at ODVA as "four turbulent years in one of the state government's most visible hotseats."
ControlNet is an open industrial network protocol for industrial automation applications, also known as a fieldbus. ControlNet was earlier supported by ControlNet International, but in 2008 support and management of ControlNet was transferred to ODVA, which now manages all protocols in the Common Industrial Protocol family.
EtherNet/IP is an industrial network protocol that adapts the Common Industrial Protocol to standard Ethernet. EtherNet/IP is one of the leading industrial protocols in the United States and is widely used in a range industries including factory, hybrid and process. The EtherNet/IP and CIP technologies are managed by ODVA, Inc., a global trade and standards development organization founded in 1995 with over 300 corporate members.
He spent his first postgraduate year in the northwest of the country, then spent time in Jean-Rabel and Bombardopolis, and eventually in the Artibonite Valley as Medical Director of ODVA (Development Agency of the Valley of Artibonite). He then returned to the Hospital of the State University of Haiti for his specialization in Obstetrics and Gynecology. There he became a Medical Assistant in record time.
"Functional safety" is a general term referring to the design of a system that reduces the risk that a hazardous event harmful to humans can occur with a system. The main definition is contained in the international standard IEC 61508. Most industrial networks contain some type of features to conform to functional safety requirements. Rather than define a unique specification for this functional safety, Sercos III Safety is based upon the CIP Safety safety protocol developed by the Open DeviceNet Vendors Association (ODVA). This provides interoperability at the safety level with all networks based upon the Common Industry Protocol (CIP), including DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP.
After retiring from ODVA, Austin worked as a volunteer serving on the Governor's Veterans' Advisory Committee and the board of directors for the Veterans Care Centers of Oregon. He lobbied the state legislature on behalf of Oregon veterans, and he assisted the Boy Scouts at the administrative level. In 2003, Austin was among the dignitaries who presided at the opening of the new "Major General Donald N. Anderson Readiness Center" in Salem. In 2005, Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski presented Austin with a special "Governor’s Commendation Award", recognizing over 60 years of public service.