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Transport sector warned about risks from cyber attacks

Cyber attacks are very real and an insurance giant has warned the transport sector regarding automation risks. Transport and logistics businesses must address risks that come with increased use of...

dalrynple bay coal terminal closure due to weather

Weather affecting Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal

The ongoing effects of weather-related incidents have been felt at Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) where bad weather resulted in disruption to the terminal operations. The coal terminal was closed...

Australian standards costs through SAI Global

Standards Australia moves to improve access

Standards Australia has moved to improve access to Australian Standards by removing the exclusive provisions around SAI Global’s distribution agreement. The long-awaited move will be widely...

Software updates

Software updates as vital as machinery servicing

As the New Year begins, MICROMINE is reminding mining companies to update their software to avoid potential cyber security breaches, data loss, system integration issues and operational downtime in...

real time dust monitoring equipment for hazardous environments

Trolex real time dust monitoring

A new generation of real time dust monitoring has been designed to significantly improve the accuracy of data being collected, and mine worker safety in hazardous environments. Trolex stated that...