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Sedna technologies creating smart African mines

by Matshepo Sehloho, Associate Editor, Connecting Africa 7/4/2023

The mining industry has in recent years been working towards accelerating its intelligent digital transformation plans to achieve green mining and high-quality development.

Mining companies have been moving towards new enabling technology solutions aimed at making local mines smarter.

One such enabling company is Sedna Industrial IT Solutions which has a vision to become the integrator of choice within the African mining industry.

https://www.connectingafrica.com/author.asp?section_id=816&doc_id=785519

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Sedna and Nokia cement LTE private wireless partnership with eye on southern Africa expansion

Africa’s industrial and mining sectors continue to benefit as Nokia and Sedna Industrial IT Solutions ramp up their 2022 LTE private wireless partnership which includes the deployment of the leading-edge Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) to expand further into southern Africa.

https://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/sedna-and-nokia-cement-lte-private-wireless-partnership-with-eye-on-southern-africa-expansion-2023-07-03

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Connected worker tech aids zero harm in mining

Mining and heavy-duty industry fatalities are common globally, with risks higher than those attendant in pushing paper. However, technological advances can positively impact these industries to ensure such occurrences become the exception, rather than the norm, explains technology solutions specialists Sedna Industrial IT Solutions director Anton Fester.

https://www.miningweekly.com/article/connected-worker-tech-aids-zero-harm-in-mining-2023-05-05

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Africa’s heavy industry can boost productivity, improve efficiencies with the power of private LTE

Demand for private LTE (pLTE) is being driven by an increasing thirst for secure and efficient edge connectivity to accommodate the growing need for automation and digital solutions across mining and industrial operations across the globe. There is a significant opportunity for African industrial sectors to grasp this flexible, safe and tailored solution to make inroads into boosting operational efficiencies, protecting workers and driving bottom line growth.

https://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/africas-heavy-industry-can-boost-productivity-improve-efficiencies-with-the-power-of-private-lte-2023-02-21

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#BizTrends2023: How digital innovation is future-proofing mining

The past year, whilst not as challenging as 2020, will be a year many will reflect on as a period when the world hasn’t put its best foot forward. Rolling power cuts, war, inflation and climate change combined to create a perfect storm of negativity, weak growth and lack of jobs and prospects. However, there are clear signs that better tidings await in 2023, thanks to significant digital advances across sectors, including primary industries in South Africa such as mining.

https://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/196/723/234871.html

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