Epiroc finance manager Claudia Ledesma provides an inside look into the company’s journey to become a standalone company, and what the equipment manufacturer has achieved so far.
The electrification of mines is not only good for the environment, but could improve project economics and strengthen licence to operate, according to mining executives from Australia and overseas.
Epiroc has rolled out the SmartROC D65 surface drill rig, which enables drilling of entire drill patterns without the need for an operator.
The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is set to make batteries not only part of its underground machinery, but also the service it provides mining companies.
Epiroc has revealed its ‘6th sense’ approach, combining digitisation and automation to boost the productivity, sustainability and safety of machinery.
Through Epiroc, Australian mining companies now have access to the Mobilaris Mining Intelligence (MMI) software solution.
Epiroc has introduced the fifth generation of the Rig Control System (RCS) for Pit Viper blasthole drilling rigs, a development it considers to be the “next evolutionary step” towards fully autonomous mining.
OZ Minerals plans to incorporate advanced digitalisation technology at its underground Carrapateena operation thanks to a partnership with Epiroc and Mobilaris.
Epiroc creates a work environment that demonstrates its core values of innovation, collaboration and commitment for all employees.
The 2019 Australian Mining Prospect Awards, the annual event celebrating the mining industry’s top talent, is accepting nominations for each category until August 9.
Finance manager Claudia Ledesma discusses in the latest video from Epiroc what inspires her about working for the company and being in the industry.
BHP’s introduction of autonomous equipment at the $4.5 billion South Flank iron ore project in the Pilbara is under way.
Epiroc has unveiled its second generation of battery-operated machines that have been designed to lower costs and make underground mining a healthier work environment.
Epiroc continues with its string of acquisitions with the takeover of Innovative Mining Products in Johannesburg in South Africa for an undisclosed amount.
You could call Epiroc’s Mobilaris Mining Intelligence (MMI) software ‘visionary’ and you’d be right in both the figurative and literal sense. It gives an underground mining operation the ability to see every asset – human or machine – located on the site.
Epiroc has acquired 34 per cent of Autonomous Solution Inc.’s subsidiary, the provider of technology solutions for autonomous fleets ASI Mining, in an undisclosed amount.
The 2018 Australian Mining Prospect Awards will take place this year at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Thursday, October 18, 2018. The event, now in its 15th year, celebrates the best and brightest of Australia’s world-renowned mining industry across 13 sponsored award categories.
Epiroc is rolling out the Minetruck MT2200, which has been developed to boost underground haulage capacity and efficiency of global mining operations.
As Epiroc looks to an autonomous future in mining, the company reflects on the Australian project that has set a strong foundation in this area.
Epiroc’s Per Lindberg and Helena Hedblom describe the company’s plans in mining ahead of its split from Atlas Copco into a stand-alone business.