Cutting Through the Hype: An Essential Test & Measurement Guide for the Successful Implementation of Wireless IIoT
30th September 2020
12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
The global industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market is expected to grow from $77.3 billion in 2020 to $110.6 billion by 2025, a compound annual growth rate of 7.4 percent. While wireless solutions are essential to realizing the IIoT’s extraordinary potential for ubiquitous connectivity and unprecedented data insights, wireless networking in factory settings remains fraught with technical challenges, including interference and harsh radio environments. But with more and more factory-floor applications demanding secure, reliable wireless connectivity, organizations cannot depend on traditional Wi-Fi access to get the job done; the IIoT innovations shaping the future of business require the efficiency, throughput and latency gains that breakthrough technologies like Wi-Fi6E/7 and 5G NR deliver.
Join Joerg Koepp, Market Segment Manager for Wireless Communications at Rohde & Schwarz, for this comprehensive overview of the critical steps that businesses must take to successfully implement wireless IoT solutions in industrial environments. Topics include:
- How Wi-Fi6E/7 and 5G NR address the technical demands of industrial IoT applications
- How to more efficiently design wireless communication devices optimized for factory environments
- How to measure and verify the performance parameters essential for seamless wireless IIoT deployment
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Name: Joerg Koepp
Company: Kudelski group
Title: Market Segment Manager for Wireless Communications
Bio: Joerg Koepp is a Market Segment Manager responsible for driving the test & measurement business in the internet of things (IoT) market at Rohde & Schwarz. Joerg has enjoyed a 30+ year career in a variety of fields of telecommunication starting as a young man with the repair of electromechanical telephone switching systems. Prior to joining Rohde & Schwarz, he worked as a system architect, project leader, director of system engineering and technology manager at Siemens and Nokia Siemens Networks.