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  1. Mining the UK
  2. Mapping the future: Professor Hyam Rubinstein discusses the MineOptima project
  3. Into the black: new mining drone delves deep
  4. Uncovering titanium in Greenland
  5. Technology developed to track automated underground machines

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Mining the UK

The days of deep coal mining may be largely gone for the UK, but small-scale, varied mines are ensuring the industry’s survival. In this interactive map, we spotlight some of these sustaining projects, including lithium mining in Cornwall, tin mining in Devon and gold mining in the Highlands.

Into the black: new mining drone delves deep

Swiss manufacturer Flyability has developed a new drone that’s been tested in the Lac des Iles mine in Canada. Working in narrow, pitch-black passages is no easy task – Molly Lempriere asks, how was it done by drone?

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.

Miner Operated Survey System

Significantly reduces Overbreak by displaying the mine design and blast pattern directly onto the rock face for the miner.

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