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November 2015
Volume 67    Issue 11

Iron Ore of Canada case study; A cause for concern

Mining Engineering, 2015, Vol. 67, No. 11, pp. 41-41


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With millions of dollars and thousands of lives at stake, the Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) turned to a private wireless network for help.
IOC needed a network that possessed the ability to adapt to changes in a nanosecond and to function seamlessly in the most rugged of environments.
Canada’s largest iron ore producer required a private wireless network powerful enough to support all mine applications and deliver all data to one central point — without any existing cellular/3G/Wi-Fi coverage.  



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