Altra Motion’s brand Svendborg Brakes is equipping its new and existing brakes with future facing technologies, as the company pioneers innovations such as data mining and the Industrial Internet of Things.
Mining companies are acutely aware of the risks and challenges that tailings storage facilities (TSFs) pose and understand that a rupture or failure can result in significant consequences such as loss of life, environmental damage, impact their social license to operate and ESG rating, and may encounter possible financial hardship.
Rio Tinto’s Future Minds Accelerator program has provided future skills courses to kindergarten to year 12 students and educators in Western Australia.
Hitachi in partnership with Wenco International Mining Systems has developed a monitoring program ConSite Mine, to solve problems by remotely monitoring mine machines 24/7.
The adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the mining sector has highlighted the lack of skills needed to deploy it, according to Inmarsat research program, the Rise of IoT in Mining.
Inmarsat research finds 85 per cent organisations struggle to access reliable connectivity for IoT projects across their mine sites.
The latest research study conducted by Inmarsat has found that the global mining sector is undergoing an Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, with respondents reporting significant increases in adoption of connected technologies.
Vega Australia has expanded its product range to cater to all facets of the mining industry, ensuring companies have access to quality level measurement for gases, liquids and solids.
Managing tailings storage from mines has come a long way, especially during the past decade. Inmarsat’s tailings dam monitoring solution is at the forefront of this new way of management.
Austmine talks to several of its member companies about how fleet management services have evolved in the three decades since the founding of the industry body.
Aspen Technology has acquired Mnubo, a Montreal provider of purpose-built artificial intelligence and analytics infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Sandvik is bolstering its automation and digitalisation offering through the purchase of mining technology company Newtrax.
The Connected Mine uses advanced analytics to help mining companies collect and aggregate data to gain end-to-end visibility into their operations and make informed business decisions to improve mining operations.
Rema Edge, a new Internet of Things (IoT) solution from the Rema Tip Top Technologies group of products has been transmitting live conveyor performance data from a test-site at a Hunter Valley coal mine since Thursday March 21 2019.
Data is everywhere and mining is no exception. From haul truck performance to staff schedules and everything in between, there’s an overwhelming amount of information available.
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.
The opportunities with new technologies are endless and the capability of Cat product to connect remotely is leading the way in technology solutions for mining and exploration.
Aveva’s Phil Ciezak talks with Australian Mining about what the evolution of asset performance management means for mining.
The vast potential of IIoT is finally giving industrial companies the ability to control their business performance in real time and drive operational profitability improvements – safely and sustainably.
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.