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3D-P begins network upgrade at Wyoming coal mine

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3D-P has been selected to perform a complete network overhaul at a Wyoming coal mine. To meet the demand for coal, its customer is increasing its fleet size, meaning that the expansion requires an improved, highly reliable network.

Partnering with the customer, 3D-P developed a cost-effective plan that incorporates their existing infrastructure. This sustainable approach has allowed the mine to utilise its previous capital expenditure, rather than having to recycle and repurpose older technology.

Continuously changing topology, interference, contention, and security issues can make for challenging deployments. As such, the company’s network philosophy is to take a phased approach. First understand the environment. Next, it takes a deep dive into existing and future applications the mine’s network will need to support. Lastly, and with the customer, 3D-P selects the best technology to achieve ira client’s needs within their budget. For this mine, 3D-P is deploying a peer-to-peer meshing solution, allowing them to have increased coverage and connectivity, ensuring better data tracking and metrics for years to come.

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