It is Baraja's first volume commercial deal for the long-range LiDAR developed in partnership with Hitachi.
The deal follows Baraja's partnership with automotive supplier Veoneer earlier in the year for delivery of Spectrum-Scan LiDAR for the next generation of autonomous vehicles.
Baraja CEO and founder Federico Collarte said the deal confirmed the company's maturity in long-range LiDAR by moving the technology to the real world at scale.
"This is a significant indicator that Baraja's long-range LiDAR technology trumps the competition given the ruggedisation and reliability of the technology in mining environments," he said.
"The data and durability testing under this partnership will enable a step-change in LiDAR performance and durability in all sectors including autonomous vehicles."
Hitachi Construction Machinery vice-president, executive officer and chief technology officer Hideshi Fukumoto said the commercial deal showed its continued confidence in Spectrum-Scan LiDAR as a high-performance system.
"After comprehensive testing, we have been able to work closely with Baraja to accelerate the development of Spectrum-Scan LiDAR products with mine site specifications and the commercialisation of advanced autonomous driving and mining," he said.