Industrial wireless networks also require tight security to protect wireless signals and prevent unauthorized access to data. Current wireless encryption protocols are difficult to handle and common users must be educated on the ways to address these security issues.
"Suppliers must communicate the benefits of wireless solutions to users that feel it is fraught with risks and therefore, prefer to use proven technologies," concluded Ramanathan. "As users recognize the potential of wireless devices in monitoring as well as in process control, the SEA and ANZ market will witness steady growth."
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