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Industrial Wireless Technology in the News

Honeywell OneWireless Universal Industrial Mesh NetworkCollecting data from remote locations, reducing installation and overall costs for process data collection, monitoring equipment health over the plant network, improving data quality, reducing maintenance and downtime:  All good reasons to consider implementing wireless technology in your plant. But where do you find the right wireless for your operation? What can the recent improvements in industrial wireless technology really do for you?

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The articles and videos below will give you a great start toward learning how you can use wireless in your plant.

Key Specifications

  • Go wireless for universal networking and lower total cost of ownership
  • Protect your investment in legacy systems and integrate valuable data into your existing control systems
  • Get process data from remote areas that were too costly to monitor in the past
  • Improve overall plant performance by gaining access to more data — anywhere in the plant
Link Description
Adobe PDF ISA InTech Special Edition
Becoming Wireless: Case Studies and Strategies for the Wireless Plant (944K .PDF)
Link to an external website for article Honeywell Process Solutions
OneWireless universal mesh network
Link to an external website for article Control Engineering
Honeywell OneWireless: Wireless in 2007: Scalable, secure, facility-wide 30K nodes
Link to an external website for article Control Engineering
Opinion Article: Integrating process design, control systems, wireless, and instrumentation
Link to an external website for article Automation World
Wireless takes the stage at Honeywell Users Group Symposium (June 2007)
Link to an external website for article Control Global
Highlights from the Honeywell Users Group Symposium (June 2007)

 
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