Wireless: Create stronger connections today

Industrial wireless capabilities are quickly being extended well beyond the limitations of self-contained instrumentation and supporting systems. This Control Engineering editorial Webcast explores how wireless technology can be used to bridge communication gaps. Specific approaches discussed include: Discover how you can create stronger, flexible, and cost-effective wireless connections for y...
By Control Engineering Staff November 1, 2008

Industrial wireless capabilities are quickly being extended well beyond the limitations of self-contained instrumentation and supporting systems.

This Control Engineering editorial Webcast explores how wireless technology can be used to bridge communication gaps. Specific approaches discussed include:

  • Applying wireless as a migration solution for legacy and fieldbus devices,

  • Developing a winning implementation strategy for any size plant,

  • Choosing the right wireless technology and application,

  • Implementing applications for plant reliability and start up.

Discover how you can create stronger, flexible, and cost-effective wireless connections for your entire plant.

Presenters: Stephen Lambright, Apprion; Jane Lansing, Emerson Process Management; Jeff Becker, Honeywell; Kevin Zamzow, ProSoft Technology. Moderator: Peter Welander, Control Engineering .

To view the Webcast, visit controleng.com , click on the “Webcast” tab, then click “View all Webcasts,” and select this Webcast to view.