Greater demand for connectivity means that, today, it is simply not enough to offer a one-size-fits-all solution. Each yacht has a set of personalised demands dependant on a variety of factors; where it plans to sail, how often the owner is onboard, and what kind of entertainment they wish to install are all potential influencers. [SuperYacht Technology (magazine)]
When Osborne Construction, a top British construction company, wanted to reduce the network setup times and network delays at its construction sites, it turned to Onwave, a partner of Plover Bay Technologies. Using Plover Bay’s next generation Internet connectivity technology (SD-WAN), Onwave helps Osborne to rapidly deploy high-speed internet at construction sites across the UK, enabling teams to connect from remote areas under challenging internet conditions.
Pioneering Spirit, the world’s largest ship needed a way to stay online at all times, whether it’s out in the ocean on a decommissioning project or moored by the shore. Having connectivity is crucial for the safety of the crew, amongst other things. So a solution where they can make use of all available connections is of paramount importance.
In February 2014, following a devastating storm, the Dawlish railway tracks in Devon, England collapsed and were left hanging in mid-air. A national emergency was declared. The railway had to be repaired and train service restored within a two-month deadline.
Trellisworks, a leading networking solution provider, was put in charge of coming up with a construction communications solution that could be deployed in such an inaccessible environment and withstand challenging weather conditions.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology was chosen to participate in NASA’s annual planetary rover competition. They sought to gain a competitive advantage by forming an unbreakable connection between the rover and mission control. With the help of Peplink technology, they went on to take second place in this prestigious event.