Commodity market volatility is continually putting pressure on mining companies to achieve greater operational efficiencies to meet tighter margins and ensure a larger bottom line.

This capital-intensive market is undergoing significant adoption of networked equipment to support automation, remote monitoring, and predictive maintenance applications from big data analytics. These trends create a need for high-performance wireless connectivity of the industrial IoT to support this convergence of information and operational technologies (IT and OT).

 “A dedicated [OnGo] LTE network will provide the network infrastructure for automation applications to achieve greater safety and efficiency metrics of mining operations. Furthermore, with increasing cybersecurity threats to mining industries, a private LTE network will isolate threat actors over public or macro networks.”

Harbor Research InternationalThe Private LTE Opportunity for Industrial and Commercial IoT

How does OnGo make a difference?

Mining operations extend underground and over large geographic areas, allowing for high power base stations to be deployed for cost-effective OnGo deployments. OnGo offers the reliability that ensure uninterrupted communication with mining equipment. With OnGo it is possible to use available shared spectrum instead of hard-to-get licensed spectrum.

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