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Tightening the Net on Lighting Plants

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Whether on an urban construction site or a remote mine, all sites require non-stop lighting. One of the many benefits of lighting plants is their ability to be transported throughout site with relative ease. The constant movement of the plant means that locating/refuelling and maintaining can be costly. Lighting.   Problem Manually turning lighting plants

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Reducing Idle Time

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Water trucks are a pivotal part of mining operations. Given Australia’s landscape, dust control can be a real hazard for employees, disrupting operations and causing extensive delays to production. Water trucks counteract this problem by spraying the earth and reducing the billowing dust at site. As well as this, water trucks are a vital element in the

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The BM2 Enclosure

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With iVolve Chief Technology Officer, David Eagles. Enclosures house and protect electrical equipment from its environment, and when its environment is a mine site being frequently exposed to dust (especially iron ore and coal, which are highly conductive), extreme heat and vibration that is severe enough on some machines to shear steel bolts, the enclosure needs

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Building Solid Firmware

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with iVolve engineer, Daniel Zollinger. When building firmware there are two important factors in balancing speed to market and product creation. The two approaches that iVolve take into account are building on existing code and intelligent problem identification.   Building Existing Code Creating a new product does not require starting from scratch. At iVolve, we leverage as much as possible from existing code

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Austmine Women in STEM: METS Career Pathway Program

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With iVolve CEO, Kim Parascos Recently, iVolve CEO Kim Parascos, spoke at the Austmine Women in STEM: METS Career Pathway Program at Queensland University of Technology. The program was aimed at second, third and fourth year female university students in a number of different field including engineering, computer sciences, geology, metallurgy and mathematics. Kim took some

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