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RoboMine:  Robotics and Automation in Mining

 
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What is the mining industry going to look like in the 22nd century? Our goal in RoboMine is to maintain it as the expanding source of news, views, opinions, and information on robotics and automation with emphasis on their application in mining technology. We want to educate, inspire, and connect those who want to know more about the fascinating and ever-expanding technology of robotics and intelligent systems. We know that now in mining, this new wave of technological advances is knocking down the doors of conventional mining methods with improved systems. If you have any papers or articles related to robotics and intelligent systems in mining, please feel free to email us. Please also let us know of any improvements you would like us to make to RoboMine. We appreciate your input. Enjoy your visit!
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Mining Sensor Data to Run a Better Gold Mine
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
In 2009, near the height of the financial crisis, mining company Dundee Precious Metals Inc. was faced with the prospect of falling metal prices—and $150 million of capital investments in Bulgaria. Rick Howes had to find a more efficient way to operate the Chelopech mine. read more »
GE Mining: Battery-Powered Technology of the Future
Monday, November 24, 2014
GE, which operates through a variety of segments such as Energy, Technology Infrastructure, and Capital Finance, has been leading the mining industry into a safer, cleaner and quieter future. read more »
Narrow-reef precious metals mining at a crossroads
Friday, February 21, 2014
Mechanical engineer Rod Pickering spent 20 years at the Chamber of Mines Research Organisation (Comro) running the stoping technology laboratory, the part of the now-defunct Comro that focused on hard rock, narrow-reef mining. read more »
Wearable Technology to Enter the Mining Industry
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Vandrico Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been engaged by Motion Metrics International Corp. to integrate their MetricsManager™ system into heads up display technology, such as Google Glass. This project is unique and aims at improving operational efficiency and safety. read more »
How a Canadian mining company put a Wi-Fi network underground
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
It took industrial-strength protection to get a wireless network into cold, dirty environment. That didn’t deter Toronto’s Dundee Precious Metals from building an underground Wi-Fi network at its Chelopech copper and gold mine in Bulgaria to better monitor personnel, vehicles and ore. read more »

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