Making Wireless Networking Easier

Aug. 2, 2008
AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager 9.5 provides a common interface for process industry users to manage their wired and wireless instruments and valves.
Wireless device configuration is streamlined, and drag-and-drop functionality automates the writing of joinkeys into wireless devices, increasing efficiency and security. With the AMS Wireless Snap-On application, users can plan, customize, visualize, and manage the vendor’s Smart Wireless networks. This allows users to avoid in-depth site surveys or time-consuming planning blueprints. Instead, users can upload an aerial image of their plant and quickly plan their wireless network. When the network layout is complete, they can validate the network against factory-recommended best practices to optimize device communication paths.Emerson Process Managementwww.emersonprocess.com314.553.2000

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