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Artila reveals New Wide Temperature Wireless Gateway Matrix-702

A better connecting way with wireless IoT gateway

Taipei, Taiwan – April 2020 — Industrial wireless devices are the critical part of plant optimization processes and remote operations often have challenges with difficult installations, high expense and insufficient field personnel to keep pace with aggressive schedules. Artila’s wireless IoT gateway Matrix-702 is a low-power consumption, cost-efficient choice, as a data transmission from wired to wireless network, for various remote monitoring applications.

With one miniPCIe slot, Matrix-702 can deploy the connectivity technology / RF modules easily, such as LTE/4G, 3G, Wifi, BLE, Lora, thus networks can be easily deployed and extended. The compact wireless gateway Matrix-702 is a simple, cost-effective remote monitoring solution, offers device-to-cloud service with longer range, better signal coverage, improved data transmission, thus it can also be used for monitoring equipment status in applications involving AGV, rail transit, port or mining area.

As of today, the information technologies and network infrastructure are getting well-developed in the world. More and more enterprises not only face the requirement of enhancing their existing automation systems for greater overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), but also need up-to-date information integration, plant management and business systems. Meanwhile, the wireless device is an important component of the plant optimization process, with easy installation and reconfiguration features,

the wide Temperature Wireless Gateway Matrix-702 could achieve rapid deployment for optimal performance with the same infrastructure. 

For more product information, please visit http://www.artila.com/p_matrix.html, or email to sales@artila.com

About Artila

Artila Electronics is an emerging force in the industrial computer field, dedicated to minimizing mass while maximizing utility. Unlike other industrial computer providers in the market who mainly use x86 plus Windows solutions, Artila focuses on ARM-core RISC CPUs with embedded Linux solutions, matched with Artila’s 10 plus years of experience in RS-232 / 422 / 485 industrial communication and TCP/IP networking. Artila’s product range consists of Intelligent IoT Gateway, IoT Device Platform, ARM / Linux box computers, ARM / Linux SOMs (system-on-modules), Programmable Automation Controller, and Serial-to-Ethernet embedded modules.

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