Monster Trucks - The Future of Mine Site Automation?

Driverless Trucks the Future for Rio Tinto?

According to a recent article by Kirsty Bond, Marketing & Communications Manager for Master Electricians Australia, half the trucks working for Rio Tinto, the nation’s biggest iron ore exporter, will be transporting Australia’s main resource bounty without drivers within the next three years.

Rio Tinto, which is pioneering the move into automated mining equipment in Australia, is adding 150 automated trucks to its Mine of the Future program after signing an agreement with Komatsu to expand the fleet by the end of 2015.

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Master Electricians Australia represents the best of the electrical trade across the country. They accredit electrical contractors who can deliver a professional, safe and reliable service. Owned by the ECA Group, they form a nationwide network operating under the Master Electricians brand. The Master Electricians logo has become the hallmark that inspires trust for electrical contractors and consumers nationally. For more information visit http://www.masterelectricians.com.au/

Monster Trucks - The Future of Mine Site Automation?.

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