Connections without Wires: How wireless technology creates new paths to productivity
Webcast: Industrial wireless technology is already settling in as a proven networking technique for device-level and data backhaul applications. Learn which wireless protocols to use in what applications, considering reliability and security. Now available for on-demand viewing.
Industrial wireless technology is already settling in as a proven networking technique for device-level and data backhaul applications. Various wireless protocols are available and can be deployed in specific process environments. This includes field instrumentation for monitoring and control, mobile workers, and data gathering from remote I/O. As reliability and security issues are solved, users are ready to move ahead. A webcast from Control Engineering covers:
-Insights on how different wireless protocols work and where they are best used
-Selection criteria for evaluating the suitability of a given technology or protocol
-Recent technological advancements and their usefulness in real-world application.
Who should attend
-Control and instrumentation engineers
The webcast was originlly brodcast Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, and is now available for on-demand viewing. Register now for Connections without Wires: How wireless technology releases workers and devices to find new paths to productivity.
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