Ensure Nonstop IP Surveillance with an Optimized Industrial Ethernet Network

Ray Hsu, Product Manager – Moxa
Alvis Chen, Product Manager – Moxa

What comes to mind when you hear the term “mission-critical infrastructure?” Depending on your experience and background, you might think of oil and gas production fields, railway station monitoring systems, power generation facilities, or highway traffic systems, to name a few. The term “mission-critical” should not be taken lightly since it is used to describe networks that, once they experience instability or transmission problems, could result in serious damage to equipment and facilities, or even injuries or loss of life. In recent years, video surveillance systems have played an increasingly important role in ensuring the reliability and safety of mission-critical infrastructures around the world.


Seven Quick Ways Businesses Cut Costs Using Data Loggers

CAS DataLoggers

Every day businesses are able to cut their operating costs and increase productivity by using dataloggers to alert workers when products are at risk, when process-critical machinery overheats, and more. As one of the largest distributors of dataloggers in North America, CAS DataLoggers shows you seven quick ways businesses are using these devices to save money and time. MORE

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