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  1. Improving sustainability: should miners turn to IoT?
  2. Rio Tinto to expand autonomous truck fleet in Pilbara, Australia
  3. The fourth industrial revolution: bringing AI to mining
  4. Uncovering titanium in Greenland
  5. Technology developed to track automated underground machines

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Improving sustainability: should miners turn to IoT?

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to dramatically reduce the impact of mining operations on the environment, and environmental monitoring is now the number one driver of IoT in the sector, according to new research from mobile satellite company Inmarsat. Julian Turner reports.

The fourth industrial revolution: bringing AI to mining

Artificial intelligence will transform the way we do everything – or so we are constantly told. But for industrial sectors such as mining, what does AI really offer? To find out, Heidi Vella caught up with Jane Zavalishina, CEO of Yandex Data Factory, which uses AI to increase efficiency and reduce costs in the mining sector.

Uncovering titanium in Greenland

BlueJay Mining’s Dundas project in Greenland is thought to hold the world’s highest-grade mineral sand ilmenite – the key ore in titanium. The venture was granted government approval in July and work is underway to prove its size. Heidi Vella speaks to BlueJay managing director, Roderick McIllree – formerly of Greenland Energy and Minerals – about Dundas and Greenland’s potential to be the 21st century’s new mining frontier.

Electric vehicle revolution to drive copper demand

The global auto industry is shifting with the electric vehicle (EV) revolution as the market is rapidly changing supported by technology improvements, increased affordability and government incentives. The evolving market will have a substantial impact on copper demand, where supply will struggle to match upcoming demand.

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