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How We Make UX in Haulage a Great Experience

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With Engineer Callum Coe Making a great end-user experience (UX) is something that iVolve prides itself on. Interfacing and making sure software is intuitive across all operational levels onsite involves a meticulous process of ‘getting it just right’. This is especially true for haulage, where not having access to the right data can mean money

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Coding and Software Development for Haulage

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With Daniel Zollinger. There is a lot to be done before you can start writing quality code and developing software for haulage data systems. It’s not just a matter of sitting down at your computer and starting to write. iVolve Software Engineer Daniel Zollinger has vast experience in writing quality software, and says getting these

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We're moving office!

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iVolve is excited to announce the relocation of our head office to SW1 in South Brisbane where we look forward to the advantages of co-sharing a floor with our strategic partner, Topcon Position Systems. Where are we moving to? From August 1st, 2016 our new office address details will be: Level 7 52 Merivale Street South

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How Does iVolve Provide Support to Clients?

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We have explained that one of the key areas of fleet management is tracking haulage – all the information you need to know about what trucks are hauling in real time. We have discussed the importance of this in lieu of the commodity price fluctuations in 2016, as well as the important developmental stages. Data

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Haulage Data Analysis in the Real World

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With Jeremy Callaghan. It is all well and good talking about what goes on behind the scenes into developing haulage data parameters at the office, far removed from the mine sites hundreds of kilometres away. It can be hard to decipher what this means for the operator in the cab, and the manager onsite in

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