Ruggedised networks provide autonomy in precision farming
A protocol that gives autonomous adaptability – enabling the network to react in real-time to changes in network topology, load and environmental conditions – is desirable.
Growing beyond agricultural network complications
Networking obstacles can often keep farms from adopting automation, or relegate them to a low level of automation without the ability to scale their operations.
The road to precision farming
Step-by-step levels of automation serve as a roadmap to the applications, functionality and agricultural benefits of introducing precision farming techniques.
Powering the future of precision farming
The ultimate vision for precision farming is a solution that uses connected technology to simultaneously address all of a farmer’s pain points.
802.11ax: The benefits keep adding up
In essence, 802.11ax focuses on metrics that will improve the client experience and increase cell throughput.
802.11ax: Efficient use of RF spectrum to increase network capacity
Whereas 802.11ac made the network faster, 802.11ax is designed for higher channel efficiency in a dense networking environment.