Letter From Mike
How to Reduce Instances of Blockage and Material Backup in Crushers/Surge Bins with the ToughEye™ self-cleaning cameras
Mine Management in Real-Time through Integrated Remote Operations Centres
With upwards of 100,000 flights taking off and landing every day around the globe, it’s no wonder that the nerve centre of the airport is the Air Traffic Control Tower. If anyone needs to know anything about what flight will be taking off, or landing, and when, the place to go for information is the Air Traffic Control Tower.
Future of Communications: Where is technology taking us? Does one comms solution fit all?
The world has come a long way since two-way radio communication was introduced to mining operations. Back then being able to have a stable and clear conversation with a colleague in a remote or underground location was (and in some ways, still is) a huge step.
Evacuation and Rescue in Mining
You could be forgiven for thinking that underground mining is one of the most dangerous working environments in the world. A cursory search through several reputable news outlets & research organisations fail to list any sort of underground mining role as making it into the top ten – if you’re interested, logging is the most dangerous job in the world.