Traditional quality improvement programs are yielding diminishing returns. As a result, many manufacturing environments are turning to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to deliver the insights necessary to initiate a next wave of significant efficiency improvements. One major area of potential in this new IIoT landscape is the use of wireless technology. Radio frequency (RF) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) are emerging as highly valuable additions to many IIoT applications.
While wireless connectivity holds considerable promise for enhancing processes and possibilities in industrial settings, there are challenges with which developers must contend in order to harness the value of this technology. In our recent whitepaper with TE Connectivity, we look at…
- Some key issues around wireless connectivity and EMC
- The preferred wireless connectivity options for IIoT
- The anticipated impact of 5G on IIoT implementations
- How to handle wireless IIoT in harsh environments
- And much, much more
Ready to learn everything you’ll need to know to develop advanced, reliable wireless IIoT solutions?
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