First prototype system is expected in 2020.
Allows operators to handle several machines at once.
Forms a key part of a suite of Australian explosives products and services contract renewals.
Two-component resin system to help improve bolting in tough ground conditions.
BHP claims to have the largest autonomous blasthole drill fleet in the world.
Epiroc chief mindful of disruption risk all the same.
Epiroc has upgraded the Meyco ME3 mobile concrete spraying machine.
Allows teleremote tramming of production drill from ring to ring.
Electrification, automation and digitalisation Epiroc's R&D key focuses.
Epiroc ready to launch Batteries-as-a-Service.
Better underground equipment management hopes.
MMI being used to digitalise the Carrapateena operations.
A battery leasing option could help drive down the cost of battery electric equipment.
Case building for greater use of battery electric vehicles underground.
Eight remote control solutions deployed at East Siberian gold mine.
Future of Mining Australia includes a section for mining technology start-ups.
Equipment makers and mobile telephony experts come together.
Brought out loaders, trucks and drills.
Has bought a 34% stake in mining vehicle autonomous systems maker ASI Mining.
Orebro, Sweden facility designed to act as an "innovation arena".
Small act of shovelling into a hold marked a massive shift in the iron ore market.
Epiroc, LKAB, ABB and Volvo joining forces to create Sustainable Underground Mining.
Can change the speed of vent fans as needed.
Upgraded automation suite for Scooptram launched.
Epiroc off to a flying start.
Epiroc wants to be known as a solution provider.
A major change coming to the industry.
Canadian help sought on cluster plan.
Atlas Copco mining harm has good quarter.
Note holders give the plan their blessing.
Future of Mining Sydney 2018