During the event, the company, together with leading mining clients from Peru and Chile, exhibited the results of this system, unique in the world, which consists of sensors that are installed on the loading shovel, analyze the rock in real time and send the average grade data from CAEX to the dispatch center.
Jeff More, CEO of MineSense Technologies, describes the participation of the Canadian company in Perumin 35, an international mining fair, which was held in Arequipa, Peru, as very successful.
“Our presence at this event, together with the recent opening of the regional headquarters and Service Center in Santiago de Chile, confirm the company’s deep interest in the South American market,” says the executive. He adds that, “as is the case in the rest of the world, mining companies in the region need to increase their productivity and make this industry a more sustainable industry. Our innovative ShovelSense system, which we promoted at Perumin, helps to meet both objectives.”