Primary, or semi-permanent networks provide long-term stability, but they take a long time to get set up, and construction sites can't afford delays. A temporary network that checks all the communication boxes can bridge the gap and enable effective construction site connectivity solutions so that crews can work more efficiently.
Effective construction site solutions need to factor in:
- Security. Wireless routers and networks can share data securely across job sites and with the home office. Secure networks ensure that every employee works with the same real-time information, helping to avoid costly project delays.
- Mobility. Workers need to communicate with project managers on their site and workers on other sites to track assets and project updates. Rugged smartphone walkie-talkie solutions ensure that workers can communicate at the push of a button, even with gloves on. On-site employees can also access video communications and share documents.
Just because a construction site is remote doesn't mean it needs to be plagued by communications hiccups, project delays and cost overruns. A temporary network provides comprehensive and effective construction site solutions that can provide connectivity until a permanent solution can be put in place. Most of all, it provides connectivity, which affords workers the advantages of digitization without interruptions and facilitates productivity.
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