The American iron and steel industry is an integral part of the U.S. economy, attributing more than $520 billion USD. According to the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, “Steel is the material of choice for many elements of manufacturing, construction, transportation, and various consumer products” (Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy). The reason steel is often the number one choice of metal for manufacturers is because of its intrinsic durability and recyclability, making it a critical industry for production.

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The mining industry is a source of international economic activity, with revenues of over 500 billion USD. It requires minute precision to move tons of rocks on machines, and any mistake in the finely tuned process can lead to major consequences in the mining operations.

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Digitizing the Oil and Gas Industry

The oil and gas industry is turning towards digital communication technologies to develop more efficient ways for communication, remote monitoring, and real-time asset management on oil rigs and oil fields. For oil and gas industry operators, a move to the digital era will offer the potential to accelerate productivity, improve operational efficiency, and provide superior protection to workers. To seize these opportunities, operators look for communication solutions that can help improve operations, safety, reduce operational costs, and manage risk more effectively.

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The Communication Industry is changing with the internet of things and businesses are looking for new ways to manage communication and data together to enhance efficiencies in almost all industries.

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