By Mark Jamson, Global Segment Marketing Leader, Smart Factories, Sensata Technologies
Conventional hard-wired solutions are not always convenient, or practical, which has accelerated the development of wireless solutions. Wireless devices are quick and easy to install, without the need for expensive cabling, and bring solutions to applications that previously might not have been possible.
Wireless sensors are offering design engineers reliable ways of detecting vibration, heat and other potentially damaging faults, including loss of pressure, in some of the most challenging industrial applications, however remote.
This brief white paper provides an overview of examples where wireless solutions were implemented to resolve a diverse range of mission-critical challenges across an equally diverse range of industrial applications including:
- Production efficiency in automotive manufacturing
- Precision monitoring in engine manufacturing
- Remote temperature monitoring in solar farms
Learn more in this white paper.