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Planning an Industrial Wireless Network? Here Are Some Resources to Get You Started

28 七月, 2021 / Videos

The reliability and ease of use you gain from industrial wireless radios make them a gr...

Video: Connect Each Part of Your Water and Wastewater Application

16 七月, 2021 / Videos

Recently, we heard from two of ProSoft’s water and wastewater experts about connecting ...

Connectivity for Each Part of Your Wellpad Application

29 六月, 2021 / Product focus

The size and complexity of oil and gas applications make it impossible for users to use...

Must-Watch: In-Chassis vs. Gateways Cagematch

16 六月, 2021 / Videos

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Separator Connectivity for Oil and Gas Applications

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Flow Computing Oil and Gas Protocol Conversion

The separator in wellpad applications requires reliable communications to ensure the separation of oil, gas, and water – and then get these resources where they need to go next.

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Protocol Conversion: Choosing In-Chassis or Gateways

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Gateways In-chassis Protocol Conversion

ProSoft's product suites cover a wide range of protocols, with overlaps between the in-chassis and gateway solution families. Wondering which one is best to use? As you might expect, it depends on your application’s needs.

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Collect and Analyze Oil and Gas Applications’ Production Data with Remote Connectivity Solutions

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Oil and Gas Remote Connectivity

With remote access solutions, your measurement and production data can be automatically sent to your existing SCADA, host, or headquarters location. From there, the data can be analyzed and corrective actions taken if necessary. The detailed data and activity log that’s automatically generated can also help you meet regulatory requirements.

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Modernizing Water and Wastewater Sites

By Lauren Robeson Menting - Global Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Modernization Wastewater Water

Proactively updating your DF1 or other legacy protocol-based equipment can help you modernize a water and wastewater application on your timeline while, crucially, keeping your operations running as normal.

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Start Plotting Your Wireless Network

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Technology focus, Wireless

Once you know how many wireless access points you need, how far apart they’ll be, and other key data, we have a resource that can help you determine radios and antennas that can help connect your facility.

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Using Wireless in Automated Logistics Applications

By Brian Allport – Global Business Development Manager Filed in Technology focus, Automated Material Handling Logistics Wireless

In product-driven businesses like those found in manufacturing, ecommerce, and even food and beverage, product quality, shipping speed, and cost are all focal points for the customer. As such, logistics automation for warehouses and distribution centers is becoming more critical to the core operations of businesses in these industries. Wireless communication is key to the success of these logistics applications.

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