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Radical Innovation in Mining Management Article 1 27Jun
2019

Radical Innovation in Mining Management Article 1

The Industrial Age fuelled by Myth 1 In the last edition we introduced how yesterday’s solutions have led to three myths that control current mining thinking. Myth 1: The best way to run a mine is to focus on cost...
Austmine 2019 Presentation: Metallurgical Systems

Austmine 2019 Presentation: Metallurgical Systems

27 June 2019
John Vagenas, Managing Director of Metallurgical Systems recently...
Retaining Human Assets Key to Staying Ahead of...

Retaining Human Assets Key to Staying Ahead of...

27 June 2019
Minprovise’s 100 per cent growth in site service capability during...
Austmine Sustainability Webinar Series

Austmine Sustainability Webinar Series

26 June 2019
In a world which is increasingly connected, the mining industry is...
Uncovering the state of cyber security in the mining industry
26 June 2019

Uncovering the state of cyber security in the mining industry

Cyber attacks against organisations are increasing in frequency and severity. Use of technologies like automation and automated decision-making are also becoming more prevalent in heavy industry. Reliance on these technologies provides a new vector through which organisations can be...
Opportunity to Contribute to Austmine's Safety eBook
25 June 2019

Opportunity to Contribute to Austmine's Safety eBook

Austmine is pleased to bring our members a terrific opportunity to grow their exposure in the mining industry and to promote their capabilities and expertise to the market.  Austmine will release our next eBook in August, focusing on mine site safety from pit to port. With the industry...
Why Are We Simply Adding More Inspection And Replacement Tasks?
25 June 2019

Why Are We Simply Adding More Inspection And Replacement Tasks?

By Matt McLeod  At recent engagements, I have seen a trend towards adding more inspection and parts replacement tasks to the maintenance plan with little analysis to support these decisions.  Across Bluefield, we’ve also observed that more inspection tasks mean PM checklists are...
Master Data – Why Getting It Right The First Time Is Important
25 June 2019

Master Data – Why Getting It Right The First Time Is Important

As we continue our transition away from paper based records to computerised management systems, we are becoming more heavily reliant on data to safely and reliably, operate and maintain our plant and equipment. Yet, many businesses still find that all of this additional data doesn’t necessarily...
Zimbabwe Investment Seminar & Dinner

Zimbabwe Investment Seminar & Dinner

Inviting all Mining and Energy Companies interested in doing business in Zimbabwe. Come and hear...
Dingo: Predictive Maintenance – Caring for...

Dingo: Predictive Maintenance – Caring for...

The Trakka software system provides tools, insights, and decision-support for an asset health...
Nominations Open for the 2019 Australian...

Nominations Open for the 2019 Australian...

Mining has always been a part of Australia’s landscape, playing a major part in the development...
Connected Equipment: What You Need To Know

Connected Equipment: What You Need To Know

Equipment connectivity is key for any organization looking for actionable intelligence and...
Minprovise Achieve 100 Per Cent Growth of Site...

Minprovise Achieve 100 Per Cent Growth of Site...

Article as posted by Australian Mining From their humble beginnings in 2004 as a company...
Metso welcomed as an Essential Participant

Metso welcomed as an Essential Participant

19 June 2019: The Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE)...
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