Kirkland Lake Gold has outlined zero harm and a lower environmental footprint in its requirements for technology innovation at the Fosterville gold mine in Victoria.
Rio Tinto’s Future Minds Accelerator program has provided future skills courses to kindergarten to year 12 students and educators in Western Australia.
Magnetite Mines plans to conduct a trial on a magnetic resonance sensor developed by CSIRO at the Razorback iron ore project in South Australia.
BHP has hired SensOre to target mineral deposits that support the Nickel West operations in Western Australia after months of discussion.
Aspen Technology and Wood have teamed up to enhance the technology solutions of Wood’s clients.
Engineering and industrial software company AVEVA will acquire industrial data software and services company OSIsoft to advance the digital transformation of the industrial sector.
Kirkland Lake Gold has signed a deal to install Chrysos PhotonAssay technology for faster and more accurate gold analysis at the Fosterville mine in Victoria, Australia.
Digital technology is paving the way for the mining industry’s next era, and the experts at Digital Twinning Australia are providing companies with the opportunity to unlock a full suite of financial benefits in the virtual world.
Schenck Process has strengthened how the company works with mining clients by taking a whole-of-life outlook to the screens it designs and supplies to the industry.
A digital twin doesn’t need to stay inside the plant installation or commissioning box. Rockwell Automation illustrates how it can be used to enhance the safety of 21st century mines.
Veris subsidiary Aqura Technologies has accepted a contract to provide managed support for BHP’s in-room communications and entertainment system services across its Pilbara mining accomodation villages in Western Australia.
Founded by a computer scientist who started working with miners 20 years ago, TI Mining has grown into a company that helps digitalise mines around the world. Australian Mining speaks with chief executive Nicolas Jubera.
Metso’s mineral business merger with Outotec has been finalised after nearly a year since the signing of the combination agreement.
The University of Sydney has released a report that maps out how Australia’s copper mining operations can target zero emissions within the next 30 years.
Mining, metals and materials companies have increased their investment in automation and technological innovation in recent years.
MPC Kinetic has launched its first fully autonomous excavators in Queensland, with more to come as the company aims to usher in a new era of excavation machinery.
Caterpillar has validated wireless technology from Fluidmesh Networks to improve the capabilities of its Cat MineStar Command solutions.
RPMGlobal has revamped its MinVu shift manager software solution with the release of a dedicated mobile app that is set to transform mining operations.
AngloGold Ashanti has extended its contract for K2fly’s reporting software application for three additional years.
Metso and Outotec are on the verge of combining into a minerals processing powerhouse. Ben Creagh explores what this, along with Metso’s vision for autonomous mineral processing, means for mining.