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A lot has changed in the industry since the beginning of 2020 and the movement isn’t about to stop. Redmap chief executive Ben Woolley weighs in on the sweeping changes that are set to arrive and evolve the sector.
Envirosuite is combining artificial and human intelligence to create environmental intelligence, using meaningful data to make educated decisions for the best operational and social outcomes.
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Metso and Outotec are on the verge of combining into a minerals processing powerhouse. Ben Creagh explores what this, along with Metso’s vision for autonomous mineral processing, means for mining.
Emerging risk analysis tools that incorporate artificial and human intelligence are revolutionising the risk process.
Autonomous equipment has emerged in some areas of mining, but minerals processing remains a sector where uptake of the technology has been limited. That’s not to say it isn’t possible.
As oil and gas companies face increased pressure to maximise equipment efficiency, InEight has responded with software that minimises cost surprises and asset downtime.
Newcrest Mining has rolled out Microsoft cloud, artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies at its Cadia Valley gold mine to monitor and manage crushed ore bin levels.
InEight has combined artificial intelligence (AI) and human intelligence (HI) to create its next generation planning and scheduling module, InEight Basis.
BDO has revealed the major changes it predicts will shake up Australia’s mining sector by 2023, with electric equipment expected to make a significant impact.
Many of us would assume that advances in robotics, automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning would have been driven by the mining industry, due to the remote mine sites, the hazardous nature of the work and the high costs of labour and transport.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making waves by disrupting almost every aspect of our lives, business and industry, and mining is no exception.
Technology is changing how mining companies can manage risk. But is the industry tech-ready to prepare for the diverse risks it now faces? Ben Creagh finds out.
An era of analytics and artificial intelligence is emerging in mining, but how do companies make the most of the opportunities?
Mitsui & Co has invested in Position Partners to accelerate digital transformation in the resource sector, strengthening the $15 billion investment it has made in Australia in the last decade.
Mining companies must navigate a market characterised by constant disruption and changing community expectations, according to Deloitte’s Tracking the Trends 2019.
Gold miner Newcrest Mining has ramped up its focus on developing digital operations through a partnership in India.
Deloitte’s 2018 Human Capital Trends report is the most extensive to date, with input from more than 11,000 businesses and HR leaders around the world, including 952 from the global energy and resources (E&R) industry.
In an effort to improve production in tough market conditions, Woodside Petroleum is investing heavily in artificial intelligence.