Wireless I/O: Connecting Remote Sensors in a Wide Range of Environments

Glenn Longley, Senior Product Manager for IO & Software
FreeWave Technologies

The adoption of wireless technology for Machine to Machine (M2M) communications has led the way for new opportunities in automation and real-time monitoring. For example, wireless Input/Output (I/O) technology is increasingly in demand, especially in the oil and gas industry. As industrial markets focus more on safety, automation, and/or improving operational efficiencies, the demand for more intensive monitoring, measurement and process control has naturally followed. MORE

Protecting Remote Facilities with Camera Auto Follow

Eric Olson, Vice President of Marketing
PureTech Systems

Protecting remote facilities is a difficult task, in terms of budget, manpower and system complexity.  Fortunately, technology advances continue to provide exciting capabilities and more affordable deployment. One such technology available to system integrators and owners of remote facilities is Camera Auto Follow.


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