- battery metals
- dust suppression
- Ernst and Young
- Internet of Things
- iron ore
- mark mcgowan
- mining technology
- National Group
- Rio Tinto
- Strandline Resources
- supply chain
- underground mining
- Western Australia
- The 2020 welding fume and respiratory protection survey
Even with everything that is now known about the dangers of welding fume, only 20 per cent of Australian and New Zealand welders answered “yes” when they were asked if they felt protected from it at work.
- The future of mine safety: Lessons, trends and developments
Join Hexagon’s Marcos Bayuelo to learn more about the latest advances in the company’s MineProtect portfolio. As MineProtect portfolio manager, Marcos is committed to helping mines mitigate risks and achieve zero harm. He’ll explain why investing in a comprehensive safety portfolio is the smartest decision a mine can make.
- RINGSPANN high and low speed backstops for conveyor applications
RINGSPANN, a leader in the world of mechanical power transmission equipment, showcases why the company is a powerhouse of information when it comes to application guidelines.
- Mine site dust suppression: Stockpile dust control
Stockpiles are an essential part of the mining, civil and infrastructure sectors. With varying width, height and erosion of these piles, site management is subject to stringent protocols to protect employees, contractors and the wider community.
- Inmarsat launches Tailings Insight to support safer management
Inmarsat has launched Tailings Insight, a new Internet of Things solution for monitoring mining tailings storage facilities. Discover why the award-winning solutions enable safer, faster and more reliable mining operations.
- Steiber optimal backstop design provides higher plant efficiency, decreases costs
A major energy company in Australia needed reliable replacement low-speed backstops (LSBs) for six incline conveyors that move coal out of a mine to an adjacent power station.
- The full guide to tracking assets and materials in the resource industry
The misplacement of items and not being able to locate materials or equipment are common causes for project delays. This white paper highlights the causes for missing items, while identifying the information requirements and benefits of tracking everything effectively.
- Key ways to increase safety in mining with rugged tablets
Taking full advantage of digital trends in mining would rely on having access to high-performing devices that are capable of processing large amounts of data efficiently, while remaining portable and rugged enough to be suitable for the demanding mining work environment.
- How to optimise logistics in the mining supply chain and gain a competitive edge
The transport and logistics of a mining supply chain can be likened to the arteries and veins in a body – they are vital to any operation. As such, the delivery pathways must be efficient.
- Digital Twinning Australia: Case studies
Digital Twinning Australia has risen to the challenge of creating visualisation of critical pit to packing processes for collaborative remote decision making. Download the white paper to find out more.
- Minprovise high cube container ice and water room
Minprovise International has proposed to supply, manufacture and commission its mine specification 20-feet high cube ice room container.
- Loram: Substructure maintenance management
Railway tack substructure maintenance management is the process of using railroad resources in order to maintain the track substructure. This process starts with measuring the track condition, evaluating the substructure performance, determining locations in need of maintenance and finding the best solutions.To learn more, download the white paper.
- The rise of IoT in mining
Inmarsat’s research has revealed that 89 per cent of respondents who have not fully deployed an Internet of Things (IoT) project struggle to maintain reliable connectivity.
- Stay Safe and Productive with iTWOSafe
As the global pandemic continues to impact all industries, physical distancing in the work place plays a critical role in prioritising the well-being of employees while maintaining business continuity.
- LASE’s solutions for the mining industry
How much material is on the heap? How high is the flow of material in exact figures? What is the fill level in my wagons? These are just a few questions and requirements of LASE’s customers regarding the applications of its laser scanners and laser-based system solutions.
- Measure your IoT maturity against your competitors with Inmarsat’s new tool
Gain a valuable understanding of your mining organisation’s internet of things (IoT) readiness with a free, customised report.
- More safety, less carry back
DYNAFastFit® spray bars designed by DYNA Engineering use a unique design that employs a fully retractable spray bar mounted in a stationary shaft to form a two-part assembly. With the stationary shaft remaining in its location, the spray bar can simply and safely be removed by disconnecting from the water supply and removing two clips. It can then be retracted from the stationary shaft in a matter of seconds.
- Industry 4.0 solutions for mobile machines
The industrial world is moving steadily towards Industry 4.0 and embracing the technologies that will define this era.
- The urgent need for proper workplace cleaning
In today’s health climate, maintaining a clean working environment has taken on increased importance, regardless of the workspace.
- Digitally enabled reliability: Beyond predictive maintenance in mining
Asset failures are costly and stressful. This is particularly true for mining operations, where a single hour of downtime can result in millions of dollars of lost revenue. Some mining companies try to avoid these losses by stocking extra spare parts or through over-maintaining equipment. But these solutions often only add more financial burdens in … Continue reading Digitally enabled reliability: Beyond predictive maintenance in mining