Rescue operations require reliable, easy-to-operate communications ensuring the safety and security of both the injured party and the rescuers, especially in areas outside of cellular coverage.
Iridium® Push-To-Talk Interoperability Enables Quick and Safe Deployment of Remote Construction Teams
Utility companies building pipelines in isolated locations require reliable connectivity for construction crews working across vast regions and centralized base teams, but existing land-based solutions suffer from coverage outages and signal fade in remote areas.
Companies building utilities infrastructure in remote locations require secure, mobile, and reliable communications for workers and mobile safety personnel, but custom terrestrial networks are costly, prone to weather interference, and can disturb local environments.
Research and test expeditions require reliable communications ensuring the safety and well-being of the explorers and their research.
Positive Train Control systems designed to prevent collisions rely primarily on radio communications, but safety and regulatory compliance require solutions when radio communications are not available.
One of the world’s largest oil and gas service companies required a reliable solution to remotely operate an oil rig without the use of an expensive sub-sea wired connection.
Off-road rally races require clear, reliable communications ensuring the safety of both the competitors and the rally producers.
Offshore oil and gas rigs require maintenance and emissions monitoring to comply with various regulations.
A remote Arctic island presents opportunities for innovative scientific research but is inaccessible and disconnected.