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The drones are outfitted with cutting-edge cameras that live-stream footage from inside the mine or from any position on a high wall, allowing geotechnical and other specialists to examine it in real time via a compressed data link.
unmanned aerial vehicle technology allows for easy, quick, and remote inspections of high walls and underground holes, as well as other difficult-to-reach places.
The Global Remote Mine Inspection Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Harvest Technology Group Limited (Harvest) announced that its flagship product, RiSTM, is now available worldwide (Remote Inspection System). Even when connectivity is minimal or inconsistent, RiS enables high-fidelity video, synchronised data, and high-quality audio transmission from any site to another via a secure Local Area Network (LAN) using military-grade encryption.
Customers can utilise RiS to move their assets, engineers, and inspection surveyors from offshore platforms, boats, and rigs all around the world to local onshore operation centres or even their offices, where they can receive the video and data they need to conduct inspections. RiS enables technical professionals to be located in a single or numerous command centres throughout the world.
As a result, they are able to access remote operations, evaluate data, and make key choices without having to travel to the site. This increases asset and person safety while lowering environmental impact and operating expenses. “RiS is the appropriate tool for companies that want to take their remote operations management to the next level with live off-site inspection and reporting.”
The deepest remote underground mine inspection was performed by Rajant Corporation and its technological partners Australian Droid and Robot (ADR) and PBE Group.
A mobile infrastructure depth of 1.7 kilometres was accomplished using ten ADR Explora XL autonomous robots and a wireless below-ground communication network to enable the reestablishment of activities at a collapsed limestone mine and the restoration of jobs.
The operator and the Mining Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) decided that no one should enter the mine until an unmanned survey could be undertaken to safely assess the mine’s state. ADR, PBE, and Rajant worked together to find a solution to this problem.
A partnership between two robotics industry giants is set to provide the latest inspection technologies to industries including mining, improving capacities in Australia and the United States.
Nexxis, a robotic inspection and testing solution provider based in Western Australia, has formed a partnership and development collaboration with Blueprint Lab, a robotics business based in Australia that develops advanced robotic arms for hostile environments.
Clients will be able to employ Blueprint Lab’s Reach Alpha, the world’s smallest underwater robotic arm, to support the inspection and maintenance of their assets as a result of the partnership.
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