VALE S11D Uses Immersive Technologies Simulation Equipment to Train Truckless System Operators
5 July 2016
The S11D project in Canaã dos Carajás - Pará - Brazil is in the world spotlight as their truckless mining production is slated to begin in 2016. S11D will be one of the biggest mines in the world and this new production method requires an advanced solution for operator training. Immersive Technologies, the global leader in mining equipment simulators, will provide high-tech simulators for mining equipment and customized virtual training environments for VALE loading machine operators, enabling the incorporation of new procedures to ensure a safe and productive operation.
Tata Invests In Additional Simulators from Immersive Technologies
16 June 2016
Tata Steel has recently invested in additional simulators from
Immersive Technologies for operator training. A customer for the past
14 years, Tata has committed to ensuring the safest operators and
invest heavily in advanced technologies for the most effective and
Immersive Technologies Helping Miners Save Jobs, Lives and Profit Margins
25 May, 2016
Immersive Technologies has released further detailed verified results arising from their work with key mining customers. In partnership with mine management teams across Australia, North America, Latin
America, Africa, Europe and Asia Immersive has delivered dozens of
Continuous Improvement (CI) projects that have helped miners control
costs, lift productivity and maintain safety standards.
Rio Tinto Marandoo Improves Haul Truck Reliability and Productivity Winning Immersive Technologies’ 2015 Business Improvement Award
21 April, 2016
The annual recognition for mining companies using simulation for operator training and business improvement from Immersive Technologies was awarded to Australia’s Rio Tinto Marandoo.
Underground Mining Business Surges for Immersive Technologies with Ten New Simulators in Development and More Underway
4 April, 2016
Underground sales for Immersive Technologies’ equipment simulators have seen a recent surge leading to the development of 10 new underground simulator machine types. The company has seen a definite rise in customer’s need for their products and services over the last six months globally.