ASI Mining LLC is expanding its Mobius® autonomy platform to include Mobius for Drills application in collaboration with Epiroc Drilling Solutions LLC. Similar to ASI Mining's Mobius for Haulage and Mobius for Blasting programs, Mobius for Drills further expands ASI's Mobius Traffic Management platform to now include integration of drills.
This robotic system is composed of two main elements: a surface vehicle with a geo-radar that is used to scan the ground, so that subterranean obstacles can be detected; and an autonomous underground robot that does the drilling work.
The use of robots in the iron ore industry is improving the efficiency and productivity of iron ore mines, and also reduces operational costs.
Emesent, a drone autonomy company, today announced a major breakthrough in the journey to fully autonomous flight systems, with the launch of Autonomy Level 2 (AL2) technology for Hovermap.
Mole-bot, a drilling biomimetic robot designed by KAIST, boasts a stout scapula, a waist inclinable on all sides, and powerful forelimbs.
An international team of scientists, including scientists from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), is creating a new tool that will enable scientists to investigate and appraise mines so as to learn if it is economically feasible to re-open them.
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A new way to detect submerged and buried mines was unveiled by Dr. Rosemarie Oelrich and Dr. Cory Stephanson during a recent technology demonstration at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
DIAGNOS Inc. ("DIAGNOS" or the "Corporation"), a leader in applying Artificial Intelligence in data mining technical services, announces today the signing of an agreement for the use of CARDS (Computer Aided Resource Detection Software) to generate mining targets on the Croinor Gold property owned by Monarques Gold Corporation ("Monarques").