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Smarter Asset Management in the Forestry Sector with SPOT Satellite Technology

David Milord | August 31, 2020 | Asset Tracking

Canada’s forestry sector is made up of a complex, interconnected network of forestry companies, cooperatives and supply chains that share a common goal – to simplify and build efficiencies into their operations. Since most forestry operations encompass remote regions without the availability of reliable cellular networks, ensuring seamless satellite-based communications between workers and assets is critical. Forward-thinking forestry companies and cooperatives are turning to SPOT for Business satellite solutions, including SPOT Trace and SPOT Mapping, and in the process are finding innovative new ways to operate.

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Satellite Solutions from SPOT for Worker Safety and Security in the Mining and Minerals Industry

Greg Crosby | April 24, 2020 | Lone Worker

In the mining and minerals industry, ensuring worker safety and security can be very challenging particularly when new operations are launched in remote, unfamiliar regions of the world. 

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Satellite Technology Within the Maritime Industry

Diego Mejia | April 23, 2020 | Lone Worker

Satellite technology is applicable in a variety of business uses. For one client, buoys provide valuable input into the state of ocean currents, to provide routing strategies and in some cases, safer passage.

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IoT in The Maritime Industry

Claudia Smith | April 09, 2020 | IoT

With large expected growth, the maritime industry is poised for an upgrade in its technology. Route optimization, maintenance costs and asset tracking are some of benefits of IoT technology.

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Best Practices for Loss Prevention and Asset Management in Canada’s Grape and Wine Sector

Vytas Vaitkus | March 13, 2020 | Asset Tracking

The grape and wine sector, part of the broader Agri-Tech industry, is a highly competitive marketplace in which operators are always looking for ways to streamline operations and grow their bottom line.

Like many other asset-intensive resource industries in Canada, the grape and wine sector conducts operations in areas where cellular networks may be unavailable or unreliable. This is especially challenging when it comes to asset monitoring and management which are vital to security and operations.

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Oil and Gas Frac Sand Tracking Solutions

Andy Gensch | March 05, 2020 | Asset Tracking

For the oil and gas industry, tracking valuable assets like frac sand is a key business priority. Luckily, Globalstar has solutions for tracking and reporting.

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Pulp & Paper (SPOT Trace)

Greg Crosby | February 18, 2020 | Asset Tracking

The pulp and paper industry conducts operations in some of Canada’s most challenging and remote locations – areas that are often off-the-cellular grid or where connectivity is unreliable at best. But some forward-thinking companies are turning to satellite technology to meet critical operational and connectivity needs.

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Scientists Utilize Satellite Technology to Track Icebergs in The Arctic

Todd West | February 04, 2020 | Lone Worker

The SmartOne Solar is a device being used for to track information on ocean currents and to predict iceberg locations for safer trade routes. This device provides up to 10 years of data for researchers as it is powered by the sun, and the ideal IoT device to provide excellent remote monitoring and tracking of icebergs.

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Satellite Solutions for the Maritime Industry

Claudia Smith | October 28, 2019 | Lone Worker

Globalstar satellite solutions can address several issues facing maritime businesses including personal safety and asset tracking. Beyond mobile satellite voice and data services, Globalstar also offers SPOT for Business, an affordable and reliable solution specifically designed to address the needs of the maritime industry.

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The Solutions that Stick

David Chalona | September 17, 2019 | Emergency Preparedness

Adapting to organizational safety requirements starts and stops with adoption. Whether it’s attire, sensors, tracking, communication or PPE of some other nature, the proper use and long-term adoption are key to the success of the program. These 4 steps will give those responsible for building safety and those accountable for enforcing the safety the tools, support, and partnership to make this safety solution stick.

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