Mining projects include many moving parts and often connectivity can become an afterthought. But when you consider the impact of downtime on your project budget and operations, it is obvious why you need a reliable, resilient and consistent connectivity solution. Orion’s connectivity solutions are designed with this in mind.

  • Budget

    To ensure you get the connectivity your next project needs, plan ahead. By determining your project needs and how they will change during a project life cycle, you can influence your budget and get a connectivity solution that caters to this. Working to the wrong budget can result in a solution being deployed that isn’t fit for purpose, which has consequences on your operations, your staff and, ultimately, your project cost.

  • Continuity

    With staff on site and timelines to meet, you need a solution that offers constant connection with minimal risk of downtime. We understand that when your connectivity fails, your site grinds to a costly halt. Our satellites offer strong network resilience with exceptionally low downtime, ensuring you remain connected and operational.

  • Reliability

    As part of a global network and with more than 20 years’ experience in Australia, we have established a reputation as a reliable provider. Our mining solutions come with our standard SLAs to ensure you have the support and service you need.

What our mining customers day

Camp connectivity to ensure ongoing operations

We really needed a stable and reliable link. Orion had already provided connection for five remote sites and as our MSP, had a very strong understanding of the API operational infrastructure. This led to them tailoring the high speed, high availability SD-WAN solution.- Ian Plant, ICT Coordinator, API Management
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