(Las Vegas, NV) Today at MINExpo, HARD-LINE released a revolutionary mining product that will change the way mining companies use rockbreakers, with Auto Rockbreaker. The latest autonomous HARD-LINE product allows operators to automate various rockbreaking tasks that have yet to be done.
“Our team has come up with solutions that make one of the more difficult mining methods, much easier,” said HARD-LINE Senior VP of Technology, Ryan Siggelkow. “A major benefit is that the system does not require a highly trained operator, which will make it easier for companies to attract talent.”
HARD-LINE’s VP of Sales, Phil Pelland has been in mining for more than forty years and has seen the slow evolution of rockbreakers, until now. “Besides the fact it removes operators from dangerous environments, Auto Rockbreaker provides operator solutions for limited visibility and poor depth perception.” He added: “It is compatible with all rockbreaker makes and models and it is designed to be retrofitted for existing breakers.”
At MINExpo, HARD-LINE is hosting simulations where delegates are seeing unique features such as autonomously parking the hammer and deploying it, known as auto park and auto deploy. The new rockbreaker technology uses a series of sensors, including cameras to survey the environment. The sensor data is then processed by cutting-edge computer vision and machine learning algorithms to recognize the rockbreaker’s surroundings.
As the system continues to advance, HARD-LINE is looking to partner with more mine sites to further augment the system’s unique capabilities.
To book a Auto Rockbreaker simulation with our team, and to find out more about the new autonomous product, contact firstname.lastname@example.org Also, visit us today and Wednesday at MINExpo this week at booth 1013.
HARD-LINE is a global technology company specializing in remote & tele-remote-control solutions for heavy machinery that allow our customers to move personnel away from dangerous areas – increasing production safely. After 25 years of operations, HARD-LINE continues to evolve – with two offices in Sudbury, including a new Technology Centre in the city’s downtown as well offices in Chile, Peru, and Utah with distributors located in Australia, U.S.A, and Mexico.
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