Veracio says it is furthering its commitment to redefining how miners find and process orebodies with a new partnership with The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM).
This partnership, slated to continue through 2024, marks an exciting collaboration between two leading organisations committed to shaping the future of the resource industry, Veracio said.
Earlier this year, Boart Longyear announced that its Geological Data Services division would now operate as a separate entity called Veracio, becoming a single, integrated platform to help mining companies get more value from their orebody data, faster, while mitigating the environmental impact of their decisions. Its technologies and platform, the result of a decade of testing and development in sensing, automation, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, “empowers miners to dig deeper into data, accelerating exploration and making better decisions that result in economically efficient operations and reduced waste,” the company said.
Through the AusIMM collaboration, Veracio will focus on a comprehensive thought leadership campaign and a range of online and in-person engagement initiatives, it said.
JT Clark, Veracio’s CEO (pictured on the left), said: “We look forward to engaging with professionals in the mining sector to explore how we can leverage cutting-edge technology and AI to advance orebody knowledge.”
AusIMM CEO, Stephen Durkin (pictured on the right), added: “This collaboration will share with our global community the latest insights on modern tools and techniques being deployed in our industry, ensuring our sector creates safe, sustainable value for our communities.”