Wyoming open pit coal mine expands Activemine wireless wi-fi network with second purchase

June 2009
Mining & Quarry World;Jun2009, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p8
The article reports on the second ActiveMine purchase order that Active Control Technology Inc. received by a Wyoming open pit coal mine. It states that the network coverage of the mine will be expanded with the additional wireless Wi-Fi nodes and other equipment. It says that ActiveMine's open standards-based network, which enables the deployment of a wide array of new and existing Internet protocol-based mine applications, is the firm's key feature that drives the purchase order.


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