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Workforce Development for an Autonomous Future at Anglo’s Quellaveco Mine

6th January 2020 Located in the Moquegua region in the south of Peru, Quellaveco is one of the world’s largest undeveloped copper deposits. Part of the mine plans are to transition to autonomous haulage systems, and Quellaveco will utilize simulation-based training and workforce development solutions from... 

Byrnecut partners with Immersive Technologies to develop a world class technical training center.

27th September 2019 Byrnecut, in partnership with Immersive Technologies, have set a new standard in workforce training solutions with the success of its Perth based technical training center. Byrnecut are now set to achieve measurable in-field cost reductions, productivity gains and safety improvements via changes... 

Australian mining, automation important for company’s growth

9th August 2019 The strong and sustainable state of the Australian mining market, as well as the increasing prevalence of automation in mining operations and processes, is contributing to consistent business and involvement for global mining technology and workforce optimisation firm Immersive Technologies.... 

Technologies Powers Ahead for Superior Industry Support.

9th July 2019 Immersive Technologies has engaged in an unprecedented level of mining machine simulator development for a diverse range of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) over the past year. This is set to continue with projects underway for new and existing customers to build simulators for heavy... 
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Ford partners with GE Healthcare to produce 50 000 ventilators

Ford Motor Company and GE Healthcare have partnered to produce 50 000 ventilators within 100 days, at Ford’s Rawsonville components plant, in Michigan, in the US. This follows after the US government set a goal of providing 100 000 ventilators to Covid-19 patients in the country in 100 days.  

Air transport body warns that world airlines are burning up their cash at an alarming rate

International commercial aviation representative body the International Air Transport Association (IATA) published a new analysis on March 31 that indicated that the world’s airlines would, during the second quarter of this year, suffer a total net loss of $39-billion. They would also expend... 
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