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2/1/2012 - Technology NewsMedium frequency communications systems do not require a powered underground infrastructure to be installed for operation, and may therefore provide a higher degree of survivability after a mine disaster than other types of systems.
Technology News 547 - Cost-Effective, Off-the-Shelf Wireless Links for Surface Integrated Mine Emergency Communications12/1/2011 - Technology NewsA surface network system using off-the-shelf components successfully established strategic communications links in a limited mine-simulated environment. The system could be expanded to link other communication devices and a command center.
Technology News 543 - Reverse Implementation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology for Personnel Tracking in Underground Mines9/1/2011 - Technology NewsPossible benefits of the use of reverse RFID for personnel tracking are: improvements in accuracy, the ability to interface to a variety of mine communications infrastructures, better system survivability, and easier installation and maintenance.
9/1/2004 - Technology NewsThe "Emergency Communication Triangle" safety talk focuses on the content of emergency warning messages. It presents a procedure using mental cues that can be used by senders and receivers of emergency warnings.