Technology

Shake it out

Cecilia Keating

Martin Engineering's new Cougar vibrator allows drivers to safely dislodge bulky material from inside the cab

Mining goes mobile

Ian Ewing

Low-cost, handheld applications to make field work flow better

How machine learning will disrupt mining

Guy Desharnais

Artificial intelligence has the power to revolutionize the mining process, but competent human teams are required to implement and supervise the algorithms to avoid worthless, or even destructive, results.

Simplified controls

Cecilia Keating

Rock-Tech's Gen II Titanium underground utility vehicles designed to reduce in-cab distractions

Sharper shooters

Kylie Williams

Handheld and on-site geochemistry and mineral analysis tools are evolving to be faster, more precise and more connected than ever before

From mining's Dark Age to a mining innovation Renaissance

"We need to start moving away from empirical systems to quantified engineering principles, given the level of uncertainty we have in our industry."

Women of Innovation

Women of Innovation recounts the stories of 20 inspiring and innovative women engineers in Canada

2020 Vision

In the New Year, Continental Gold will pour concrete for the processing plant at its Buriticá project. The operation will be built on the quality of the high-grade deposit and the strength of the recent peace accord in Colombia – what could be the foundation for a new generation of development there