Webinar: A New Wireless Technology that Rises Above Crowded Frequencies

Sponsored by: Vaisala

Focused on:

  • Wireless Temperature Monitoring
  • Wireless Temperature And Humidity Monitoring

Date: 15 September

312

Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

Key differences between wireless monitoring systems

The emergence of the Internet of Things has required the development of wireless technologies that ensure reliable, resilient signal strength. These new technologies are allowing GxP-regulated industries to use wireless data loggers in applications without the typical risks of wireless connections: intermittent connections, lost data, and security risks.

Vaisala's VaiNet wireless system uses these new wireless technologies to provide the flexibility and freedom of wireless with levels of security and reliability normally associated with trusted wired connections. Along with the ability to reliably send signals for over 100m without signal boosters, the VaiNet system features a self-healing low-frequency network. The system's simple topology, autonomous devices, and minimal infrastructure create a resilient and reliable monitoring system.

In this webinar we discuss the ways advances in wireless technology are changing the way environments are monitored, especially in regulated environments. We will pay special attention to the differences between wireless monitoring systems, reviewing the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Presented by

Paul Daniel,

Vaisala Regulatory Expert

Paul Daniel is Vaisala's Senior Regulatory Compliance Expert. He has 19 years of validation experience in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries having worked on a range of qualification and validation projects. Paul's experience centers on applying the GMP principles found in 21 CFR Parts 11, 210, and 211. His specialty is creating documents and processes that take a risk-based approach drawn from GAMP guidelines to ensure compliance with regulations and best practices.

Key Learning Objectives

  • What is the Internet of Things and LoRa wireless technology
  • The difference between WLAN, Wi-Fi and LoRa
  • How a simple network topology makes setup and troubleshooting easy
  • How to prevent eavesdropping, data tampering, and transfer errors in wireless

Audience

  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control
  • Facilities Management
  • Information Technology
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Engineering
  • Engineer
  • Quality Manager
  • Process Manager