Blaster calls for miners to get some electronic intelligence

IF MINERS are not looking at the latest technology and applications to make their job site more efficient, they are taking a big risk, Davey Bickford Australia global technology solutions manager David Scutt says.

Blaster calls for miners to get some electronic intelligence Blaster calls for miners to get some electronic intelligence Blaster calls for miners to get some electronic intelligence Blaster calls for miners to get some electronic intelligence Blaster calls for miners to get some electronic intelligence

Miners must respond to change, not react to it.

Scutt cited Charles Darwin, who said it was "not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change", as he explained that operators needed to