Victoria Stephen explains how digital technologies can help connect mines with local suppliers and support community growth
In the first of this two-part article series, Carly Leonida and Elizabeth Freele explore the need for a better relationship between the mining industry and its consumers
How graphics technology that originated in the 90’s film industry has enabled advanced mine design, scheduling and planning capabilities. Carly talks spatial modelling in mining with Maptek’s Peter Johnson
If new business models have the potential to create financial and social value for all mining stakeholders, then why are we not applying them more widely? Carly asks Dr Jocelyn Fraser for her thoughts on the concept of shared value
Why the METS-mining company relationship is crucial in creating circularity in the mining industry
Carly asks Karen Chovan what circularity looks like in the mining business, and how we can derive value and potentially new business models from by-products
The future of mining demands a vibrant and varied workforce, so how can we move the diversity and inclusion discussion forward? Victoria Gosteva and Resa Furey debate with Carly
Water management is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, operational and social challenge that mining companies currently face. So how do we make sure there is enough for everyone?
From digital twins and statistical analysis to short interval control. The team at Polymathian guide us through the world of applied industrial mathematics and how it can transform mining operations
How much carbon dioxide does the mining industry produce each year? How will climate change impact mining operations at a physical level? And, are we doing enough to halt it? asks Carly.