Modern mines have not only made the job easier for human workers, but they are also enabling new efficiencies in many different mining operations. One example of this is the efficient use of water enabled by artificial intelligence (AI) industry. Here are 3 ways AI is shaping water use in the mining industry.
Aging water and wastewater infrastructures are rapidly deteriorating in most cities, accelerating the need for water utilities to upgrade their asset management plans. To remain competitive in the current climate, engineering and consulting firms have to consistently reevaluate and improve their asset management practices. Read this article to learn how engineering firms can offer top quality asset management engineering services to large and small water utilities...
While you cannot control the intricacies of the global economy that move economies and prices of commodities as a miner, you can most certainly control how you operate at mining sites to minimize your operational expenditures. Here are some ways to minimize OPEX at your mining site
AI enables users to accomplish milestones previously considered unreachable while reducing costs where it was simply not possible before, like water and wastewater treatment. One industry where this is increasingly evident is mining. Here are 4 key components of this intelligent and efficient water usage in mining