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BehrTech and MAJiK Systems Partner to Bring Plug-and-Play IoT Connectivity to Industrial Brownfield Environments
BehrTechTM and MAJiK Systems have signed a strategic partnership to bring wireless connectivity to legacy Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). Together with BehrTech’s MYTHINGSTM wireless connectivity platform and MAJiK’s PLC data monitoring and analytics software suite, the integrated PLC solution provides robust, long-range, and scalable connectivity for PLC data communications in remote and complex industrial environments.
This article provides a high-level overview of how wireless sensors work, how networks are arranged, and how they serve real-world IoT applications.
Wireless sensor technology enables a new level of automation that has major implications for many sectors. One sector that is already benefitting significantly from this next-gen technology is the retail space. Here, we highlight major applications for wireless sensors in retail and showcase the versatility of the technology.
Swift Sensors, leading developers of Industrial IoT wireless sensors systems, is excited to announce its partnership with Zebra Technologies Corporation, under its Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) PartnerConnect program. As a result, Swift Sensors’ customers can leverage Swift Sensors Wireless Sensor System from enterprise-ready Zebra tablets and mobile devices. Swift Sensors will also gain comprehensive training, extensive marketing, sales and technical benefits.
The 5G wireless infrastructure market is taking shape. And rightly so: 5G is likely to be the key enabler for IoT across a wide range of industries.
Previously conservative manufacturing groups, like those in Germany, have leaped forward in acceptance of wireless IIoT. Industry 4.0 is penetrating the infrastructure of businesses and governments.
Swift Sensors, Inc. (www.swiftsensors.com), a supplier of plug-and-play cloud wireless sensors systems for Industrial IoT, now helps museums preserve the past for future generations.
As WiFi 6 and 5G hit the market in 2019, debates like "5G WiFi 6 vs 5G" for IoT will intensify. But these two standards may be symbiotic after all.
Will 5G be an evolution or a revolution? Experts disagree, but it'll drive a surge in IoT technology and expand the horizon of tech's capabilities.
This post details problems homeowners face when trying to make their home a smart one. There’s a lot to learn and much to overcome.