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Video: Connect Each Part of Your Water and Wastewater Application

16 juil, 2021 / Vidéos

Recently, we heard from two of ProSoft’s water and wastewater experts about connecting ...

Connectivity for Each Part of Your Wellpad Application

29 juin, 2021 / Infos produits

The size and complexity of oil and gas applications make it impossible for users to use...

Must-Watch: In-Chassis vs. Gateways Cagematch

16 juin, 2021 / Vidéos

Our latest cagematch webinar featured our experts battling over protocol converters. Fi...

Connecting Legacy Equipment to Newer Protocols

04 juin, 2021 / Work Smarter

Proactive modernizations can still be a tough sell for some companies, especially when ...

Video: Connect Each Part of Your Water and Wastewater Application

Recently, we heard from two of ProSoft’s water and wastewater experts about connecting each part of a W/WW site. Watch the recording here, and check out our top three takeaways from their presentation.

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Connectivity for Each Part of Your Wellpad Application

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist catégorie Infos produits, Pétrochimie Flow Computing Protocol Conversion Sans-fil En châssis Passerelles autonomes

The size and complexity of oil and gas applications make it impossible for users to use one technology or platform. Each part has information that needs to be sent to your PAC or SCADA system, making real-time protocol conversion and data transfer a must. Meanwhile, throughout your wellpad site, wireless connectivity can ensure reliable communications among wide-ranging equipment.

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Must-Watch: In-Chassis vs. Gateways Cagematch

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist catégorie Vidéos, Passerelles autonomes En châssis Protocol Conversion

Our latest cagematch webinar featured our experts battling over protocol converters. Find out how in-chassis modules and gateways stack up when it comes to costs, flexibility, and configuration.

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Connecting Legacy Equipment to Newer Protocols

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist catégorie Work Smarter, Modernization Legacy Passerelles autonomes

Proactive modernizations can still be a tough sell for some companies, especially when they involve large purchases that need to be approved. It’s at these times that an issue presents itself: How do you connect your legacy equipment to newer devices that use IIoT-ready protocols?

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How You’ll Benefit from Add-On Profiles and Add-On Instructions

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist catégorie Work Smarter, Passerelles autonomes En châssis

The inclusion of Add-On Profiles and/or Add-On Instructions can help you avoid prolonged configuration and some serious frustration.

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Separator Connectivity for Oil and Gas Applications

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Senior Marketing Communications Specialist catégorie Points techniques, Flow Computing Pétrochimie

The separator in wellpad applications requires reliable communications to ensure the separation of oil, gas, and water – and then get these resources where they need to go next.

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