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Drones are revolutionizing the energy sector: Bullard and Curry

"Drones offer a cheaper and more effective way of monitoring infrastructure than traditional methods of sending workers to dangerous, remote terrain."

GeoProMining and Glencore Technology to Promote Proven Albion Process

Following the success of the Albion Process at GeoProMining’s Ararat Processing Plant in Armenia, GPM have signed a collaboration agreement with Glencore Technology for the marketing of the Albion Process.

MICROMINE to showcase its mining solutions at Mines and Money London 2017

MICROMINE will be exhibiting its intuitive software solutions at Mines and Technology conference in London from the 27th of November through to the 30th November.

This is how GroundTruth’s drones to drills program works

According to Shawn Ryan, the technology reduces the environmental footprint, as well as the human resources needed on the ground.

Special Address: Transformative trends in technology – how will it disrupt mining?

This year’s Mines and Technology show in London will be focussing on the digital transformation of mine operations.

Alrosa Executive Committee Approved Bourevestnik Development Project

At its meeting held on June 10, 2014 the Executive Committee approved the project of OJSC NPP Bourevestnik, ALROSA’s branch in Saint-Petersburg, on the construction of the innovation center aiming to expand its capacities for the production of the unique x-ray equipment for diamond-mining industry.

ISIS LAB powering world's first regulated real money social gambling network

On November 26, 2013, six Atlantic City casinos opened their online gambling websites to the public.

ABB releases next version of Decathlon™–first full-suite open platform DCIM system for enterprises on and off the smart grid

ABB introduced the newest version of its Decathlon data center infrastructure management (DCIM) system, built on decades of proven success with energy efficient, mission critical systems for industrial applications and leadership in automation technology.

World's First Complete Operator Training Solution Launched at MINExpo

Immersive Technologies will launch the industry's most advanced, complete and scalable solution for mining equipment operator development, this month at the world's major mining exhibition, MINExpo International, in Las Vegas.

It just got more expensive to maintain mining claims In British Columbia Government hikes payment Instead of exploration fees

Effective July 1, 2012, companies and individuals will pay double the value of the corresponding assessment work requirement for Payment Instead of Exploration and Development (PIED).

World's first intelligent operator for duty monitoring and analysis technology launched today

Six Safety Systems, the leader in operator fit for duty safety solutions, and Tobii Technology, eye tracking and gaze interaction technology provider, announced today their partnership to develop LUCI™, the world's first intelligent operator fit for duty technology that will help companies reduce risks associated with operator drowsiness and distraction while improving operational productivity.

Maptek releases Vulcan 64-bit mining software to global market

Mining technology provider Maptek will release Vulcan 64-bit to global mining customers during April. The launch kicked off at Expomin in Santiago, Chile this week.

Technology: answering challenges in mining

Peter Carter, global lead for GE Mining Solutions, and Ruben Gonzalez, Latin America lead for GE Energy Industrial Solutions, share highlights from GE Energy’s Latin America EPC Summit

Technology to deal with mine wastewater improving

By its very nature, mining is disruptive to the environment. As orebodies are explored, blasting and core sampling disturb the earth. Open pit mining requires the removal of huge quantities of overburden that are stripped away to reveal the precious […]