Since beginning operations in association with the mining arm of Australia's largest R&D organization, AMT has gone on to play a key role in establishing the widespread use of inertial mining guidance.
It has gained international recognition, delivered many successful installations, serviced and upgraded equipment for key long-term customers, and grown into new markets and applications across coal and potash mining.
AMT's business and organizational structure has continued to grow to support its expanding customer base, innovative product development program, and its ambitious and strategically important research and development goals.
The company's mining guidance technology was first field-proven in the mid-1990s and has since undergone major developments to continually deliver significant results in a variety of mining applications.
AMT's Mining Guidance System and the Future of Safer and Efficient Mining Operations
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