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This article first appeared on The Australian Mining Review in December 2020. Read the full story here.   Imagine soaring above a mine site or oil rig and having a 360° view of every piece of equipment while sitting in an airconditioned boardroom. Asset digitisation harnesses cutting-edge capture technology to bring all pieces of equipment, and even entire sties, into a 3D digital format to enhance decision making, operational efficiency and safety. It represents the new frontier in asset management,...
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This article first appeared on The Australian Mining Review in November 2020. Read the full story here.   Those offering electrical engineering and manufacturing services in the mining industry face complex, hazardous, and extremely costly risk exposures. Businesses are often designing, engineering, manufacturing and even delivering a whole range of electrical products to mining clients. This can include multi-million-dollar switchrooms to power massive mine sites, or transportable kiosk substations suited to the harsh and remote environments of the mining, oil...
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This article first appeared on The Australian Mining Review in October 2020. Read the full story here. Drilling work is often undertaken in remote areas which are not blessed with the infrastructure, workforce and access to spare parts available on a fully-equipped mine site. Drilling operators and contractors face a myriad of unpredictable risks, from equipment breakdown to property damage to injury, which are harder to manage in isolated areas. The longer the period of unplanned downtime, the greater the...