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Lift The Fog

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Connect your site with iVolve’s mesh network. iVolve’s Nexis hardware is a powerful networking application platform.  In addition to running the on-board FMS application, it also implements a self discovering, self-healing wireless mesh network between machines and from machines to site infrastructure.  The inclusion of mesh networking is an important consideration in highly mobile environments. 

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iVolve partners with Brandt

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PRESS RELEASE Debi Parascos iVolve Key Accounts & Marketing Manager Ph. +61 7 3253 6700 E: Brisbane, Australia – May 10th 2018 iVolve Pty Ltd partners with Brandt. to expand the Canadian mining market. iVolve, a leading provider of Fleet Management Systems for the mining sector is pleased to announce a partnership with Brandt, a value-added

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Meet the Team - Kate Grainger

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iVolve are pleased to welcome our newest team member, Kate Grainger, to the family.  Kate joins us a Technical Writer and will be working closely with our growth team to deliver product documentation and training material. “I bring with me more than ten years of technical writing experience with a focus on software documentation, information architecture, and customer satisfaction.

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Meet the Team - Jared Bache

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iVolve are pleased to welcome our newest team member, Jared Bache, to the family.  Jared joins us a Channel Sales Manager and will be working closely with our growth team to collaborate with iVolve’s nationwide channel partners to build and drive growth. “I have worked in both the construction and mining industries for a number of years,

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Incident Investigation: Vehicle Speed

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Vehicle interactions are extremely disruptive for a mine site, putting the entire production process out of kilter and causing detrimental follow on effects. One single incident can result in a complete standstill of operations, causing thousands of dollars in lost production. Identifying the speed vehicles were travelling at before a crash is essential for quick

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