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Collaborate to automate

THE Australian mining industry is on the cusp of an automation ramp-up that promises greater productivity, safety and versatility at a time when geopolitical and other social upheavals have made operational consistency more challenging.

 For mining automation to take off in Australia there needs to be more collaboration.

For mining automation to take off in Australia there needs to be more collaboration.

Lingering doubts about the effect of automation on employment and the ability of management and operators to come up to speed with new technology are beginning to fade as the cost of not moving forward...

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