WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO: A current partnership with Jellinbah Mines has yielded great success. A site wide review of current practices identified significant cost savings would be achieved by implementing iVolve’s Plant Manager for lighting plants at Jellinbah Mine. The operation and maintenance of lighting plants is a costly, labour-intensive activity. Jellinbah Mine identified
Within the commercial reality of the modern business world, there are countless pressures on an engineering team that will lead to inevitable compromises. As an engineer with more than 30 years’ experience, I’d have to say that I have seen code that doesn’t even meet the basics. In order to meet deadlines, functionality is promised
Creating new products from nothing is a challenge. It requires planning and preparation, following step by step instructions, focusing creativity, being goal oriented, and often compromising between various design considerations. In the case of iVolve software as the product, our developers wrap up this process with a functioning software build and a feeling of satisfaction.
Data, that is collected by the iVolve FMS and stored in the iVolve database, is usually presented via iControl, dashboards and reports. But what about answering ad hoc questions that require more analysis? One option would be to use SQL and Microsoft Excel. But querying the data using SQL is usually only an option for
iVolve sites across the world are home to databases containing billions of GNSS locations from their real-time fleets. Our systems actively monitor machine location, and fuse this data to a wide range of other machine information to provide real-time insights. In this way, an immense amount of value is already extracted in real-time use cases