Videos

Mining data and data for mining

Dalia Asterbadi

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.

Handheld tech for elemental analysis in the field

Don Sackett

Don Sackett doesn't know his minerals. He'll be the first to tell you. But he does know a lot about building handheld instrumentation to help those who do know minerals identify them in the field. 

Virtual reality in mine development and operations

Clark Whiting

Virtual reality allows for better engineering and design says Clark Whiting of Cementation AG. Using the case study of an elevated conveyor system, he explains how creating the work environment before it is constructed can save a lot of headaches and money.

Women of Innovation

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

Mining goes mobile

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

The nuts and bolts of 3D printing

Stacey DelVecchio explains how Caterpillar is using 3D printing now and the company's vision for how it will be used in heavy equipment and mining in the future