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An automotive factory sprawling over nearly 1,000 acres poses two fundamental communications challenges for its security, maintenance and emergency-response staffs: Metal machinery interferes with radio signals and ceilings block GPS signals, thwarting systems for tracking personnel. Managers of a Mercedes-Benz factory that opened in Hungary in 2012 needed a wireless network that could overcome these […]Read more →
On a construction site, everything hums along fine as long as the teams of carpenters, welders and electricians have all the tools and materials they need to get their work done. Delays come when the teams fail to coordinate their efforts. Carpenters need electricians to reroute lengths of conduit. Electricians need engineers to explain discrepancies […]Read more →
Profitability evaporates the moment an assembly line goes down; every minute after that becomes a gift to the competition. So it’s no surprise why manufacturing managers are focused on limiting downtime. Time lost on the line generates costs at every link in the product chain, from shop floor to store rack. Picture a typical assembly […]Read more →
Large organizations often have complex security requirements and comprehensive communications needs. At a regional hospital, for instance, everyone from the emergency room to the data center to the central security station depends on being able to get through to the people they need to talk to with the minimum of difficulty. It’s not just that […]Read more →