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INDUSTRY NEWS


MINE SAFETY COLLISION AVOIDANCE SOLUTION


Nanotron Technologies and Selectronic have announced their first joint product: the PDS2400 Collision Avoidance Solution (CAS) for open-pit mine safety The PDS2400 is an RF-based


proximity detection solution that supports collision awareness and proximity warning between fast moving vehicles, as well as between vehicles and people. The new solution helps mine


operators ensure that they comply with all relevant safety legislation, such as Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) regulations in the USA. The PDS2400 CAS solution includes advanced vehicle systems with Controller Area Network (CAN) bus-based displays and personnel tags with wireless Qi chargers, and operates for up to 50 hours between charges.


Industrial computers for mining industry


Hexagon’s Mining division has introduced HxGN MineDiscover Core LP and Core HP, rugged industrial computers designed for the toughest mining environments. The new low-precision and


high-precision computers feature an extremely robust design, tailor-made for the most challenging conditions. They deliver exceptional performance, capturing telemetry and production data and boosting site efficiency and productivity.


Both modules


feature a powerful Intel-based


computing platform that dramatically improves performance and enables better machine application integration. The units deliver


excellent flexibility and scalability, future-proofing mining customers‘ investment in the machine platform. The MineDiscover Core units


feature a variety of integrated connectivity options. These include dual Wi-Fi modules, cell modem and UHF radio. Additionally, Core HP integrates a high-performance chassis sensor to improve machine tool accuracy.


Two new ultra-class trucks from Cat


With the introduction of the new Cat 798 AC and the 796 AC, Caterpillar expands its mining truck line to give customers the flexibility to choose what meets their needs and preferences. The new electric-drive 798 AC features a 372-tonne (410- ton) payload and joins the proven mechanical-drive Cat 797F in the 400-short-ton size class. The new electric-drive 796 AC delivers 326-tonne (360-ton) payload and will replace the Cat 795 AC in regions where engine emissions are highly regulated. The design of the new trucks


focuses on delivering excellent payload, high reliability and simple serviceability. These attributes are


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TEREX HAS ITS SIGHTS SET ON NORTH AMERICAN EXPANSION


built on the frame and chassis design proven in 18 million hours of legacy truck operation and now used by the Cat 794 AC. The AC powertrain of each of the


two new trucks draws from the Cat 795 AC and Cat 794 AC, which have been operating successfully for about five million hours. Cat AC electric drive is developed and manufactured by Caterpillar.


Terex Trucks has big plans for North America. The company wants to expand its already 35-strong North American dealer network, bringing its TA300 and TA400 machines to even more customers throughout the region. “Historically, North America


has always been a strong market for us,” says Robert Franklin. “A high proportion of the machines we make at in Motherwell are distributed across this region. As a company, we want to grow our business in North America, reaching new customers and working with our dealer network to deliver an even better service.”


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