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Top 10 Mining Tech Solution Companies In APAC - 2021

Reflecting the growing significance of climate change, reducing carbon footprint and accelerating the journey to the all-electric mine is a business priority that is driving mining companies and their customers alike today. Rapid advances in technological innovation, including automation, digitization, and electrification, are fundamentally aiding the mining sector on this front. Concurrently, the switch to remote services in response to the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of Industry 4.0 solutions in mining companies that automate operations for optimized productivity, reduce equipment downtime and costs, predict rather than preventative maintenance, and enhance safety for mining personnel. A few technologies reshaping the sector include autonomous vehicles, automated drilling and tunnel-boring systems, drones, and smart sensors.

Today, underground drones are being used as mine scouts, flying through mines to search caves, collect data, and aid in mapping. They’ve proved highly effective at recording gas levels, identifying geological features, and taping high-quality visuals of the caves, eliminating the need to send human surveyors. After excavation, there are multiple risks in a confidential setting like potential collapse, inaccessible areas, and no light. By sending drones into unfamiliar areas, workers are kept safe from such possible hazards as well.

In addition, the more automated a mine is, the easier it is to collect data. That data includes everything from mine conditions to inventory to fleet maintenance needs. As more and more mines add automated machines to their process, more data will be collected, leading to improved analysis, operating efficiency, and safety. The majority of the mining software available compiles and sorts data, storing it for easy access even remotely. With software like that in place, equipment operators and management can track how much material is used and, if needed, have repairs to avoid costly downtimes.

At this juncture, there is a variety of mining tech solution providers entering the market to cater to the different needs of enterprises. To help them choose the service that best fits their requirement, Metals and Mining Review has compiled a list of the most promising mining tech solution providers in the APAC region. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs.

We present to you Metals and Mining Review’s, “Top 10 Mining Tech Solution Providers in APAC – 2021.”

    Top Mining Tech Solution Companies In APAC

  • JSG Industrial Systems is a developer and distributor of industrial tech solutions specializing in fire suppression, lubrication and fluid management systems. A part of the JSG Industrial Group, the company offers sophisticated next-generation fire suppression technology in collaboration with Muster®. The Muster® Fire Suppression System constantly monitors the integrity of its system on mobile mining equipment and issues immediate fire activation responses. JSG Industrial Systems also provides hands-on training and technical support to mining personnel and engineers at the mine sites, as well as to distributors within the countries where it supports the Muster® Fire Suppression Systems

    jsgindustrial.com

  • NextOre was formed in 2017 and brings together technical and commercial expertise to guide companies through all stages of sorting implementation – from technical and economic studies through to detailed materials handling design and installation. NextEra's Magnetic Resonance technology is the culmination of decades of research and development by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), a global leader in both R&D and technology commercialization, having invented disruptive technologies including WiFi and polymer banknotes. CSIRO’s Magnetic Resonance technology has proven unparalleled for accuracy and speed of grade measurements in mining applications.

    nextore.com.au

  • SmartTech Australia began its journey in 2017 with just four employees, and in just one year, the company was able to acquire LOADRITE dealerships. Today, along with its sister company SITECH WA Pty Ltd, SmartTech Australia has the biggest Trimble LOADRITE dealership in the world. The company understands the importance of Chain of Responsibility (CoR) in the mining industry. It helps improve the safety and accountability on the job site as contractors are responsible for ensuring Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) compliance.

    www.smarttechaustralia.com.au

  • 3D-P

    3D-P

    3D-P is a privately held company that was founded in 1996 by a team of mining and positioning technology experts. It was created to bring innovative thinking and new technologies to the mining industry. They have since evolved to bring this approach to several outdoor industrial environments around the world. No one works harder to understand the unique environments their clients are working in or the unique needs their operations have. The mission is to provide technology-based services and products to enhance the productivity of the industrial community through wireless access to real-time data.

  • BreatheSafe

    BreatheSafe

    BreatheSafe is an Australian company dedicated to ongoing innovation to ensure the delivery of the most efficient air quality systems available today. Air quality experts design their intelligent High Pressure HEPA Filtration systems to protect worker’s lungs fully, machines, and electronics from hazardous dust in the workplace. Manufactured locally in Brisbane, each system is customised to suit any purpose in any environment. With over 100 years of collective experience in airconditioning and air filtering and experts in supporting fields, BreatheSafe guarantees the highest quality and efficient products and workmanship.

  • Codan Limited

    Codan Limited

    Founded in 1959, Codan Limited (ASX: CDA) is a group of electronics and engineering businesses that capitalizes on its fundamental design and manufacturing skills to provide best-in-class electronics solutions applicable to global markets. They develop innovative technology solutions for communications and mining markets to solve their customer's safety, security and productivity problems. Codan products are sold in more than 150 countries to the following markets: Government, Business, Aid and humanitarian, Security and military, and sophisticated consumers. All of their products have an excellent reputation for performance, quality, and reliability in the harshest and most remote environments on earth.

  • Donald McArthy Trading

    Donald McArthy Trading

    Donald McArthy Trading is in the business of trading and processing non-ferrous metals, minor metals, rare earth metals, high-temperature alloys, and superalloys. Not a typical trading house, they are also a premier service provider that specializes in recycling solutions serving the energy, aerospace, and electronics industries. By leveraging its technical knowledge, extensive end-user market, and superior processes and infrastructure, it can offer its customers and suppliers better margins, better turnaround times, and better all-around value. They pride themselves on their sustainable business practices and are constantly seeking to enhance quality, optimize productivity and encourage innovation.

  • Osaka Namari Suzu Seirensho

    Osaka Namari Suzu Seirensho

    Valuing the limited resources of the earth and maintaining the environment are major challenges for the future of humankind. Osaka Lead Tin Smelter is a "small first-class company". They continue to contribute to the construction of a sound material-cycle society for the next 100 years with their corporate culture and high-lead and cemented carbide recycling technology that they have cultivated during the 100 years since their founding. They have achieved good results, supported by their employees' deep understanding of the social contribution and their passion to become a first-class environment-friendly company.

  • Phinar Software

    Phinar Software

    Established in 2006 in Western Australia, Phinar Software provides flexible and easy-to-use technical applications for scientists, engineers, and data analysts. Phinar’s founder, Rob de Bruin, led several flagship applications used in major Mining, Scientific and Financial companies – including Goldman Sachs, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Goldfields, and Barrick. Their X10 platform is used in Snowden’s Supervisor Suite of geostatistical software, employed by some of the biggest mining companies at over 300 sites across the globe. All their products are easily and fully extendable by 3rd party developers, to quickly add value for specific market segments, or to integrate with corporate workflows.

  • Worley

    Worley

    Worley's ideas have switched on the lights in a million Kenyan homes. They’ve provided fresh drinking water to local communities and transformed waste products into clean energy. They deliver projects and provide engineering, procurement, and construction expertise to the upstream, midstream, chemicals, power, and mining and minerals sectors. Thanks to their range of services and the scope of its expertise, they work with their customers at every stage of their project: from initial concepts to sustaining and enhancing their assets.