Mining stories - Page 2
The next-generation simulation engine
Simul8 has developed a next-generation digital twin engine, combining process mining and machine learning for more accurate simulations and decision-making.
Striking Gold: Unearthing opportunities in the mining sector with real-time data
Data is an untapped resource for mining companies. Optimising its use could lead to more efficient and sustainable operations.
INX appoints Alex Maund as Head of Data & Analytics
INX Software has hired Alex Maund as Head of Data & Analytics to develop new data and analytics strategies for clients' value and business growth.
Gruntify appoints Peter Kinne as Chief Revenue Officer
Peter Kinne appointed as Chief Revenue Officer of Gruntify to lead global sales, partner program, and customer care for the company. #technews #salesleadership.
INX appoints Luke Disbury as chief financial officer
INX Software appoints Luke Disbury as CFO, with his experience across various industries adding value to the company's growth and transformation.
Getac and Optalert expand partnership to promote industrial safety
Getac’s ZX70 Android tablets will be used to support Optalert’s Eagle Industrial early-warning drowsiness detection system for use in mining and transportation.
Digital decarbonisation of the mining industry - now or never
With the rise of conscious consumerism and conscious capitalism, mining enterprises are facing pressure to shift to cleaner and more sustainable operations.
Equinix report finds increased tech spend for mining sector
In a new research report, Equinix Australia has found over 90% of mining leaders are increasing their IT investment in the next 12 months.
Appian announces launch of new process mining technology
Appian launches Appian Process Mining to streamline complex processes and address workflow bottlenecks faster.
Video technology hard at work saving lives in the resources sector
Video and data analytics are being used in the Australian mining industry to detect airborne particles and save lives.
Bentley Systems' NZ-based software vendor Seequent acquires Minalytix
Bentley Systems has announced its New Zealand based Seequent business unit has acquired Canadian software company Minalytix, developer of MX Deposit.
Seequent adds 3D blast modelling software to portfolio
The geo-tech specialist has partnered with OreControl Blasting Consultants to add OrePro 3D software to its solutions portfolio.
Mining industry looks to technology for longevity
Mining sector eyes tech revolution, says global report, predicting major industry transformation within 15 years.
IBM acquires Oniqua to bolster IoT offering for asset-intensive industries
IBM snaps up Oniqua, boosting IoT and asset optimisation.
New brand, new name: Aranz Geo says goodbye...
Seequent's chief executive Shaun Maloney says the new brand reflects the company’s evolving purpose and vision for the future.
Internet of Things to reduce impact of mining on the environment
57% of respondents from the mining industry say that the most exciting innovation to come from IoT is environmental monitoring.
From Christchurch to Chile: Kiwi company dominates in export innovation
The Christchurch company has established an expansive global presence, spanning 80 countries, thanks to its revolutionary Leapfrog technology.
Digging a little deeper - the role of network monitoring in mining
Tech boosts mining: Network monitoring key for productivity and savings, says Fortescue.
Microsoft engineers new deal - and new path to market - with Downer
Microsoft is teaming up with engineering and contracting company Downer EDI to co-develop and market new cloud-based solutions and services.
Dropbox celebrates half a billion users
Dropbox heralds a new era of connectivity, reaching a massive 500 million user milestone, fostering enhanced global collaboration.
Cisco IoE innovation centre launches in Perth, Sydney to follow
Cisco has launched an IoE innovation centre in Perth in an effort to ‘ignite innovation, growth and job creation in the knowledge economy'.
Seabed miners vow to try again after setbacks
Both seabed mining companies that have had applications to mine in New Zealand's Exclusive Economic Zone say they intend to keep their projects ali.
Local Government NZ suggests new taxes, central govt support could bridge spending gap
New Zealand's 78 local government organisations could close the gap between spending and revenue with new taxes or a share of existing central gove.
Up up and away as Serko partner 'plugs-in' and plays...
INX Software Pty has teamed up with Serko Online to simplify FIFO travel bookings via the creation of INX TMX...