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Water and wastewater utility switches to cellular and always-on network for new sites

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Application stories, Remote Connectivity Wastewater Water Cellular Wireless

A New England municipal utility had a range of water and wastewater equipment to monitor, with major consequences if their oversight fell short [...]

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Continuous steel casting ensured – thanks to EtherNet/IP-PROFINET communications

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Filed in Application stories, Gateways Protocol Conversion

For a steel end user in Italy, the need to manage continuous casting of its product is paramount. To handle that for their application [...]

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Industrial radios stand up to harsh environment

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Filed in Application stories, Wireless Automated Material Handling

An end user in Mexico that produced metal coils was in need of a new wireless solution: The ideal one would be able to maintain communications in what could be a harsh environment [...]

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Radios ensure reliable communications for offshore company

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Filed in Application stories, Wireless

An offshore end user in Singapore had to coordinate reliable crane communications. They sought to align a wireless accelerometer master radio on the control platform of a crane [...]

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Wireless vs. fiber optic for wastewater

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Filed in Application stories, Wastewater Wireless

Sometimes wireless seems like a gamble. A sewage treatment end user in the South of England was recently weighing it against a fiber optic network [...]

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Gateways and integrated radios connect China power plant’s systems

By Lauren Robeson - Global Communications Filed in Application stories, Gateways Wireless Power and Energy Protocol Conversion

A power plant in China realized a need for better communication in its stacker/reclaimer control. At their site, the stacker/reclaimer stores and prepares coal [...]

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