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Your Comprehensive Guide to Wireless Functional Safety Applications

By Oliver Haya, Business Development Manager, Rockwell Automation®; and Brian Allport, Product Manager, ProSoft Technology Filed in Work Smarter, Amusement Automated Material Handling Automotive CIP Safety Wireless

With each new advance in technology, wireless communications achieve better performance. There are some cultural and technical barriers that must be addressed at companies adopting wireless communications within operational environments, such as achieving employee safety.

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Wireless I/O: No Trenching, No Permits, No Conduit. No Problem.

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Work Smarter, Wireless

With Wireless I/O solutions, you can avoid the permits, trenching, and conduit that are par for the course with wired systems.

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Plant adds wireless radios to connect with remote water station

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

With a Modbus® SCADA in the control room at one spot and an RTU at a remote water station about 1 km (0.62 miles) away, a chemical plant sought a better way to link the two locations for data collection.

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Critical Considerations for High-Performance Wireless Automation Systems

Wireless technologies make advanced mobile automation systems more valuable in every way. This blog post lays out the best practices and preparations you should make when considering wireless technologies for your mobile automation application, and breaks it down into three key takeaways.

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Robot’s high-res video gets a monitoring upgrade

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

Increasingly, robots are used to monitor facilities – an efficiency-boosting practice that in this case study, an end user in China has implemented.

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Safe and Reliable Communications in Entertainment

By Brian Allport – Product Manager Filed in Work Smarter, Amusement CIP Safety Wireless

Reliable wireless connectivity is required in amusement applications, especially when safety data, like CIP safety, is being sent between a mobile piece of equipment, like a ride, and the main control system.

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