What are the most dangerous pieces of software a mining company can use? If you answered spreadsheets you are on the right track.
Quick question, what’s the most dangerous piece of software a mining company can use? If you answered spreadsheets, you’d be right.
RPMGlobal has unveiled its underground metals solution optimiser edition for mine planning users on schedule – its delivery was planned before the year’s end.
While most organisations are aware they need some level of document management, they still attempt to solve this challenge by cobbling together an array of different solutions.
MICROMINE will release the Micromine 2020 software to include a series of innovative ring design tools, crucial in maximising mining production, efficiency and safety by achieving precise drill and blast results.
GroundProbe has released MonitorIQ, a platform that consolidates all monitoring data, removing the need to switch between multiple platforms.
Fitzroy Australia Resources is introducing scheduling software to help improve the productivity and safety of its Carborough Downs coal mine in Bowen Basin, Queensland.
Micromine has unveiled a bundle subscription model for its mining software solutions that will be available for new Australian customers to keep pace with industry requirements.
From two people in Belgium to a global supplier of industrial equipment parts, TVH has become an established part of the Australian marketplace.
Glencore has signed a contract that will see the implementation of a software as a service (SaaS) solution across 56 zinc sites in seven countries.
ABB provides the platform to connect all electrification, automation and digital offerings to optimise all stages in the mine lifecycle.
Susan Warby has replaced longstanding Dingo chief executive officer Paul Higgins.
Kirkland Lake Gold has adopted fleet management and mine production solution Pitram at its award-winning Fosterville gold operation in Victoria.
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.
The mining software specialist is already recognised in many parts of the world. Where are the company’s growth ambitions taking it next?
Mining technology company MICROMINE is to receive a major boost through equity firm Potentia Capital, which is investing an undisclosed majority stake in the business.
MICROMINE has won a contract to implement the Pitram fleet management and mine control software at Independence Group’s (IGO) Nova nickel-copper-cobalt mine in Western Australia.
A competition held by Newcrest Mining has resulted in an innovative solution that uses machine learning for the analysis of historical mining core trays.
RPMGlobal has expanded its suite of commodity-based mine scheduling software solutions through the launch of their Steeply Dipping Coal (SDC) XPAC Solution, a mine scheduling solution specifically tailored for the complex scheduling issues unique to this type of geology.
Mining software company Maptek’s latest release, Evolution 5, delivers an updated interface for scheduling with attributed solids.