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A dairy in New Mexico, which needed to build a communication link between their office and a new warehouse complex to track their multiple fluid milk product lines, was soured on the costs to trench and bury conventional communication cables beneath railroad tracks and paved lots. For help, the dairy turned to their communication's partner, Industrial Electric Automation, which recommended utilizing milk silos as towers to install a Canopy point-to-multipoint wireless broadband radios. As a result the dairy saved "A lot of money" on installation costs and the Canopy solution has exceeded expectations so much that transmission of barcode scans of all products in the warehouse to the firm's national database will be implemented to keep inventory updates fresh.
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