Wireless is the answer to mining connectivity challenges

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The nature of the mining industry is such that most mines are situated in more remote regions, leaving them distinctly under-serviced in terms of internet capacity and the ability to provide decent communications within the mining campus, and in turn, back to their head office, suppliers and customers.

When one looks at these twin challenges, suggests Gary Woolley, executive for solutions at Comsol, it is easy to see the twofold importance for wireless connectivity. For one thing, he says, wireless is great both from the perspective of connecting the entire site and with respect to providing the last mile access into the cloud.

The nature of the mining industry is such that most mines are situated in more remote regions, leaving them distinctly under-serviced in terms of internet capacity and the ability to provide decent communications within the mining campus, and in turn, back to their head office, suppliers and customers.

Read more at source: ITWeb

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