Guardvant technology continues to grow in Mexico, and is one of the market leaders in Mexico for fatigue monitoring systems for open pit mines.

The company has recently added another $4 million in orders to earlier deployments around the country.

Companies that have recently purchased the OpGuard, Operator Fatigue and Alertness Monitoring Systems include Grupo Acerero del Norte, Grupo Mexico, and GoldCorp, as well as a number of smaller operations.

Safety is a priority for Mexican mining companies, and the mines have tested multiple fatigue monitoring systems to ensure that the best selection was made for system performance, and continuing service and support.

Operator fatigue is widely recognized as a leading cause of accidents involving mining equipment.

OpGuard’s fatigue monitoring technology is the technical foundation of many mines’ management programs that enables mine managers to prevent accidents before they happen.

Fatigue event data captured by OpGuard provides mine managers with verifiable information to be used as part of their fatigue risk management program.

Guardvant’s suite of products improves safety in the mining environment while increasing productivity of operators through on-board applications for fatigue monitoring and collision avoidance.

When combined, OpGuard and ProxGuard, which are installed on heavy equipment and light-vehicle fleets, provide fatigue monitoring and improve the equipment operator’s situational awareness.

The Guardvant Mobile Server on-board computer and Guardvant Managed Mobile Router communications platform provide flexible options to streamline installation and use of multiple on-board applications regardless of the application brand.

For more information, please contact Guardvant.