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Minera Mining Technologies

Employer ramps up autonomous conversions

A multinational company will soon be able to automate mine sites more efficiently. Worley recently acquired autonomous specialist Minera Mining Technologies to help give more machinery driverless...

BHP worker meeting

Employer declares autonomous roll out is a success

A multinational resources producer celebrated positive results from one of the world’s largest automated deployments. BHP’s autonomous drill fleet has successfully operated for more than...

BHP terminal

Mining giant approves automating large machines

A multinational resources company will invest in autonomous bulk material handling solutions. BHP recently committed $50 million towards automating eight shiploaders by 2023. Two “world...

Driverless truck obstacle course

Driverless truck achieves goal at mine site trial

An autonomous heavy vehicle successfully completed an obstacle course with a roaring finish. One autonomous dump truck recently showed it was nimble enough to overcome a series of challenges and...

CAT D11 teleremote dozer

Mining giant rolls out driverless machinery

A multinational resources company is deploying a new earthmoving equipment fleet that requires no operator in the cabin. Rio Tinto confirmed WesTrac and Caterpillar recently supplied a new tele...

SafeAI driverless truck

Employer approves automating 100 heavy vehicles

A diversified contracting group will convert its mining truck fleet to autonomous technology. MACA recently signed a memorandum of understanding with machine control company Position Partners to...

Sandvik AutoMine

Mine approves automating multiple machines

A mining services company plans to automate its earthmoving equipment. An Australian resources operation will soon install new autonomous technology that effectively controls multiple machines at...

AMSJ April 2022