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Jevons Robotics partners with AUSROAD as strategic investor

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Jevons Robotics, a leading innovator in the field of battery electric and autonomous mining robotics, has announced that AUSROAD, a globally recognised leader in the provision of mine site stemming services, has become their latest shareholder.

Jevons Robotics partners with AUSROAD as strategic investor

This partnership makes a significant step in the Jevons strategy to eliminate humans from hazardous working environments where both parties will work to automate and decarbonise the blast hole stemming process.

As a pioneer of battery electric and autonomous vehicles that can carry an array of payloads including explosives, stemming, dewatering pumps, cable reelers, geophysical sensors, water and drilling fluids, Jevons Robotics uses cutting edge technology to redefine industry options and standards.

Jevons and AUSROAD are poised to embark on a series of collaborative projects in the coming years, leveraging their combined experience to drive meaningful advancements in the industry.

Todd Peate, CEO of Jevons Robotics, said, “We are excited to welcome AUSROAD as a strategic investor in Jevons. We share a common interest in the adoption of advanced engineering and technology to deliver highly productive and safe solutions for our customers and we look forward to working with the AUSROAD team, given their extensive experience and world-leading stemming solutions.”

Toni Dunlop, Managing Director of AUSROAD said, “It is clear to us that the industry is moving to automate and decarbonise their operations over time. Our decision to invest in Jevons is built on the fact that under this model, the two organisations will focus their core capabilities and the clear vision that the team at Jevons have.”

“AUSROAD will bring our extensive experience to Jevons, and we will also continue to improve both of our market offerings into the future.”

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