Canada’s National Research Council set out to develop low cost instrumented rock bolts. The technology is now being tested by a major miner.
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Green explains how engineering led her to become a CEO in the petroleum industry
With all the focus on innovation in mining, the talking heads have failed to realize one thing: Business drives technology, not the other way around
New LTE system at Agnico's LaRonde to be deployed more than three kilometres underground
"We need to start moving away from empirical systems to quantified engineering principles, given the level of uncertainty we have in our industry."
If the mining industry is truly interested in re-imagining how value is extracted from rocks in the ground, its members could do a lot better than going back and forth with each other about how to innovate.