Mining, metals and materials companies have increased their investment in automation and technological innovation by embracing new opportunities to improve productivity.
Rockwell Automation has conducted research covering workforce trends, mining advancements and how they all converge to shape the industry for the future.
Mining, metals and materials companies have increased their investment in automation and technological innovation in recent years.
In a sector where automation requires different ways of working, collaborating and engaging, leaders must also change to retain and attract talent. BHP vice president Rag Udd explains how the mining giant achieves this.
The technology company has answers to one of the biggest challenges in mining at the moment: how to effectively use data.
Aveva explains why the company is at the forefront of the digital transformation in mining.
We’ve reached a tipping point in the mining sector, with availability and demand colliding to drive the next wave of digital investment, says Rockwell Automation MD ANZ Scott Wooldridge.
An Ernst & Young report has named the licence to operate as the leading risk facing the mining and metals industries over the next two years.
South32 has signed a three-year strategic partnership agreement with GE to assist in developing the company’s digital transformation.