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New world of wearables

AS THE age of Mining 4.0 dawns companies are looking for smarter equipment to drive data-derived decisions, meet increased demands for improved safety, life cycle cost and productivity, and even develop a fully digital mine.

 BHP trials HoloLens in the Pilbara

BHP trials HoloLens in the Pilbara

According to a report by the World Economic Forum, the route to a digital mine rests on four pillars. First, digitally enabled hardware tools must be deployed to perform or improve activities that were...

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