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Reflex drill tech winning acceptance from miners

Imdex business unit Reflex is supplying central Queensland coal miner BMA (BHP Billiton-Mitsubishi Alliance) and several of its contractors with its electronic reporting and cloud-based analytics products, facilitating a move away from manual in-field data entry and the industry’s standard paper and spreadsheet-led management approach.

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Reflex has expanded its pipeline of potential Reflex HUB users

Reflex has expanded its pipeline of potential Reflex HUB users

Heavyweight acceptance of ‘smart’ drilling data management technology is a win for Reflex. More encouragingly, though, the high-level market breakthrough seems part of a broader shift by miners and drillers...

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