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Wireless Technology Considerations for Plant Maintenance Teams

Brett Burger | Principal Solution Marketer, National Instruments
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Webinar Description:

Wireless sensors are becoming more prevalent as companies look to get more data without the high cost of running cable and conduit. Wireless technology has many options and tradeoffs between how often data is collected, the acquisition parameters, battery life, and more. Focusing on the job to be done can help you as you research wireless options on the market. In this presentation, learn about different wireless device options and what’s important on the spec sheet. You should leave with a better understanding of general wireless sensor solution architectures and some considerations that will help you in researching wireless technology.

Learning Takeaways:

  1. How to get started with wireless product research
  2. Common features and capabilities on the market today along with what they mean for maintenance teams
  3. Measurement technology trends

About the Presenter

Brett Burger is a principal solution marketer at National Instruments with 16 years of experience in the test and measurement industry. He has focused application knowledge of machine condition monitoring, smart grid, power quality, the Industrial IoT, sensors, and data acquisition. Brett has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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About the Author

Brett Burger Principal Solution Marketer, National Instruments

Brett Burger is a principal solution marketer at National Instruments with 16 years of experience in the test and measurement industry. He has focused application knowledge of machine condition monitoring, smart grid, power quality, the Industrial IoT, sensors, and data acquisition.  Brett has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M University.