PROCESSING

FLSmidth on the future of fully automated plants

The drive to automate mining machines to remove human labour from the mining process can often overshadow the need to develop new embedded software that can automate operations.

 A fully automated laboratory requires fewer operators to function efficiently

A fully automated laboratory requires fewer operators to function efficiently

The distinction is crucial in plants, as that is where process optimisation and artificial intelligence technologies can rapidly raise production, reduce costs, and extend equipment life. When software...

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