?Geoscience Australia has teamed up with The University of Queensland, RMIT University and the Geological Survey of Queensland to develop an Atlas of Australian Mine Waste, highlighting new opportunities to recover valuable minerals – a concept known as secondary prospectivity.
Belt scale weighing systems are essential to most bulk materials handling facilities, from food processing plants to cement manufacturing and mining sites.
Burgex Inc. Mining Consultants is excited to announce newly acquired in-house capabilities to provide high accuracy mapping of surface and underground mine workings with the addition of the ExynPak from Exyn Technologies to its fleet of advanced mining and mineral exploration solutions.
Traditional mining techniques in Latin America are being challenged by a new digital assistant founded on artificial intelligence (AI). The platform—Smart Mining Coach—was devised by InDiMin¹ in 2016 and represents the first digital assistant for mining.
Metso Outotec is launching a comprehensive range of smart and sustainable filtration solutions to meet the needs of the mining industry, including the most demanding concentrates and tailings dewatering applications.
Auric Network Limited (“Auric”), the Hong Kong based blockchain innovation group, is pleased to announce the commencement of on site safety works ahead of construction in Geochang (Kochang) county, South Korea, in partnership with Bluebird Merchant Ventures Ltd ("LSE: BMV"), the Korea-focused gold development group, and Mine Foundation, a commodities investment platform focused on financial inclusion.
RCT’s success is based largely on being innovative listening to what clients want and delivering intelligent solutions to best cater to those needs.
USA Rare Earth, LLC reports that it will be supporting operations at its Round Top Heavy Rare Earth and Critical Mineral Project in Hudspeth County, West Texas, wholly powered by renewable energy.
World-leading autonomous solutions specialist RCT has completed its latest automation & control project for a major mining company at one of its iron ore operations in Western Australia’s Pilbara.
Mining companies could more accurately pinpoint reserves of valuable minerals using a new water-tasting approach developed by the national science agency, CSIRO, in research supported by the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia (MRIWA).