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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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‘Legacy Mode’ Allows for Streamlined Replacement

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Product focus, In-chassis Legacy

Being able to introduce direct drop-in replacements has been great – a streamlined swap helps ensure your connectivity doesn’t skip a beat. And for two CompactLogix™ modules for which direct drop-in replacement wasn’t available, there’s now Legacy Mode.

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New Year, New OpEx Dollars: What’s Your Modernization Plan?

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

Over the years, we’ve been creating resources to assist in modernization plans – including how to get bosses on board who have their eye on both the future and budgets. Bookmark this post to share these with the powers that be at your company when you’re making the case to proactively use OpEx dollars this year.

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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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Why You Should Embrace Industrial Subscriptions

By Vishal Prakash – Strategic Product Manager Filed in Work Smarter,

Embrace industrial subscriptions for continuous connectivity, security, and increased productivity.

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Wireless in Food and Beverage Applications

By Brian Allport – Global Business Development Manager Filed in Technology focus, Food and Beverage Wireless

The use of standardized control systems (for food and beverage manufacturers) and machines (OEMs) requires a similar connectivity that’s not tied to a specific industrial protocol and can be easily scaled. OT technologies in particular require a robust connection – in many cases, industrial 802.11 wireless radios are used.

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