The original equipment manufacturer has launched a training program in Australia that is improving the expertise of its technicians and the efficiency of its aftersales service.
Honeywell combines the brimming potential of augmented reality and virtual reality into an outcome-driven safety solution for the mining industry.
The 2019–2024 Mining Workforce report released by the Australian resources and energy group, AMMA, predicts that the mining industry in Australia will require approximately 21,000 new employees by 2024 to keep up with the demand for future mining projects.
Mining companies are capitalising on the ability to conduct training simulation and planned maintenance through virtual reality software.
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A drive to overcome the barriers of entry to virtual reality technology has driven the formation of a strategic, intercontinental partnership that has created the HazID platform. Vanessa Zhou writes.
Underground mining contractor Byrnecut Australia has partnered with Immersive Technologies to develop a world-class technical training centre in Perth.
Alcoa has followed in the steps of the army, navy and air force, which use VR to undertake training for high-risk tasks at its alumina refineries in Western Australia.
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BHP has launched a training program at its Olympic Dam site in South Australia, creating job opportunities for people without experience in mining.
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) is using virtual reality (VR) to teach operators about the hazards and risks before stepping foot underground to the Broadmeadow mine in Queensland.
Underground mining offers enticing benefits but also grave safety risks. Immersive Technologies’ training simulators ensure companies have both covered.
Bestech Australia will run a full-day strain gauging workshop in the University of Western Sydney.
AusIMM board director René Sterk discusses the impact of the JORC Code, clears up some of its misconceptions and details the importance of education in this space.
Sandvik has introduced an operator training simulator to provide a compact and flexible solution to safely train teams on the DD422i, DD422iE and DT922i drill rigs.
BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has welcomed a large intake of local apprentices to sites across the Bowen Basin, Queensland.
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White Dog International director Wesley Dobbin explains how he caters his training programs to the individual differences between mine sites.
The mining technology company views the LX6 simulator as a natural progression on the LX3 platform it released in 2016.
Mining equipment supplier Hastings Deering has this year consolidated its position as one of Queensland’s leading trainers of apprentices.