Bradken is working on a digital simulation model that has potential to revolutionise the way grinding mills are designed and operated.
NRW Holdings has released a performance report for April 2020 that shows the company remains in good stead following a string of successful contracts and acquisitions this financial year.
This infographic explores the real truth behind the impact new technologies are having on the future of mining.
CSIRO has introduced the National Virtual Core Library (NVCL), a digitised collection of 10 million metres of drill core estimated to be archived in warehouses around Australia.
Load volume scanning technology specialist Loadscan is following global demand and expanding its operations by opening up an office in New South Wales.
Komatsu has placed its 100th air-cooled (AC) multidrive order for open-pit shovels from ABB, joining over 90 ABB AC drives already in operation on Komatsu’s customer mine sites around the world.
Utilising innovative technology to fast-track both the exploration and exploitation of mining sites is the key to success in the modern age, according to Independence Group (IGO) managing director and CEO, Peter Bradford.
For market leading explosives provider Orica, technical innovations in the mining sector are presenting an incredible array of opportunities and growth.
RPMGlobal plans to expand its Intelligent Mining (IM) suite with the launch of an Intelligent Design (D) solution that takes advantage of up-to-date enterprise technology for mining.
Mining technology company MICROMINE has stated that the integration of the company’s services with third-party systems is key for advancing mining technology.
Automated drone developer Airobotics has secured several key milestones in the past year. Australian Mining catches up with the company to see what’s next.
By monitoring blast movement, the Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project reduced misclassification and recovered $335,000 in one blast
Rio Tinto subsidiary Rio Tinto Exploration has commenced the first of geophysical airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey at the Citadel Project in its farm-in with Antipa Minerals.
When Sandvik took its next-generation automated loader for a spin through a literal maze of glass, results shattered expectations. But thankfully nothing else.
In our digitally connected world, technology is increasingly impacting and driving most industrial sectors, including mining.
Three Australian mining equipment companies are to embark on a two-week immersive course in Chile as part of government-funded body METS Ignited’s METStech Passport program.
MICROMINE will align its data management solution Geobank with IMDEX logging software to simplify and optimise the collection of data.
Nickel producer Alpha Fine Chemicals (AFC) is set to build and operate a nickel sulphate plant at Kwinana south of Perth in Western Australia.
A Komatsu ‘hackathon’ event in Brisbane entitled Komatsu: Transform Mining will allow participants to pitch their products to the engineering giant, in an opportunity that could create jobs in the Queensland mining sector.
Tech company Maptek, a software innovations provider with over 40 years of experience, has unveiled a new product called CaveLogic, designed to allow mining engineers to panel caves in a cost-effective and efficient way using 3D visualisation techniques.