How can the mining and resources industry successfully implement wearable technology to improve worker safety and relieve critical concerns?
So, how will safety change as the industry dives into its tech-fuelled future? While we cannot predict where we will be in the long-term future, let’s look at how it may have an impact.
Addressing key questions on the installation of MineARC Systems GuardIAN Refuge Chamber Monitoring and how it can integrate with IT equipment on site. As mine sites become digitalised, the need to collect and analyse more data increases, as does the number of devices linked to a network. Refuge chambers are ideally positioned to be an […]
A controlled environment is an enclosed area with specific parameters regulated, including temperature, pressure, light, airflow and segregation.
One way to overcome downtime is through implementing a remote monitoring system into a company’s existing maintenance, repair and operational programs.
A North American gold mine incorporates the first wireless stench gas technology to improve emergency response planning across the site. Effective alerts and communication systems play an essential role in a site’s overall emergency response plan. Providing underground personnel with as much time as possible to safely exit or proceed to a refuge chamber. Stench […]
Will advances in technology to improve safety underground reduce current limitations and challenges on site?
MineARC Systems announced as the 2018 Telstra Western Australian Business of the Year and winner of the Medium & Making Waves Category Award.
Every refuge chamber requires an emergency power source to maintain the life-sustaining equipment if mains power fails.
Safety needs to embrace technology in order to keep up with the continual changes to production and manufacturing processes in the modern age.