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Miners, why not 'steal with pride'?

It's not extending new 5G mobile network capacity into underground mines, or even Volvo's foray into autonomous mine transport that fires Peter Burman's optimism about a different future for mining. He sees Boliden's willingness to more rapidly embrace proven technology from other industries as a shift that can be transformative for the wider industry.

Richard Roberts
Boliden hopes to extend Ericsson 5G mobile coverage into all of its underground mines

Boliden hopes to extend Ericsson 5G mobile coverage into all of its underground mines

Burman, who returned to Boliden to manage its automation programme after 17 years in telecommunications (mostly with Ericsson), believes the best communications, information and automation technologies...

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