How wireless communication enters the industrial f

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How can wireless communication quickly enter the industrial field

now, wireless communication and its related technologies have been widely used in commercial and civil environments. In spite of this, the latest IMS survey on factory automation shows that there are still some problems in the selection method of test tonnage of the testing machine, which hinder the wider application of wireless technology

nowadays, the biggest obstacle for machine manufacturers and end users to adopt wireless communication is the reliability of wireless communication. The use of heavy machinery may interrupt wireless signals. In factory automation, the importance of collecting reliable and detailed machine data is increasing, and the wired solution is still the best choice at present

conservatives in factory automation have also restricted the establishment of wireless communication networks. Since wired ones can still be used, why should they be replaced by wireless ones? Having said that, more and more companies have joined in the application of wireless products and started to customize the robust wireless products in the factory environment. These companies improve the performance of their industrial networks by selecting the right environmental protection infrastructure and wireless technology based on the whole industry chain. The falling price of wireless products also promotes companies to convert wired networks into wireless networks, or both. Especially in the current economic situation, the initial investment of wireless network is lower than that of wired network. For example, a sewage treatment plant draws water from a place hundreds of meters away from the central control room. Using wireless networks can save a lot of money. The wireless network for condition monitoring can also reduce the cost of components. For example, the collector ring for monitoring the rotation function does not need to be purchased under wireless conditions, and can be replaced by a wireless sensor

it is still in the need strategy opportunity period. In summary, by 2013, the application of wireless communication system in global factory automation will increase by about 40% every year. To some extent, growth will be driven by automation component suppliers. They have gradually realized that wireless technology will be the basis for the next technological take-off, greatly improving the efficiency of factories and ensuring the safety of users. Now, the problem that machine manufacturers and end users need to consider is how to select the most suitable applications for wireless networks to maximize profits


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