Infrastructure for Industry 4.0

Control Data Systems

CDS Wireless, namely Control Data Systems, is a company specialized in Industrial Wireless Products and Services. To find out more about the Radio Modems and Gateways, visit our Products page.

Founded in 1994, Control Data Systems SRL (CDS) is a privately owned technology company located in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. CDS is a developer of wireless products and technologies for industrial applications in areas such as aerospace, oil & gas and environmental monitoring. The company focuses on developing specialized, standards based components, such as 802.15.4 and IPv6 enabled radio modems and wireless routers that bring industrial Wireless Sensor Networks into the Internet of Things.

ISA100 Wireless™ Compliance Institute hosts successful interoperability event

The ISA100 Wireless™ Compliance Institute (WCI) announced today that it recently conducted a ... Read more

Hannover Messe 2017, 24-28 April

CDS are pleased to announce their participation at Hannover Messe 2017, between 24 and 28 April. The... Read more

Space Industry – Cooperation between Hungary and Romania

Overall, the participants exchanged good practices regarding the Space Industry and learned how they... Read more

VersaRouter 950 (VR 950)

The CDS VersaRouter 950 is an Industrial Wireless Gateway designed for mission critical, industrial applications in the oil & gas, mining1 and manufacturing sectors where safety, security and reliability are a must. The VR950 is an all-in-one, dual-standard infrastructure device architected to manage ISA100 and Wireless Hart networks simultaneously. It contains all the necessary components for network management and comes with advanced features such as redundancy and network collocation.

Development Board VS210

The VS210 is designed to be suitable for use by anyone from beginners to advanced users experimenting with ISA100 or WirelessHART application. It provides 23 I/O pins that support a number of peripheral functions, such as UART, SPI, I2CTM ports, as well as pulse-width modulated outputs, external interrupt and analog inputs.