Ian Procyk has a rich history in wireless and explains the importance of Wi-Fi 6 in today’s world of 5G and other wireless protocols.
Autonomous haulage, dozing and drilling are all becoming mature parts of the mining operation. Bruce Frederick gives us an update on how the communications infrastructure and architecture is evolving alongside of it.
People are still the primary resource of every industrial environment. How they communicate with each other, how they access the right information and how they work efficiently are addressed by these industrial hybrid work use cases.
Cisco's Fleet management and Autonomous and remote control solutions provide worker safety, protect assets and the environment and improve production.
Is Klaus Schwab’s vision of a fourth industrial revolution actually happening? The changes we're seeing in the energy and mining industries are more than just systematic improvements, they are truly changing the way industry works.
Consolidating expertise and leveraging experts across multiple mines and facilities is an attractive proposition. Some mining companies are doing just that with regional operations centers. Don Leyn shows us how.
The wireless technology that has unquestionably experienced the most buzz in recent years is 5G and LTE. Cisco is working with mining companies to deliver an as a service model into mine sites that provides central administration but local operation.