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09 Sep 2019

WIRELESS E-STOP IN AGVS
– OR HOW ECHORING GETS THE ELEPHANT OUT OF THE ROOM

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  Authors Matthias Blankenburg Xavier Bush   The impact of AGVs in the Industry 4.0 (Industrie 4.0) is supposed to be outstanding. Based on the experience that we have at R3 Communications, the industry envisions shop floors where machines, AGVs and humans interact seamlessly with each other. An excellent example of this interaction is illustrated […]

17 Jul 2019

INTEGRATION OF ECHORING: INTRODUCTION

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  Authors Matthias Blankenburg Xavier Bush Jesper Lindstrom   This blog post is the start of our second series of Blog Posts about EchoRing. While the first series talked about the EchoRing technology itself, this second series of posts is about applications and use cases to which EchoRing brings enormous value. But before we dive […]

07 Feb 2019

INTERFERENCE: OTHER WIRELESS TRANSMISSIONS AFFECT MINE

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  Authors Xavier Bush Jesper Lindström Prof. James Gross   In the last blog post of 2018, we explained the concept of collision, the challenges that wireless networks face when collisions happen, and how EchoRing™ efficiently deals with them. It is very important to remember that a collision occurs whenever two devices of the same […]

13 Dez 2018

AVOIDING COLLISIONS: ADDING DETERMINISM TO MY NETWORK

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  Authors Xavier Bush Jesper Lindström Dr. Mathias Bohge Prof. James Gross   In the previous blog post, we dug into the wireless propagation effects, how they challenge reliable communications and how EchoRing™ deals with them. We learned that the electromagnetic waves attenuate, and suffer from shadowing and fading, which adds much difficulty at the […]

20 Nov 2018

WIRELESS PROPAGATION EFFECTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON RELIABLE TRANSMISSIONS

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  Authors Xavier Bush Jesper Lindström Dr. Mathias Bohge Prof. James Gross   As mentioned in the introduction blog of last week, we will start this series of blog posts by explaining the random effects occurring purely from the so-called wireless propagation environment itself. These random effects have a big impact on every signal sent […]