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Thinking ahead

Accenture’s David Burns looks at how intelligent autonomy can transform the mining industry

David Burns
The key to taking autonomy to the next level will be the increasing use of intelligence in systems. Photo: iStock.com/weicheltfilm

The key to taking autonomy to the next level will be the increasing use of intelligence in systems. Photo: iStock.com/weicheltfilm

The mining industry is showing increasing interest in autonomy, as represented by selfdriving vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless connectivity. Some companies are already deploying autonomous...

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