Friday, December 16, 2011

Wireless Industrial Remotes With Empowered Technology

 In the world of technology, so many changes take place almost at every moment. By using the modern technology as well as scientific up-gradation so many tools and machines are being produced nowadays. Wireless industrial remotes are also a recent up-gradation that is being talked about by the people nowadays. It is actually used in industrial sectors in order to maintain and control the gigantic machines. Need of high productivity as well as safety in the industrial area has made these industrial devices an inevitable inclusion for the engineers.

Wireless industrial remote controls are being manufactured with so many variations. They can be used for all types of your mechanical device. Some popular types include Proportional Hydraulic Controls, Transport Leak Detection System, Aircraft Auto Refueling System, Bulk Transport Driver Authorization System and many more. These industrial remote systems are also certified by the registered association so that they can be used in explosive environment too. Because of it, these radio remote controllers are being chiefly used in industrial petroleum sectors, proportional hydraulic control systems, LPG and Anhydrous Ammonia Bulk Transports.

As the technological field is continuing its up-gradation by involving the latest innovation, the need of such wireless systems is also increasing at the same time. The modern manufacturers are producing some unique remote control systems that, at the same time, can manage a large amount of work at a single time and also can maintain a safety environment in the technical work field.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Challenges of Implementing IP Version 6 (IPv6)

There are various challenges need to be faced by the users and developers of IPv6 to encourage adaption from IPv4 to IPv6. Below are the challenges present in implementing IPv6.

A. Budgetary Costs

A lot of surveys found out that the major obstacle on IPv6 adaption is because of the lack of funding. These users are afraid that the cost of upgrading the equipment to IPv6-ready hardware, training and even recruit the personnel with IPv6 working experience would be expensive. Because of this, they would rather keep using the existing IPv4 address.

B. Operating System, Device and Application Support

In their paper, Morton and Horton specify about the lack of device and operating system which supports IPv6 by default. From their study, the users at that time still use Windows XP which does not support IPv6 unless few configurations were made. Windows XP makes up almost 70% from total operating systems in the world. The newer version of Windows, Windows 7 has already been published and IPv6 is supported by default. From this, there should be no problem if users want to use IPv6 and no problem from operating system should exist.

Networking devices should also support IPv6 by default if they are using latest 3Com Netbuilder and Pathbuilder software, Cisco IOS software and Nortel Networks BayRS software. From the application aspect, there are still some IPv6 implementations which are still deficient in fully supporting the entire range of features promised by IPv6. This is because IPv6 is still in its development phase and it keeps evolving based on the market needs.