The mining sector has faced turbulence during COVID-9 with new challenges associated with social distancing measures, absent workers, and supplier issues.
Around the world, companies are losing millions of dollars to unexplained fuel loss, yet companies are forced to accept it as a cost of business.
Efficiency in Australian mining has taken the focus in recent years. Here’s how data tracking and digital innovation can improve efficiency.
The future of work is coming – and we need to prepare our workforces so the the mining sector can continue to transform and grow.
Inaccurate fuel tax credits are a major problem in mining and transport companies. These companies face massive amounts of fuel & money loss as a result.
Blockchain has massive potential for the mining sector: in ensuring the provenance of metals, securing our data and effectively managing our supply chains.
Many of us don’t know where our fuel loss is coming from or why. The solution is better, smarter and more intuitive tracking for our mining sector.
There are three types of data that every mining company should be comprehensively tracking to optimise the value of their business processes.
Battery metals are becoming more important with the rise of sustainability, and Australia is poised to lead in battery metal mining.