Watch Kirby Johnson, Consulting Partner- Natural Resources, Wipro Ltd. explain the six pillars that help create a successful Digital Mining strategy
Watch George McCullogh, Consulting Partner- Natural Resources, Wipro Ltd. explain the strategies mining companies need to adopt to navigate the Third Wave of cost cutting
Automation is making an extraordinary impact on industrial growth with its ability to influence productivity, efficiency, product quality, production flexibility and waste reduction. And although the mining industry has held back, it perhaps won’t do so for long. With the boom in commodity prices and volume expansion there is a need to bring down costs. In such an environment, Automated Mining Operations are an attractive option.
Integrated Mineral Exploration Data Management Solution is an efficient solution for Mining companies worldwide for managing end-to-end geoscientific exploration data
In a competitive market, every effort to improve margins using operational intelligence is necessary. Analytics is expected to play a major role in driving better asset utilization, boost productivity, and address material flow delays.
CBS failure results in lowered production output. Organizations that predict CBS failures can insulate bottom lines from the impact.
Tomorrow's mines will almost certainly need to have fewer humans resulting in greater efficiency, lower costs and improved safety and environmental performance. But this will rely upon standardized, integrated and automated systems that can manage remote sites.
The Mining Industry could take a page out of the learnings of other industries where mobile technologies have been at the core of innovative solutions to productivity improvements.
This white paper offers solutions to significant health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) puzzles faced by mining executives around the world in five areas: Energy management, remote operations, operational safety, skill/knowledge retention, and environmental/social compliance.
This paper will focus primarily on the characteristics of successful collaborative environments as established and operated in the production phase due to the fact that the lifecycle of this stage is the longest of the four with the most complex combination of technology, applications, processes and behavioral change.
To meet increasing pressures, exploration IT Directors and CIOs must now face the dif cult tasks of adopting and implementing strong data management disciplines into their organizations.
Cognitive computing and predictive analytics together with machine learning technologies are poised to heighten the levels of accuracy and preciseness in operational areas. These are the technologies to put on your must-watch list
In a competitive market, every effort to improve margins using operational intelligence is necessary. That is why analytics is expected to play a major role in driving better asset utilization, boost productivity, and address material flow delays.
Wipro using its industry leading OT and IT solutions provides cost optimization, increased productivity and innovation across the mining value chain
With a great deal of focus on productivity, many miners have started to look at adopting short interval control philosophies into their mining operations. Short interval control
Machine Learning is promising to uncover new insight in the mining industry.
IT / OT Convergence is a driving industry trend that bridges IT and OT data and platforms in near real-time enabling visibility and business process reinvention across the enterprise
Blockchain provides security and transparency in business transactions, designs and agreements.
Economic volatility, environmental concerns, and increased regulations are critical challenges faced by global aluminum producers. Improvement in aluminum smelters demands efficient and intelligent use of information available within the smelter.
Mining companies are looking to improve the productivity, safety, and efficiency of mine operations with the help of readily accessible digital technologies.
mining industry today has a wealth of data from operations. a structured approach is necessary and application of data analytics technology should progress as the business matures and trusts to derive insights from data.
The impact of Digital technologies and the underlying benefits to a mining business is now well established. However, applying the approach at a site of a mining operation where local management control exists requires a flexible and pragmatic approach.
The operating model for a capital project would be incomplete without the design of the digital foundation which then allows the transformation to a future digital mine
It’s difficult to imagine industry without technology, from the development of the first automated production line to the creation of Artificial Intelligence, we have seen technology and industry evolve and we can attribute much of that evolution to the Internet of Things (IoT).