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New I4 Mining report examines how the mining sector can achieve zero harm

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I4 Mining has released a new report: ‘How the Mining Sector can Achieve Zero Harm with Industry 4.0 Technology’.

The report explores how new, novel applications of AI and IoT technologies can assist the mining sector improve their health and safety performance.

Phillip McBride, Rayven’s CSO, comments:

“Industry 4.0 technologies present the mining sector – arguably for the very first time – with the opportunity to actually reach zero harm; an objective that most of the world’s miners are committed to striving for.

“With this report, we explored the relationship between Industry 4.0 technology and zero harm, the different use cases for Industry 4.0 technology in Health & Safety (rather than niche technologies), and just where and how miners can get started with it to provide practical, real-world insights.”

Discover more about the report here.

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