FLEETS

Thiess marks semi-autonomous haulage milestone at Lake Vermont

Global mining services provider Thiess today announced that it has safely moved more than 10 million banked cubic metres semi-autonomously since launching its fleet of six Cat D11 dozers with the semi-autonomous tractor system (SATS) three years ago at Lake Vermont mine in Queensland.

 The on-site Cat D11 dozers are equipped with Cat  MineStar Command

The on-site Cat D11 dozers are equipped with Cat MineStar Command

Thiess currently maintains one of the world's largest active deployments of Semi-Autonomous Tractor System (SATS) technology. Since its implementation at Lake Vermont in 2020, the company reports a 10%...

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