White paper: Video Conferencing Infrastructure

The white paper explains how mobile devices, Wi-Fi networks, video conferencing and telepresence infrastructure ties together. Without networks and supporting infrastructure your mobile video devices have limited value. This white paper will therefore focus what you need in addition to the mobile devices and the Wi-Fi networks. In short, it gives a complete overview of the infrastructure, software and service providers you need for a successful deployment of mobile video conferencing systems and mobile devices in hazardous areas. Read more here.

Published on 03/08/2016, Author: Andreas Parr Bjørnsund, Business Development Manager

White paper: A Picture Says a Thousand Words

The white paper explains the benefits of using video collaboration technologies to save time, money and effort as well as increasing efficiency for hazardous areas. Having excellent audio and video communication is an important piece of integrated operations (IO). Integrated operations is digitalizing of oil-related operations, and offers smarter, faster and safer operations which is exactly what mobile telepresence offers. The ROI from mobile telepresence in the field is easily demonstrated. Read more here.

Published on 25/08/2012, Author: Andreas Parr Bjørnsund, Business Development Manager


White paper: Wi-Fi for Hazardous Areas

The white paper has revealed that a wireless networks can reduce network deployment costs, increase safety, and enable integrated operations. Wi-Fi is the standard for mission critical information and Wi-Fi is now used widely. Having IECEx and ATEX certified wireless networks reduces cable costs, increases flexibility, security and reliability. The cost/benefit of introducing wireless networks is even greater in hazardous and offshore environments, where cables, throughputs, glands and manpower are very expensive. Read more here.

Published on 25/08/2012, Author: Tobias Rokseth, Support Director

White paper: Mobile Devices in Hazardous Areas

The white paper discuss the obvious benefits of having access to a smart and powerful mobile device for hazardous areas. Mobile technology increases efficiency and saves both travel costs and time. In addition, the availability of third party apps, service and maintenance tools and ERP solutions adds value to the user. Since a smartphone is equipped with powerful processors, sensors and software, it can be used for a wide range of tasks, effectively replacing many tools that is used in hazardous areas today. Read more here.

Published on March 16th 2015. Author: Andreas Parr Bjørnsund, Business Development Manager