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Predictive Maintenance & IoT Impact on Mining

Predictive Maintenance & IoT Impact on Mining

Many operations use preventive maintenance, the traditional method for keeping equipment maintained and running properly. Preventive maintenance is triggered by factors such as meter readings and manufacturer service recommendations. The downside to this method is...

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Don’t Let Predictive Maintenance Erode Your MTBF

Don’t Let Predictive Maintenance Erode Your MTBF

Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) is a closely monitored key performance indicator for mining operations.  MTBF is the sum of lengths of the operational periods divided by the number of observed failures. In other words, it measures the mean time, in hours, from when a...

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Making The Machines Work For You

Making The Machines Work For You

DINGO’s Chief Operations Officer, Gary Fouche, thinks data is one of the most important drivers of the business. We asked him how data is made even more valuable when predictive analytics and machine learning come into play. What excites you most about predictive...

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Delving Into Thick Data

Delving Into Thick Data

Australia's Mining Monthly - Big data is being touted as a way to save mining companies billions, however, like most things, context is all important. While it brings a flood of information, finding the one piece that can unlock savings can be tough. DINGO managing...

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Australia’s Mining Monthly: Come Together

Australia’s Mining Monthly: Come Together

Australia's Mining Monthly - A COLLABORATIVELY- developed series of machine learning algorithms has been nominated for an Australia’s Mining Monthly award. The algorithms, developed by DINGO and the Queensland University of Technology were nominated for the Innovation...

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It May Be Better To Be Thick

It May Be Better To Be Thick

Australia's Mining Monthly - Brisbane-based software developer DINGO reckons thick data, rather than big data, is the way for miners to save millions on maintenance costs.The company is forging data-driven solutions for heavy-asset operators looking for ways to...

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