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Trimble offers MINExpo preview

By |  August 10, 2021

Trimble

Trimble will present a range of mining solutions to improve safety, productivity and efficiency at MINExpo International 2021.

The company will be on hand in the South Hall (Booth 27927) of the Las Vegas Convention Center during the Sept. 13-15 trade show.

Those who visit the Trimble booth will have the opportunity to learn about several technology offerings. 

Trimble autonomy

Trimble partnered with Roborace to make autonomous car racing a reality, and the Robocar will be on display at the show.

According to Trimble, the same positioning technology that’s helping the Robocar maintain precise in-lane positioning at speeds up to 175.49 mph is powering haul trucks for positioning and orientation in mining operations.

Trimble will also feature smart antennas and inertial sensors that provide a high-accuracy, continuous solution for precision GNSS – a critical component of a safe and sustainable operation on land or under it, the company says.

Trimble Insight 

MINExpo visitors will also have the opportunity to visit with Trimble product experts, see a demo and learn about Trimble Insight, which provides greater visibility of fleet inefficiency or downtime for quarry and mine managers.

Trimble Insight draws data from Trimble Loadrite loader, excavator, haul truck and conveyor belt sensors to provide easy-to-read dashboards, monitor alerts and productivity data to help operators make better business decisions. 

Trimble Loadrite payload, productivity solutions

Trimble Loadrite payload and productivity management solutions use on-board scales to help monitor and improve load and haul, processing and loadout operations. Key solutions at MINExpo will include Trimble Smart Haul load and haul tracking software and Loadrite L3180 Smartscales for wheel loaders. 

Kevin Yanik

About the Author:

Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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