Leading industrial wireless solutions provider Moxa Inc. presents a
complete range of high bandwidth wireless solutions for enabling
video-over-wireless networks in industrial automation applications.
Featuring low latency, seamless mobility and a rugged design, Moxa’s
high bandwidth wireless products include both 802.11n for WLANs and HSPA for
WWANs, simplifying transmission of video data over wireless networks for bandwidth
hungry applications such as IP surveillance.
Observing that Moxa has been producing world-class industrial wireless
products for many years, product manager Jeffrey Ke explains that an increasing
demand to deploy video-over-wireless networks for IP surveillance systems and
wireless hotspots in hard-to-wire environments encouraged the company to
develop their latest solutions.
According to Jeffrey Ke, operators were not only asking for wireless
devices that supported high bandwidth technology such as the 802.11n or HSPA
standards, they also sought a solution for building a reliable wireless network;
achieving these objectives would require wireless devices to provide real-time
communication, seamless connections even on the move, and a rugged design for
Moxa’s AWK and OnCell series offer end-users a comprehensive solution
that fulfils all of these demands. Key features include dual-radio redundancy
technology and GuaranLink technology designed to achieve zero packet loss
transmission; Turbo Roaming delivering unstoppable wireless communication even
when connected to vehicles moving at high speed; and a variety of
industrial-grade design features and certifications ensuring the wireless
network can provide reliable video-over-wireless transmission.
Moxa has assisted several customers in implementing video-over-wireless
networks in diverse scenarios including IP surveillance and wireless hotspots
across various industrial applications. Moxa offers reliable high bandwidth
wireless solutions, while their professional field application engineers can
help end-users with a wide range of tasks from network planning to field site