Apache Uses Radio Over IP For Radio Communications Across Northern Alberta
Apache manages a number of Oil & Gas operations across Northern Alberta. To ensure safety and reliability of their network, whilst creating operational efficiencies, they have connected the sites via Radio over IP.
Oil & Gas Operator
Radio over IP Network
– 960 Consoles
– 960 Handsets
– IPR100 RoIP Gateways
Centralized Control Of Multiple Repeater Sites
Choice of Dispatch Consoles
Centralizing Dispatch Operations Maintaining Localized Control
Spread over a wide geographical area, Apache required a cost‐effective means of centralizing the majority of their dispatch operations, whilst maintaining localized control.
Apache uses Radio over IP for Radio Communications across Northern Alberta
By connecting their repeater sites using IPR100 Gateways, the network can now run on an IP backbone. IPRdispatch consoles were then established at their central office and connected to this network.
The flexible framework also allowed more robust consoles and handsets to be set up at the larger sites for localized control.
New Sites Can Be Added Quickly And Easily
By utilizing the power of Radio over IP (RoIP), Apache now has a very flexible and reliable network that can grow with them. New sites or dispatch positions can be added quickly and easily.
Thanks to Argosy Communications for coordinating this solution.
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