Difficult Wi-Fi in Warehouses and Manufacturing Facilities

Wednesday, December 13, 2017
12:00PM – 1:00PM EST

So you’ve deployed a few office Wi-Fi networks, but are you prepared for the unique challenges presented by manufacturing and warehouse environments?

Warehouse and manufacturing environments are where radio frequency (RF) starts behaving differently, and many of the other laws you’re used to don’t apply anymore either. From AP and antenna placement and AP configs to ease of maintenance and troubleshooting, everything is different in a warehouse or manufacturing facility.

Learn more from industry’s undisputed manufacturing / warehouse Wi-Fi experts, Elizabeth and Francois, on our next webinar.

Topics covered include:

  • The difference between industrial Wi-Fi and carpeted space WLANs
  • RF behavior in industrial environments
  • Challenges of high ceiling environments
  • Access point placement considerations
  • Directional antennas – where to use and how
  • Limitations set by 24/7 operational environments
 
 
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