I4 Mining has released a new report: ‘How Industry 4.0 Technology will Transform Plant, Machinery & Equipment’ – an in-depth examination of Industry 4.0 technology’s impact on plant and how it can assist miners with their strategic goals.
Phillip McBride, I4 Mining’s lead and Rayven’s CSO, said upon the report’s release:
“It won’t be enough for the mining sector to leave it to OEMs and hardware manufacturers to innovate in order for them to achieve their zero harm, zero carbon, and zero waste goals – the ascent to 2050 dictates that mining companies need to take affirmative, extensive action now.
“Whilst challenging, there are huge advantages to be seen on the other side, with predictive analyses that can do much more than achieve the zero goals but deliver all-new ways of working and find efficiencies that increase profitability.
“With this report, we wanted to explore the use cases for AI + IoT technology with plant, equipment and machinery, and provide comprehensive guidance to miners on just what Industry 4.0 technology can and can’t do for them and their assets – as well as dispel a few myths; we think we’ve achieved it.”
Discover more about the report and download it here.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/environment-sustainability/11112021/i4-mining-releases-new-industry-40-technology-report/
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