Big data overload

Miners were told at the recent Future of Mining Sydney 2018 conference that they need to be selective in the data they collect

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Mining is increasingly becoming a data-driven industry, and original equipment makers often make a fuss about the 200-plus sensors they have on their haul trucks. However, while those sensors can provide a host of data, not all of that data is necessarily going to be valuable to the business.

Dingo managing director Paul Higgins said his company had analysed the 250 or so tags from e...