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White Papers on Industrial Networking for ITS Automation

3 Key Elements of a Robust Intelligent Transportation Network

In this article, we will discuss solutions to ensure ITS network reliability, efficient management of ITS operation and maintenance, as well as current ITS industry trends and best practices.

How to choose an outdoor IP camera

CCTV surveillance cameras are now a common sight in cities around the world, with cameras used at major intersections to catch speeders and would-be runners of red lights. However, as many drivers have learned, outdoor cameras have a high failure rate, and consequently only a fraction of the cameras installed are actually operational.

Industrial Ethernet Infrastructure: Key Selection Criteria

Due to the rapid rate by which networking technology is advancing, it is no wonder that selecting compatible and updated components can be difficult even for the most experienced automation engineers. With its focus on industrial networking, Moxa offers a broad range of Ethernet solutions well-suited for the demands and conditions required in any industrial automation network.

Transmission of Video Images for Transportation Management Systems

A typical Transportation Management System requires installing many video cameras. For example, it is now commonplace to see cameras located at regular intervals along the roadside when traveling on the highway. However, the problem faced by system administrators is that most of the cameras could be located up to several miles from the Central Traffic Control Center.

Redundant Ring Technology for Industrial Ethernet Applications

“Redundancy” is now one of the most important aspects of the industrial automation networks used for applications such as power utilities, transportation, and surveillance. In this white paper, we first discuss traditional redundant technology, including their network topologies and limitations. Next, we introduce “redundant ring” technology, and point out the advantages that redundant rings have over traditional systems.