I/O Link is an industrial protocol that allows you to access the health and status actuators and sensing devices on the plant floor. But what if you took it a step further and had the capability to get all of this information wirelessly? In this episode Auston talks with Reid Schook, President of CoreTigo to discuss how they are pushing the standards with industrial wireless automation to enable smarter, more adaptive manufacturing.
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