DSL’s experience of telemetry, from wired to IoT is reviewed and featured in the May edition of “Control Engineering Europe”
Rory Dear looks at the industrial telemetry journey so far and he has high hopes for its future.
“At its beginning, industrial telemetry invariably involved one or more primitive sensors connected to a data gatherer, connected to a dial-up modem – all hard-wired and all mains powered.
The data itself was basic, recording a temperature or conveying ‘is there a leak?’ The hardware required to obtain even this most rudimentary data set was…” – Read the article
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