Omnitronics to supply and install enterprise radio dispatch system to Rio Tinto
Omnitronics has been awarded a contract to supply and install its omnicore enterprise radio dispatch system to mining company Rio Tinto in Western Australia.
The management system will be supplied to the Rio Tinto operations centre in Perth, Western Australia, connecting local radio dispatch operators to remote mine sites some 1600 kilometres away. It is due to be installed later this year.
Rio Tinto is a mining and metals company operating in about 35 countries around the world and comprises an integrated network of more than 16 mines in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia. Omnicore features high availability and redundancy options, specifically important to business-critical operations that rely on continuous uptime to keep business running and workers safe.
In addition, the dispatch console is developed to continue working even in the event of server(s) becoming unavailable, thus further reducing overall business downtime potential. The system is available to global customers in mining, government, public safety, enterprise, maritime, transport and other mission-critical industries.
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