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HP Integration Strategies: Wireless sensing benefits from new technology

Wireless sensing is the most important new technology to emerge in decades for process measurement and equipment monitoring applications. For this reason alone, it has attracted the sustained attentio..

Forbes, H., ARC Advisory Group

Wireless sensing is the most important new technology to emerge in decades for process measurement and equipment monitoring applications. For this reason alone, it has attracted the sustained attention of ARC Advisory Group and other industry analyst organizations. While growth of wireless measurements in industrial applications has proven to be slower than most forecasts, wireless continues to grow at a much faster rate than the overall automation market. Looking at the changes in wireless sensor networking (WSN) last year, ARC is most impressed by the greater maturity of the industry, along with significant new technical achievements. We believe that both will spur market growth because

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