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Sky Vision To Showcase Its Mining Solutions For Mining Industry At The Mining INDABA Expo

by Caroline Vutagwa
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SkyVision Global Networks Ltd, a leading global communications solutions provider, today announced the launch of its end to end solutions specifically suited for the mining industry.

This solution will be showcased in Cape Town in the Mining INDABA Conference & Exposition. These solutions are offered over a wide range of connectivity platforms including: satellite/hybrid networks, portable satellite phones and data terminals, WiFi distribution and wireless connectivity solutions.

With safety as the industry’s first priority, SkyVision realizes that consistent, real-time information flow in routine or emergency situations is the key to ensuring smooth, seamless operations. Complying with industry safety standards and a wide range of solutions for the miner’s welfare are key in this industry, therefore, SkyVision solutions fully comply with these standards.

Mining INDABA is the ideal platform for SkyVision to network and present its solutions into the fast-growing mining industry, particularly in Africa, where the company has a broad customer base and strong local presence.

SkyVision has linked up with local partners and representatives, and SkyVision offices in Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, Senegal, Guinea, Morocco, Uganda and Burkina Faso, to complete the product. It has also partnered with the company’s hubs and PoPs situated across Africa, providing seamless VSAT and fiber connectivity to customers requiring communications to Africa and within Africa.

“SkyVision has been serving the mining industry in Africa for many years now, and offers solutions that meet the entire life cycle of the mining site,” said Ofer Farkash, SkyVision Product Manager. “Our portfolio includes solutions which range from telecommunication solutions suited specifically for small exploration expeditions up to the entire communication requirements of mining sites hosting thousands of miners and contractors involved in diverse operations.”

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