Dingo and Newmont Join Forces to Create a Global Maintenance Partnership
This was originally published by Dingo.
To improve the health and extend the life of major assets, saving millions each year
Brisbane, Australia –
November, 18, 2020 - Dingo,
a leader in predictive maintenance software, today announced a global
partnership with Newmont Corporation (NYSE:
NEM), the world's leading gold mining
organization. The agreement will enable Newmont to accelerate the
implementation of its remote Asset Health Monitoring support model, delivering
advanced predictive maintenance driven insights to the Company’s operations
around the globe.
Digitalization is driving organizations to transform their physical
operations and processes with technology. Asset-intensive organizations like
mining need to garner insights from the vast array of data available in the
connected world. For maintenance, this means understanding how an asset performs,
predicting impending issues, and performing
corrective maintenance at the optimal time.
The global partnership
further cements a longstanding relationship that has delivered significant
benefits by improving asset health and availability, reducing risk, and reducing
costs by extending the life of components. Newmont will expand the use of Dingo's
maintenance software and services to manage the workflow generated from Newmont’s
Operations Support Hubs in Perth, Western Australia, and Denver, Colorado, providing
continuous support to seven connected sites and hundreds of users.
“With Dingo’s Trakka
platform, Newmont will have a single source of truth to inform its predictive
maintenance programs across the entire organization” said Jason Hill, Senior
Director Operations Support Hubs. Newmont’s
Asset Health Analysts use Trakka to view and analyze condition monitoring data
from various sources, including onboard machine health data, operational data, fluid
analysis, visual inspections, and work history. This predictive analysis helps identify
the corrective actions required to keep equipment running in optimal condition,
and the recommendations flow directly into Newmont’s work management process
through an ERP integration.
enable our people to tap into the power of data to drive continuous
improvements," said Jason Hill. “The
common platform allows us to identify best practices and detect emerging issues.
Taking the appropriate action, in either
case, is critical to continuously improving our business. We are excited about
the benefits of this global partnership for our teams and customers. We look
forward to working closely with Dingo to transform how we approach maintenance
in support of maximizing production at the lowest possible cost."
Image: TRAKKA predictive maintenance software makes it easy to analyze all condition data, including images and documents, in one centralized platform to improve insights and outcomes. Image Credit: Dingo.
By utilizing the Dingo
Trakka system, Newmont will streamline and standardize its predictive
maintenance processes, tools and services worldwide. This centralized view will
accelerate the adoption of consistent maintenance strategies, helping reduce
costs and mitigate risk, while creating safer working conditions.
"We’re proud to
expand our longstanding relationship with Newmont.," said Paul Higgins,
Executive Chairman, Dingo. “Our software, coupled with our services, provide
its global operations with increased visibility into the health and performance
of equipment, which helps Newmont identify opportunities for continuous
improvement and increase operational efficiency systemwide.”