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IEEE 802.15
The 802.15 WPAN effort focuses on the development of consensus standards for Personal Area Networks or short distance wireless networks. The goal is to publish standards, recommended practices, or guides that have broad market applicability and deal effectively with the issues of coexistence and interoperability with other wired and wireless networking solutions.

IEEE P1451.5
This project will establish a standard for wireless communication methods and data format for transducers (sensors and actuators). The standard will define a Transducer Electronic Data Sheet (TEDS) based on the IEEE 1451 concept, and protocols to access TEDS and transducer data.

IEEE P1902.1
The project will develop a physical layer and data link layer protocol standard for long wavelength (< 450Khz), low speed (300-9600 Baud), low power, medium range (50’ to 100’) industrial visibility networks. It will fill a gap between non-network-based RF-ID standards (e.g., ISO/IEC CD 15961-3, ISO 18000-6C or 7) and existing high bandwidth network standards such as IEEE 802.11 a,b,g and IEEE 802.15.4.

ISA-SP100 establishes standards, recommended practices, technical reports, and related information that define procedures for implementing wireless systems in the automation and control environment with a focus on the field level.

Wireless HART
Wireless HART extends the Power of HART Communication (standard specified by the HART Communication Foundation) for seamless connection to the advanced diagnostics and intelligent capabilities of HART devices in a wireless environment.

The ZigBee Alliance is an association of companies working together to enable reliable, cost-effective, low-power, wirelessly networked, monitoring and control products based on an open global standard.

The Z-Wave Alliance is an open consortium of manufacturers who build products based on Z-Wave, a wireless RF-based communications technology designed for residential and light commercial control and status reading applications.

This IETF initiative aims at defining the basic packet formats and sub-IP adaptation layer for transmission of IPv6 packets over IEEE 802.15.4. This includes framing, adaptation, header compression and address generation.

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