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Video: Connect Each Part of Your Water and Wastewater Application

16 Jul, 2021 / Videos

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Connectivity for Each Part of Your Wellpad Application

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Must-Watch: In-Chassis vs. Gateways Cagematch

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Connecting Legacy Equipment to Newer Protocols

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Wireless in Food and Beverage Applications

By Brian Allport – Global Business Development Manager Filed in Technology focus, Food and Beverage Wireless

The use of standardized control systems (for food and beverage manufacturers) and machines (OEMs) requires a similar connectivity that’s not tied to a specific industrial protocol and can be easily scaled. OT technologies in particular require a robust connection – in many cases, industrial 802.11 wireless radios are used.

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Watch the Tutorial: Wireless Considerations for Automated Logistics Applications

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Videos, Automated Material Handling Wireless Logistics

Wireless solutions can help connect automated logistics applications, ensuring reliable movement of fulfillment facilities’ equipment. Watch this tutorial to learn more.

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Wireless in the Water and Wastewater Industry

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Wastewater Water Wireless

Connectivity in widespread water and wastewater applications can present challenges that are unique to the industry. Wireless and protocol solutions can help.

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Connecting Disparate Systems in Oil and Gas Applications

By Vishal Prakash – Strategic Product Manager Filed in Work Smarter, Oil and Gas Remote Connectivity

Oil and Gas automation systems are complex and contain technologies from different vendors and platforms. To operate efficiently, it is critical that these disparate systems exchange data. It is also important to get this data to a central location for analysis with the intent to improve productivity and efficiency.

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Wireless and Factory Automation Applications

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Automated Material Handling Remote Connectivity Wireless

In Part 2 of this series, we examine how wireless solutions keep logistics equipment connected to the rest of the facility in factory automation applications.

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Newest Direct Drop-In Replacements Arrive for Legacy Modules

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Product focus, Gateways Legacy

Our latest solutions are replacing legacy IEC 60870-5-104 gateways. Like with other replacement modules, we’ve given the newer versions additional functionality to best support your long-term application.

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