Dingo’s Trakka Wins the 2017 Mining Magazine Software Award

Feb 1, 2018 | Company News, Insights

Mining Magazine – Trakka 4.5 wins international spotlight for helping mines maximise on sensor data 

DINGO’s Trakka® 4.5, the latest version of its industry leading predictive maintenance software, beat out the competition to win the Software category in the global 2017 Mining Magazine Awards.

The annual awards recognise outstanding new technologies, initiatives and equipment performance in the global mining sector.  According to Mining Magazine, the winners have demonstrated outstanding commitment to advancing the face of mining over the past 12 months.

DINGO launched Trakka 4.5 last September to help mine operators make sense of their vast quantities of sensor data, so they can make smarter decisions about repairing, maintaining and replacing their assets.

This latest version of DINGO’s cloud-based predictive maintenance software harnesses over 25 years of asset health, technology, and maintenance expertise to transform a mining operation’s data into actionable intelligence that produces real-world results.

By analysing data and assessing the complete picture, Trakka 4.5 can help maintenance teams quickly pinpoint the corrective work required to keep assets healthy and drive tangible cost and productivity savings.

DINGO currently manages more than $10 billion in assets across 236 operations throughout the world, with customers recording more than $450 million in savings across more than 135,000 components.

With so many technologies transforming the mining sector, it’s rewarding for DINGO’s new product development to be recognised among the most innovative in the world.

For more information on how DINGO’s Trakka software can help maximise on your data to increase availability, extend equipment life, and reduce operating costs, send us an email at info@newsitetest.dingo.com or visit our Contact Us form.


“Trakka allows our team to run a highly effective condition-based maintenances program that helps our mine operate at the lowest cost per hour.”

– Maintenance Manager at a leading North American coal mine

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