Hexagon’s Mining division brings surveying, design, fleet management, production optimization, and collision avoidance together in a life-of-mine solution that connects people and processes.
Autonomous road trains a key to the project.
Demand for non-OEM automation solutions growing.
No clear message where the METS sector fit in the major parties' calculations.
MinRes claims world first autonomous road train run.
By sharing one antenna the costs of ownership are reduced.
Takes Minnovare's offerings to a broader global mining audience.
Aiming to get autonomous road trains carrying 425t GCM.
System designed to monitor very slow millimetric movements on tailings dams.
Has a winch to lower the detector to improve detection depth.
Seequent latest to move on blast optimisation.
BMT bought by Hexagon for an undisclosed sum.
Designed to give planners a way to generate the ultimate pit.
Platform of servers and dataloggers to help staff identify machine health issues.
Designed to keep pedestrians safer on site.
Update removes need for waste dump workaround.
Hexagon gets ready for an intervention.
Another Australian software maker bought out.
Remote blast monitoring system to be on show.
Hexagon Mining upgrade lets customers see scheduling data in real time
Company integrates business segments.
Hexagon has launched version three of its Atlas scheduling and stockpile management software.
Software firm targets new customers.
Final update for the year.
Hexagon Mining has introduced a suite of tools to help optimise drilling campaigns.
Hexagon continuing to integrate its business.
New software to solve productivity issues.
Software designed to better validate the precision and accuracy of drill samples.
Leica incorporating Bentley Systems 3D representational software into airborne imaging.
Version nine software from Hexagon
Hexagon Mining kicks it off
"Digital Twins has just taken flight, but it won't be long before we see truly connected mines"