February 2009
Plant Engineering;Feb2009, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p27
Trade Publication
The article focuses on automation solutions in the food and beverage industries. The growing demand for packaged foods by the consumers has prompted the development of new technologies in the said industry. The use of wireless devices is one way to address the demand. The wireless devices prevent more than 50% damages in the production processes due to inefficient packaging. It also provides information on wireless devices including the signal conditioner series, and Wi-ModPak series.


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