Syntony GNSS, Ramjack partner for global mining operations solutions

July 16, 2020  - By

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Syntony GNSS, a designer and manufacturer of software-baed navigation and GPS coverage extension, has partnered with Ramjack Technology Solutions, a specialized system integrator for advanced technologies in the global mining market, with the goal of driving connectivity in global mining operations.

Syntony innovations extend GPS coverage into previously inaccessible spaces, giving mining operations relentlessly reliable connectivity. This partnership will allow Ramjack Technology Solutions to further introduce enhanced connectivity into even the most rugged of global mining operations, the companies said.

“Ramjack is very excited about our partnership with Syntony and the opportunity to bring this groundbreaking technology to the mining industry,” said Mike Jackson, president and CEO at Ramjack Technology Solutions. “The need for accurate underground tracking — and the convenience of being able to use the industry-standard GPS chipsets — is a huge advantage and one that we’ve been waiting for in mining for a very long time. We’re encouraged by Syntony’s commitment to the mining industry and look forward to showing our customers how they can continue to enhance safety and production performance.”

Syntony also looks forward to the partnership.

“We’re pleased to be joining forces with Ramjack to bring our technology to the mining industry,” said Joel Korsakissok, CEO at Syntony GNSS. “We value their intrinsic understanding of integrated technologies and how to ensure advanced technology provides mines with the ultimate competitive advantage, with safety and optimisation always at the forefront. Our sophisticated solutions are perfect for their portfolio.”

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