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A Rockwell Automation Guide to Using Big Data 21Aug
2019

A Rockwell Automation Guide to Using Big Data

This was originally published online by Australian Mining on 21st August 2019. Above Image: Artificial Intelligence and big data mining is part of the next technological development. Credit: Australian...
Trade Secrets – The Need to be Systematic

Trade Secrets – The Need to be Systematic

21 August 2019
This was originally posted by Dr. Dallas Wilkinson and John...
DataCloud Blasts Resource Evaluation Into New...

DataCloud Blasts Resource Evaluation Into New...

20 August 2019
This was originally published online by Australian...
Performance of LTE in Mining in 2019 – What to...

Performance of LTE in Mining in 2019 – What to...

20 August 2019
This was initially published by 3D-P. LTE provides undeniable...
30 Years of METS Sector Transformation: Maintenance
19 August 2019

30 Years of METS Sector Transformation: Maintenance

The days of running assets into the ground are long gone. The management of mining machinery has become a data-driven field with an expectation that potential disruptions or failures will be predicted, prevented and controlled. In this article Austmine and our members Dingo, Techenomics,...
BMA Launches Skills Partnership with TAFE, CQUniversity
19 August 2019

BMA Launches Skills Partnership with TAFE, CQUniversity

This was originally published online by Australian Mining on 12th August 2019.  BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has joined forces with TAFE Queensland and CQUniversity Australia to launch the Queensland Future Skills Partnership. The skills partnership is designed to fund and...
Why Blockchain Technology is Relevant to Mining
16 August 2019

Why Blockchain Technology is Relevant to Mining

This was originally published by Tony Barnard, Business Manager West, Davey Bickford Enaex. There was a time when terms like “smart shunt” and “remote blaster” held no meaning at all in the mining industry. Today, these words are commonly heard at mining sites, in boardrooms, and in conference...
Mental Health & Mining
16 August 2019

Mental Health & Mining

Mining is tough. Miners are tougher. But sometimes tough can be misunderstood as keeping up a brave face. Results from a 2018 survey from The Medical Journal of Australia reveal 30% of workers from Australia’s remote mining workforce suffer with high or very high levels of psychological...
Last Mile Connectivity and Hybrid Solutions

Last Mile Connectivity and Hybrid Solutions

Mal Jones, VP Consultative Services, 3D-P Wireless connectivity is particularly critical in...
Member Spotlight: Clytie Dangar, General...

Member Spotlight: Clytie Dangar, General...

As part of Austmine's 30 year celebrations we are shining the spotlight on our...
5 Fears of the Modern Mining Professional

5 Fears of the Modern Mining Professional

Martin Vasilescu, Country Manager Explosives, Davey Bickford Enaex No industry is altogether...
“Do things better” vs “Do things smarter”

“Do things better” vs “Do things smarter”

This article was published by AMC Consultants. It’s a good thing that Australian companies are...
Nuclear Power vs Climate Change (As told by...

Nuclear Power vs Climate Change (As told by...

Dan Henricson, Operations Manager, Enterprise IS Many will be familiar with this story;...
MAXTA predicts gold recovery at Ban Houayxai

MAXTA predicts gold recovery at Ban Houayxai

This was published on PETRA Data Science. In 2018, a MAXTA digital twin model was...
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