White Paper: Wireless Avoids Collisions on the Track

In this white paper from ProSoft see how Andritz Inc. uses high-speed Ethernet radios to create a robust anti-collision network for three different dual Portal Crane projects.

In Roswell, Georgia, residents make their way down tree-lined brick walks of the city’s Historical District, sipping their morning coffee from recycled paper cups, gazing at furniture through shop windows. Just outside of this city founded on manufacturing mills is Andritz Inc., an international provider of services and equipment for the world’s creators of pulp, paper, tissue, and Oriented Strand Board (OSB) products including furniture and homes.

With over 150 years of experience, Andritz is able to support pulp and paper companies with a complete top-to-bottom custom integration process. Andritz provides equipment for the processing of tree length logs using debarking drums, chippers, conveying and storage systems, refiners, pulp drying lines, and tissue paper machines which form, press, dry, and reel the finished product. From start to finish these applications are designed, set up, programmed, delivered, and installed by Andritz for the customer.

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