Automated Monitoring of Critical Infrastructure

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On-prem and cloud-based monitoring of tailings dams and open-pit mines


“We believe that cloud monitoring is going to be common market practice within the next five to 10 years.”

Rail monitoring with LoRa star IoT technology: your queries answered


Several sectors could benefit from remote monitoring. I really believe that it improves operational capacity.

Tunnel monitoring: cost-effective monitoring in hydrological projects


Monitoring is important for hydrological tunnel projects because many of them involve digging massive tunnels under built-up areas.

Tunnel monitoring with LoRa star technology: your queries answered


This blog answers some of the questions from a free webinar in May 2021 on LoRa star for tunnel monitoring.

ShapeArray with Loadsensing: the ultimate question-and-answer list


Loadsensing’s wide integration capabilities increased in February when Worldsensing unveiled a partnership with Measurand Instruments.

Wireless rail monitoring questions: Loadsensing features and benefits


What can help is the range of the wireless and the possibility to operate without the need for permanent power.

Why we see endorsement of ERMA as a big deal for Europe and mining


At Worldsensing, we seek to transform assets into climate-resilient critical infrastructure.

How wireless sensor networks can benefit the UK’s upcoming rail buildout


LoRa networks installed along railtracks can form the basis for early warning systems to help improve passenger safety.

We told you to ask anything. Here are your questions and our answers

Critical Infrastructure

LoRaWAN is the most adaptive technology for our sensors, due to the low power and long-range benefits.

Digital transformation of mines: insights from Vale


The benefits of LPWANs like LoRaWAN include low cost [and] better protection against vandalism at some sites.

Digital transformation of mines webinar: answering the questions of IT and transformation leaders in mines


Loadsensing is the simplest way to collect tailings dam stability readings in near real-time.

PART 4 – Remote monitoring of tailings dams Q&A series: sensor and security queries


Loadsensing nodes are also data loggers, so they can store up to 200,000 readings from a single sensor.


How monitoring can help make tailings dams safer

This ebook, written by our mining and IoT experts, will help you understand the new challenges and solutions in tailings dam monitoring.