Rio Tinto has signed an agreement with Active Navigation for big data management and cloud services.
New drilling data management software has been developed for the exploration industry.
A two-year collaboration with four of South Africa’s top miners has led to the development of an innovative software solution for mine planning and surveying.
Two Australian resource companies have been recognised at an international infrastructure awards program for using innovative software solutions to help build their projects.
Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure 2014 Conference has kicked off in London and promises to provide miners with software products to help them drive productivity and efficiency on site.
Honeywell has used its Asia Pacific Honeywell Users Group to launch its new Digital Suites for Oil and Gas.
RungePincockMinarco has acquired the rights to Mine2-4D, the widely used mine design and reserving software.
The new automated determination of root cause does not rely on process models and this enables operational benefits across complex process plants.
New simulation software is helping companies to engineer real-world profits. Sam Oliver* writes.
Leica Geosystems has revealed its new GeoMoS Now web-based slope monitoring application.
As the METS sector constricts for Australian companies, where can they look to as the next mining hot spot? Cole Latimer writes.
A new report by the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research has concluded that the costs of not investing in new technology by miners will be steep, with a difficult next decade as companies move from investment to efficiency.