For Project Engineers, Integrators and Operators of Industrial Networks
Wi-Fi is not only being deployed in our homes and offices, it is becoming more common in plant floors, warehouses, transit stations, and other more industrial environments. However, even if you have some experience with Wi-Fi, there are some common pitfalls that engineers encounter when adapting this technology for industrial operations and harsh environmental conditions. In this webinar, we go over the most common mistakes that affect Wi-Fi reliability for industrial applications, and how to avoid them.
- Basic Wi-Fi concepts and the types of equipment required in industrial settings
- What environmental and technical issues you’ll likely face on the plant floor
- How to follow established best practices for smooth deployment
- How to avoid common pitfalls and troubleshoot connection issues
Nick Sandoval, Wireless Product Marketing Manager
Moxa Americas Inc.
Nick Sandoval is the Wireless Product Marketing Manager for Moxa Americas Inc. He has been active in industrial automation for over ten years, in various technical roles including field application engineer. His experience includes successful networking deployments for Boeing, CalTrans, Honeywell, Chevron, Tesla, and many other clients. Nick has a bachelors degree in Engineering, an MSEE in Computer Engineering, and numerous professional certifications including Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Network+, and Linux Professional Certification Institute (LPIC-1).