Manufacturing Automation Protocol

A communications protocol developed in 1982 by General Motors to provide a set of common standards for the interconnection of computers and programmable manufacturing tools. An accomanying protocol, called Technical and Office Protocol, was developed by Boeing Computer Services to standardize the front-office networking of manufacturing systems.

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