Founded in Perth, Western Australia in 2012, Minnovare is an advanced technology company that specializes in improving the accuracy, reliability and economic efficiency of industrial drilling operations, both in mining and civil engineering projects. Our advanced drill-rig alignment hardware and data-capture software combine to deliver clients’ drill-data faster and more accurately than ever before.
Our flagship mining exploration/civil product, the Azimuth Aligner, is used in over 100 projects around the world to automate the alignment process; more than doubling the accuracy (+/- 0.2°) and reducing overall set-up times by up to 90%.
Our new Production Optimiser system is revolutionizing underground drill and blast operations by optimizing the current drilling process – substantially improving drilling accuracy, reliability and accountability. For the mine, this leads to optimized designs and blasts, which in turn leads to reduced re-work, a faster stope-cycle time, reduced average dilution, and increased ore recovery.
Minnovare’s new Client Online Reporting Engine; Minnovare CORE is an advanced data hub for your entire drilling operation. Featuring digital drill plans and plods that sync seamlessly with existing mine planning software, Minnovare CORE allows accurate, reliable drilling data to transfer instantly throughout your operation – ready for fast, efficient data analysis and execution.
Minnovare has offices in Perth (Head Office), Canada and the United States, as well as distributors in South Africa and the United Kingdom. Minnovare is a proud recipient of the WA Mining Technology Award (2014) and the AIM Pinnacle Awards for Innovation, and Emerging Business (2015), and the Finalist for the WA Export Award 2018.
Azimuth Aligner: Autonomous Drill Rig Alignment Technology for Efficient Drilling Processes
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