CSIRO’s Data61 has opened its Robotics Innovation Centre in Queensland, dedicated to advance the robotics and autonomous systems industry that could be worth $23 billion by 2025.
Drone technology is becoming an increasingly common sight at mines. Safe to Work talks to three companies working in the space to discover how they help make mining safer.
CSIRO has developed a smelting process that allows soluble phosphate to be produced from low value ores, eliminating hazardous waste and improving environmental sustainability.
Mine Site Technologies (MST) Global is pioneering communication by making it possible through deep rocks. Chief executive Haydn Roberts speaks to Vanessa Zhou about the possibilities of the future mine.
Hitachi has joined forces with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to develop technologies for mining equipment.
Fortescue Metals Group has agreed to fund CSIRO’s hydrogen R&D and select technologies for the next five years.
Autonomous drone startup Emesent has raised $3.5 million for its Hovermap system for underground mining.
A $218 million research organisation designed to develop mineral-discovery technologies has been launched by South Australian Energy and Mining Minister Dan van Holst Pellekaan.
Researchers at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) have extracted and produced gold using a non-toxic chemical process in an Australian first. Australian Mining speaks with project lead Paul Breuer to find out more.
BHP has awarded a new power generation and dewatering rental contract to Babylon Pump & Power, effective for at least six months.
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has extracted and produced gold using a non-toxic chemical process free of cyanide and mercury use.
Australian universities are to collaborate with major mining companies on a new government-funded training centre called the Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Training Centre (ARC Training Centre).
There are a series of stakeholders that mining companies need to deliver social outcomes to. Deloitte’s Ian Sanders tells Australian Mining how they can achieve this.
A new development from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) could significantly reduce copper waste.
Artemis has begun drilling of a super-deep hole that at its full depth of 3300m will become the deepest diamond drill hole in Australia.
Mining services company Ausdrill has launched operation of an x-ray technology that the CSIRO hopes will revolutionise a 500-year-old method for detecting and analysing unseen gold.
Artemis Resources’ plan to launch an exploration program on the 47K Patch gold-bearing conglomerates in the Pilbara has been approved by the Western Australian mines department.
A national survey on citizen attitudes toward mining shows that three-quarters of Australians think mining companies should gain consent from local communities before development.
Artemis Resources has been granted approvals for processing of a 4500 tonne bulk sample from its Radio Hill plant south of Karratha, Western Australia.
Artemis Resources will team up with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to investigate gold mineralisation at the explorer’s Karratha mining tenement in the Pilbara, Western Australia.