The adoption of new technologies in the mining, oil and gas sectors could bring $74 billion to the Australian economy by 2030 and over 80,000 jobs creation.
Fortescue Metals Group’s fleet of autonomous haul trucks in the Pilbara has surpassed the one billion tonne milestone of material moved, covering 33.5 million kilometres in the process.
Fortescue Metals Group is leading the way in monitoring the health of its conveyor assets, introducing a new paperless inspection system.
Epiroc subsidiary, Mobilaris, has launched Mobilari Onboard, a mobile application that allows high accuracy positioning in underground mines without any positioning infrastructure.
GroundProbe has released MonitorIQ, a platform that consolidates all monitoring data, removing the need to switch between multiple platforms.
Mining machinery is developing quickly with modern technology. Equipment company WesTrac is demonstrating how its workforce can develop alongside the technology.
Woodside Energy has collaborated with Schlumberger to implement its DELFI cognitive exploration and production (E&P) environment enterprise-wide.
Far-sighted mining houses are delving deeper into the technology resources of their suppliers, aiming more than ever to leverage outside innovation for their own productivity.
Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) will hold its 2019 edition at the Sydney Showgrounds from Tuesday August 27 to Thursday August 29, starting at 10am each day.
Fitzroy Australia Resources is introducing scheduling software to help improve the productivity and safety of its Carborough Downs coal mine in Bowen Basin, Queensland.
Downer Group plans to upgrade the technology on its mining fleet across four Australian mine sites with Carlson machine guidance solutions supplied by Position Partners.
The technology company has answers to one of the biggest challenges in mining at the moment: how to effectively use data.
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.
Real-time subsurface evaluation of resources has become a reality through DataCloud’s combination of geoscience expertise and technological prowess.
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Rapid technological change is affecting what we mine, especially as many developing economies can now skip some of the stages of modernisation that advanced economies have been through.
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.
The Global Mining Guidelines Group (GMG) has published an interoperability alignment report with a consensus from 17 mining companies regarding the industry’s vision and direction for interoperability
Downer has made the largest single purchase in MineWare’s history by ordering 23 Argus hydraulic monitoring systems for its operations.
BHP has revealed details surrounding its ambitious growth plans, sharing its technology and transformation agenda being undertaken in response to changing work conditions.