Moxa's Advanced Industrial Wireless Guidebook - New!

Jan. 13, 2010
Wireless technologies have become increasingly popular in industrial automation as growing numbers of system integrators, governmental agencies, and industrial solution providers continue to turn to these solutions for their applications.
Advantages of using wireless technologies include boosting data transmission speed, real-time data transmissions, remote equipment monitoring and alerts, flexible installation of remote equipment, and wide coverage areas. In addition, wireless technologies can penetrate areas where cables are unable to reach, saving wiring costs. By adopting wireless technologies, industrial applications are able to benefit from greater versatility.Read Guidebook

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