Environmental monitoring is a critical aspect of underground safety; technology has evolved to developed integrated digital gas monitoring for underground worksites to include in-chamber and site-wide fixed gas monitoring and handheld devices.
MineARC Systems is excited to be partnering with DEZEGA; bringing together a combined total of 80 years’ experience in high quality, safety equipment manufacturing.
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.
Will advances in technology to improve safety underground reduce current limitations and challenges on site?
Improving light quality will boost visual performance, enhancing the ability to detect hazards and the execution of day-to-day activities.
Safety needs to embrace technology in order to keep up with the continual changes to production and manufacturing processes in the modern age.
The new Research and Development Centre, located in Perth, Western Australia, is a dedicated space for our engineers to conduct on-going product development.
A suite of advanced refuge chamber technology, collectively known as MineARC’s GuardIAN Intelligence Network.