Technological advances in the areas of artificial intelligence, automation and blockchain are beginning to permeate the age-old profession. Mining Technology asks industry experts to give their insight into how such developments will shape the future of mining. James Woodall, CEO of Intoware gives his view on the increased use of technology inside mines.

Mining Technology: The future of mining: eight bold industry predictions Intoware

Other news from Intoware

Mining Technology: The future of mining: eight bold industry predictions Intoware In the news
December 4, 2018

Raconteur: The future of Project Management

The wave of corporate transformation unleashed by the digital revolution has greatly increased the need for project management. This report explains how a new generation of project managers is being…
Mining Technology: The future of mining: eight bold industry predictions Intoware In the news
November 7, 2018

Be The Business: How building business partnerships with universities and research bodies can pay off

Universities are edifices of industry expertise. Building business partnerships with these institutions can create commercial opportunities and help small companies kickstart innovation. This feature looks at how several businesses have identified…
Mining Technology: The future of mining: eight bold industry predictions Intoware In the news
October 31, 2018

Electronic Product Design & Test:Paper-to-digital conversion software milestone: Industry 4.0 experts partner up

Intoware, creators of WorkfloPlus – software that converts paper-based industry processes into digital work instructions – have announced their partnership with Librestream Technologies, behind the industrial enterprise-friendly Remote Expert platform. Read the…