Automated material handling (AMH) systems like Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS), Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) systems, etc are integral parts of industrial automation. Often such automated material handling units are controlled, monitored, optimized, and monitored remotely. Wireless networks and software-based controlling tools are used for remote operations of such material handling units. That is why wireless networks for AS/RS, AGVs, and other AMH systems are adopted across the industries. No matter what type of material handling it is, unit loading-unloading, inventory management, conveyor systems, etc all are being automated at a larger scale. However, the on-field operation of certain units may hold security risks, hazards of accidents, etc. To prevent certain accidents, a wireless network for AS/RS, AGVs, and other AMH systems is adopted. This way, the operator can remain inside a cabin still operate the entire AMH unit remotely. However, to achieve such industrial operational freedom, automation units must be configured with monitoring and controlling software over wireless networks.