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Symboticware partners with Ramjack Technology Solutions to expand global reach

Symboticware’s vehicle sensor data telemetry and analytics solutions is likely to receive a bigger global audience after the IoT specialist signed a reseller agreement with Ramjack Technology Solutions.

Ramjack will be a Value Added Reseller in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and parts of Latin America, according to the company. Ramjack is a specialised, systems integrator dedicated to operations technology for the mining industry.

Symboticware, meanwhile, focuses on standardised information-based technology to enhance productivity, sustainability, profitability and safety through real-time data management solutions.

“Through partnerships with best-of-breed, global technology manufacturers and custom-designed service offerings, they provide mining customers with technology solutions that guarantee improvements in safety, productivity and effectiveness,” Symboticware said of Ramjack.

“Using a pragmatic combination of advanced technology products and services – purpose-built for the harsh mining environment – Ramjack bridges the critical gap between original technology manufacturers and mine operations, enabling mines to realise the full potential their technology promised.”

Kirk Petroski, President & CEO Symboticware Inc, said partnering with Ramjack as a value added reseller extends the company’s global reach, and delivers capabilities for advancements in industrial IoT and artificial intelligence into mining corridors “where a significant positive impact on mobile asset safety, visibility and efficiency can be realised”.

Mike Jackson, President & CEO of Ramjack Technology Solutions, said: “We’re very excited about our partnership with Symboticware. Mines in the regions that Ramjack serves are poised and ready to take real advantage of Symboticware’s vehicle sensor data telemetry and analytics solutions. We are looking forward to the opportunity to demonstrate the rapid returns that this technology can offer to both open-pit and underground mines.”

Symboticware and SafeBox to collaborate on mine safety initiative

Symboticware has announced a partnership with SafeBox to help mining customers safely drive production “during a time where controlling and managing a wide range of hazards is critical for mine safety”.

Symboticware focuses on standardised information-based technology to enhance productivity, sustainability, profitability and safety through real-time data management solutions, while SafeBox is a safety technology company offering, it says, the safest energy isolation solution currently on the market.

SafeBox is an electronic lockout device which safely isolates electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic sources of energy from a single location. It was engineered with the men and women of the industry to provide the safest method to de-energise complex, distributed industrial systems, the company said.

“The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout) violations has ranked in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s top 10 list in the past 20 years,” Symboticware said. “This partnership will help facilitate a much-needed change, and continue to strengthen the companies’ ability to help customers focus on safety.”

Kirk Petroski, President and CEO of Symboticware, said: “Our customers rely heavily on technology innovations as their safety requirements continue to evolve. This partnership with SafeBox allows us to continue building awareness of important safety solutions for the mining industry.”

Andre Dumas, GM at Ionic Mechatronics, parent company to SafeBox, said: “Leveraging the location of their Tucson-based headquarters, our partnership will help introduce SafeBox to the southwest US and Mexico.

“Symboticware understands technology and all the intricacies of linking the right technology to an industrial challenge. We are hopeful that the mining community in the region will understand the role that SafeBox can play in their organisation and the value that Symboticware will bring to its implementation.”