Private Networks for LTE Mining Communications
Accelerating Productivity and Safety with LTE 4G Private Mobile Networks
As technology advances so does the productivity and safety of mines with private LTE Mining Communications Networks and P25 Two Way Radio Terminals.
Design – Implementation – Productivity
LTE voice and data communications across a mine site delivering operational data to multiple devices…outdoors and Indoors
Simple Design – Implementation > Productivity
MiningTelecoms is able to design and implement LTE communications across mine sites operating in Australia including surface and underground mines replacing leaky feeder and wifi mesh networks.
Our solution comprises of site configuration, concept design, feasibility, project management, installation, commissioning, training, documentation and spares resulting in material productivity efficiencies with semi and fully autonomous vehicles.
All communications asset titles including towers are transferred to the mine at agreed milestones to ensure a seamless onsite handover and control to the sites own resources. This ensures investment returns are maximized with the earliest project financial paybacks.
We partner with all the major teleco’s, and network partners including Ericsson, Nokia, Dimension Data and CISCO which enables us to support a mines:
• Fleet Management
• Device Monitoring
• Environmental Data Loggers
• Mobile Devices
Operational Productivity – Mine Network Communications
Our directors and partners have more than three decades of experience in Cellular and Radio Communications that include:
• LTE Networks – Design / Plan / Test / Commissioning
• Telephony Switches
• Radio Frequency Design / Plan / Test / Commission
• Fibre Systems
• Mine-site Safety – Proximity Detection
MiningTelecoms Next Generation Private Wireless Connectivity – Industry 4.0 with Wi-Fi 6
One network for all applications
Organisations in the past that have tried using IT-based wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi 4-5, Wi-Fi MESH or even Bluetooth (for shorter distances), for operational critical connectivity rapidly realize their limitations. While, Wi-Fi 5 is perfectly suited for office-type communications and will continue to be used in these applications, it is not designed, nor is its performance suitable, for critical communications. Security was a key concern with wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth, which have been shown to be easily hackable. In contrast, MiningTelecoms “Private Access Network for Industry” (PANI4)” provides a high speed, highly secure, extended capacity network solution designed from the ground.