Mining equipment and technology provider IMDEX has obtained an exclusive option for the acquisition of New Zealand-based drilling tech company Flexidrill and its patent-protected technologies, which include the CoreVIBE and MagHAMMER.
Ampcontrol chief executive officer Rod Henderson discusses how the engineering company has responded to the improvement in market conditions in mining.
Explosives and blasting specialist Orica has secured a deal to acquire GroundProbe from Crescent Capital Partners for $205 million.
Tel Aviv firm Airobotics is spearheading a drone revolution for the Australian mining industry.
Schneider Electric is a leading player driving digitisation in the mining industry. So, what should mining companies focus on in their digital pursuit?
Equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has formed a cooperative agreement with technology company FTP Solutions.
Three promising Australian mining tech start-ups have taken home awards at the Igniting METS Accelerator program graduation night.
Equipment manufacturer Schenck Process is focused on making its assets smarter to support the strategies of mining companies.
Australian Mining is interested to know how this phase is affecting your business in a new survey.
Rio Tinto has joined forces with the Western Australian Government and South Metropolitan TAFE to pioneer a curriculum required for the mining industry’s jobs of the future.
Finnish engineering group Sandvik has introduced its new hammer drill rig, the Ranger DX900i, representing the top end model of the Ranger DXi series.
A series of tests using deep-penetration technology in Western Australia could prove to be a game changer for the minerals exploration sector.
VEGA managing director John Leadbetter explores the rise in smart technology solutions for the mining industry and ways suppliers can strengthen their relationships with customers.
Komatsu has launched a project management technology that will benefit the construction phase of mining and enhance the growing use of drones in the industry.
A recap of the 2017 ABB Digital Transformation Summit in Brisbane, which explored the importance of implementing digitalisation across the mining, oil and gas and utilities sectors.
Markets conditions have generally improved in mining. What has this meant for the world’s leading equipment manufacturers and their most advanced products?
Heron Resources will use Glencore’s IsaMill technology at its Woodlawn zinc-copper project in New South Wales.
Sandvik has unveiled AutoMine Tele-Remote for underground loaders, a new entry-level addition to the AutoMine family.
Improving how technology solutions are integrated will be critical for mining to effectively transform into a digital industry, according to RPMGlobal chief executive officer Richard Mathews.
Technology is moving and taking mining along for the ride. A panel of Sandvik experts provides an insight into the latest technology developments at the company and what the industry can expect next.