TECHNOLOGY

Mining's digital talk is cheap

Miners are searching for the richest returns from data as the 'digital revolution' starts to change view of the future

Richard Roberts
A vast increase in digitalisation and data could revolutionise how mines operate

A vast increase in digitalisation and data could revolutionise how mines operate

Deloitte’s Philip Hopwood heard it loud and clear at MINExpo in Las Vegas, US, last year, and at Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa, in February this year. Dingo Software CEO Paul Higgins has heard...

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