FEATURED ARTICLESin Wireless Networks
Wireless and Wired Network Reliability and Maintenance
By Moazzam Shamsi, Emerson Process Management
This article discusses the maintenance and reliability aspects of wired and wireless infrastructure,...
The Last Meter to the Internet of Things
By Shannon R. Foos and Kevin Zomchek, Rockwell Automation
IP connectivity from the industrial control system through the gateway – either...
Beyond IoT: pervasive sensing
By Jonathan Wilkins, European Automation
The increasing availability of inexpensive, wireless sensors now lets facilities measure safety,...
Secure industrial automation and control systems
By Mohammed A. Al-Saeed, et al
With effective security controls, LTE wireless technology can serve voice, video, and broadband industrial data...
NEWSin Wireless Networks
- Qorvo to acquire GreenPeak Technologies
- ISA100 certifies Flowserve's PMV D3 Wireless enabled valve positioner
- SignalFire Ships 20,000th Wireless Node
- Thermoelectric Modules Market to grow 9.50% by 2023
- ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute certifies Murata module
- Petronas receives ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute Award
- EtherNet/IP leads Industrial network market shares
- Red Lion Cellular RTUs work in Japan
- BiTherm wireless steam trap monitor obtains ISA100 Wireless certification
- ISA100 certifies Spirax Sarco Wireless Steam Trap Monitor
- ZigBee adds EnOcean Energy Harvesting
- Armstrong wireless steam trap monitor receives ISA100 Wireless certification
PRODUCT NEWSin Wireless Networks
Laird releases 50 Series Wi-Fi + Bluetooth modules
The 50 Series family of modules is designed to thrive in challenging settings with obstacles such as dense wireless signal traffic and complex...
ICP DAS releases WFM-R14 Wi-Fi I/O
WFM-R14 is a 14-channel relay output module with a WLAN connection that complies with the IEEE802.11b/g standards.
Moxa Releases 4G LTE Jump Start Kit for System Integrators
The core of the 4G LTE Jump Start Kit is a programmable Modbus data logger that runs Debian Linux and is powered by a 1 GHz ARM7 processor.
MEDIAin Wireless Networks
RESOURCESin Wireless Networks
In 13 years, some promised network standards have become reality, wireless networks have proliferated, and two international standards have...
The new edition is intended to help bring clarity to a marketplace marked by a rapidly increasing number of automation networks.
The video titled, "A Guide to Wi-Fi and Frequency Hopping Antenna Selection," delves into the different types of antennas and characteristics to...
WHITE PAPERSin Wireless Networks
By Gregory Braun, C3 Solutions
This whitepaper explores arguments in favor and against using systems based in the cloud, with the goal of offering...
By Zebra Technologies
When it comes to wireless communications, most industrial environments are three to five years behind the carpeted space....
By Keith Blodorn, ProSoft Technology
When deploying wireless communications in applications like monorail systems and bottle filling machines,...
CASE STUDIESin Wireless Networks
Power Construction is using the environmental monitoring system to collect and transmit temperature and humidity data in a 27-story hospital in...
Industrial wireless takes on high-bandwidth mobile video monitoring at the Samref refinery complex in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia,...
At Schenker Deutschland, noax forklift terminals now guarantee seamless data transfer for fulfillment right up to the production line.