Case Study #4: Mining

Discovering and exploiting new mining opportunities is becoming more and more challenging. The relative scarcity of resources is driving organizations to operate in increasingly remote environments.

The remote mining exploration sites are usually cut off from telecommunication infrastructure and services, making mission-critical communications extremely challenging. In the other hand, no matter what phase the mine site is in – exploration, development, operation or relocation – there is a vital need for effective communications between remote sites and corporate office to improve efficiency, meet production targets and commercial goals. The ability to deliver voice, data and video connectivity will impact every element of a site’s operations.

A large mining operator approached SatADSL when it began establishing new mining sites in West Africa. The company already had a central office in Accra (connected through Leased Line) acting as a regional African Hub. The remote mining exploration  sites are usually cut off from telecommunication infrastructure and services, making mission-critical communications extremely challenging. In the other hand, no matter what phase the mine site is in – exploration, development, operation or relocation – there is a vital need for effective communications between remote sites and corporate office to improve efficiency, meet production targets and commercial goals. The ability to deliver voice, data and video connectivity will impact every element of a site’s operations.

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