"Are our existing wired networked solutions at risk in the near future? Can wireless ways greatly enhance wired networks? The answer (to both questions) is "yes." Wireless network ways provide a future-proofed, AI-driven self-discovery schema with off-site ease of update for operating systems, collection devices, and sensors." Ken Sinclair, Editor, Automated Buildings
What’s in your toolbox? Ken Sinclair is asking us in his April edition of Automated Buildings. The advances and advantages in the AI-driven technology wireless networks are so compelling that our wired and IP approach to building networks may soon be the wrong tools for the job.
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