Designing and delivering the connected infrastructure of the future

Unifying diverse communications platforms and tools is the key to delivering stronger, simpler and smarter critical communications which enables organisations to protect communities, power cities, move citizens and harness energy resources. As smart technologies become more prevalent, telemetry systems and the data they send is becoming more important than ever. By using a private, wireless network, organisations can combine both voice and data communications across a single communications infrastructure.

How Smart Communications is helping power the development of IoT applications in utilities

With market dynamics changing rapidly, utilities companies around the world are facing more demands than ever to improve efficiency and utilisation, as well as a growing requirement to integrate disparate technologies. Access to real-time measurement data in operational decision-making, and the ability to detect and manage diverse networks, are the new value propositions delivered by the deployment of smart telemetry systems and other IoT-enabled technology.

Leveraging Smart Telemetry Systems for the Water Sector

Water companies need to embrace new communications alternatives that move away from an overreliance on aging and potentially vulnerable technologies to more secure networks. Access to real-time measurement data in operational decision-making, and the ability to detect and manage operational events, are the new value propositions enabled through the deployment of smart telemetry systems.

Delivering Smart Grid Technologies for Mission Critical Data Communications in the Oil and Gas Sector

Setting up a communications infrastructure to support reliable low-band data transmission can be challenging for oil and gas companies which operate in environments where cellular coverage can be intermittent and installing wired networks has significant cost implications. Low band data communications operating over unified networks offers a smarter way of working with telemetry, remote control, monitoring and M2M communications, enabling increased insight and management over systems and resources.

The Automation Revolution: How Smarter Grids will transform the future utilities landscape

How smart grid technologies and developments in connectivity and software capabilities will transform the way utility providers operate

Is unified communications the key to protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure?

Many utilities providers are ill-prepared for the new wave of cyber threats because they continue to operate legacy systems or a mix of public and private networks. Connecting legacy equipment that was built without Internet connectivity in mind is especially challenging for security and each new device opens a door that requires closing. Boosting mission critical security can be achieved by bringing together new technologies on a unified network that also allows utilities companies to benefit from smart grid management and control functionality.

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