The manufacturing environment is a fluid one with many moving parts. Manufacturers are looking hard for new ways to leverage better WiFi technology to make their operations more efficient and to increase the satisfaction of the customers – speeding the delivery of products and services.
Today, manufacturers are using a myriad of wireless devices and applications that can all benefit from a more reliable WiFi network – equipment such as:
- Automated manufacturing robots
- VoIP phones and badges
- Unmanned produce vehicles
- Wireless printing on production floor
- Inventory scanners
In manufacturing environments, there's not always local IT support. So things must be simple and work right the first time. Remote management and administration of factory WiFi devices is essential. Manufacturers are also surrounded with obstructions, obstacles and RF interference that can bring WiFi to its knees. So the WiFi system can't be simple consumer-grade. It must be purpose built for production.
What Services Do DigitalAir Wireless Offer
- Complete end-to-end wireless solutions
- Wireless backhaul
- WiFi 6 networking services
- Wireless site surveys
- Networking consultancy
- Structured cabling
Being the wireless experts, we cover a myriad of essential wireless services to ensure manufactures receive a reliable, full-proof network. Indoor and outdoor WiFi coverage is just one piece of the puzzle, we also have services to handle switching and structured cabling. Connecting multiple plants together is achieved with our carrier-grade wireless backhaul services and the same hardware as used by the carriers. Manufactures can connect all of the machinery, mobile devices and even the CCTV together into a single managed network making it simpler to manage and preventing any bottle necks for administration. Designing for wireless in the manufacturing landscape is a process our experts are used to tackling.
For a successful network, always conduct a wireless survey
Our wireless surveys are the most in-depth reports on the market. They cover all aspects of the harsh environments created from the plant machinery. These reports are used to underpin a reliable network design.