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.
Children in a remote Island in the South Pacific Ocean go unvaccinated because of logistical challenges in distributing medical supplies over treacherous terrain.
Albania’s prominent fishing culture generates a demand for a reliable monitoring system for accurate fishing vessel reporting.
Home to many diverse peoples and wildlife, the Kenyan savannah is monitored by community rangers who historically had to rely on a patchy network of radio and cell towers to stay connected.
Meteorological research requires access to a constant stream of oceanographic data, including sensors located in oceans across the globe.