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Training simulators ensure mine safety and productivity
Underground mining offers enticing benefits but also grave safety risks. Immersive Technologies’ training simulators ensure companies have both covered.
DataCloud blasts resource evaluation into new ground
Real-time subsurface evaluation of resources has become a reality through DataCloud’s combination of geoscience expertise and technological prowess.
Driving the mining sector ‘mini boom’ in Queensland
The Mine Spec 4WD specialist team at FleetCrew are powered up for Queensland’s forecast ‘mini boom’.
Diesel engine oil: Which one to choose?
Diesel engine oils: To remain on API CI-4 engine oil service classification, or transition to API CK-4 performance level? That is the question.
Modular maintenance guides Liebherr aftersales service
Liebherr-Australia’s modular maintenance program is cutting downtime in half for some mining companies. Here, the company explains why it uses this aftersales approach to maintenance.
Humble European company focuses on Australian market
From two people in Belgium to a global supplier of industrial equipment parts, TVH has become an established part of the Australian marketplace.
How to take advantage of artificial intelligence in the mining industry
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making waves by disrupting almost every aspect of our lives, business and industry, and mining is no exception.
Technology trends drive mining’s future
Rapid technological change is affecting what we mine, especially as many developing economies can now skip some of the stages of modernisation that advanced economies have been through.
Handling the pressure: ESS unveils the safest air cannon yet
The build-up of materials in bulk storage systems is a common bulk materials handling issue. When silos and bunkers accumulate material around their perimeters, it can slow operations down or even stop bulk material flow altogether.
Axeing the hidden costs of mining operation
Paul Cobbin of Hydroflux urges mining companies to make sludge disposal a forethought before it costs them big bucks.
Sustainable mining a must to meet demand
Industrial recycling — creating value from waste — is fast becoming a necessity and increasingly presents both incredible business opportunities and environmentally sound practice, writes Dan Webber, CDE regional manager Australasia.
Hitachi commits to Australia for the long haul
Hitachi Construction Machinery continues to make waves in the mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector with the release of new models in its mining fleet.
Breathing quality air underground
The daily contact underground workers have with harsh mining environments requires that companies consider all essential parts of mine ventilation. With 20 years’ experience, Minova provides the optimum protection mining needs.
State-of-the-art processing plant under installation at Centrex Metals’ phosphate site
Australian mining company Centrex Metals has partnered with CDE Meta to deliver a state-of-the-art wet processing plant, currently under installation at the Ardmore site in Queensland.
Technology set to support jobs
One of Australia’s leading innovators in mine site automation suggests the technology is more likely to support the jobs of workers rather than take them away.
May the force be with you
A 21-strong team at Mobile Energy Australia powers up a range of mining equipment maintenance activities with one sturdy compressor.
Hilliard brakes through Australian market
Hilliard Corporation is well known in the United States and South American mining industries, but has also emerged as a prominent Tier 2 supplier for plant and equipment installations in Australia.
Downstream efficiencies driven by practical innovation
Following proven success in North America, Dyno Nobel has officially rolled out its industry leading, Differential Energy technology to some major Western Australian mine sites, with further testing and site conversions to follow.
BMC embarks on a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’
As BMC Minerals revels in the prospects of its Kudz Ze Kayah project, Alex Gluyas discusses what the Yukon site means for the company’s future with chief executive Scott Donaldson.
Mine technology push means new approaches to digitisation
As mining companies increasingly look to new technologies to improve their productivity, they are starting to think differently about how they approach digitisation and automation.