Many ground control management plans (GCMP) specify geotechnical monitoring requirements that are often expensive to implement and are difficult to manage due to the need to bring in a surveyor to carry out periodic monitoring.
Remote pump monitoring
Xylem’s Field Smart Technology (FST) is an advanced telemetry and cloud-based system enabling monitoring and control of your diesel pump sets anywhere in the world.
Filling in a former quarry is a tough job for Melbourne’s Bayport but its Volvo Construction Equipment is up to the task, benefiting from years of experience.
Intelligence of breaking
Rammer, the leading supplier of smart rockbreaker technology, was the first on the market to add remote monitoring system, RD3 for hydraulic rockbreakers and has recently enhanced access to data by introducing SAM.
Boral board begins to change: La Spina out
Boral has begun making significant changes to its executive team as a cost cutting exercise, removing chief finance and strategy officer, Tino La Spina, from his position.
Boral earnings affected by floods, war
Boral has been negatively impacted by floods in eastern Australia, as well as increased fuel and coal prices, leading to a drop in expected earnings for the 2022 financial year (FY2022).
Boral boss says government can do more to facilitate growth
The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation has hosted a webinar on Australia’s housing market in 2021-22 and beyond, with Boral’s Zlatko Todorcevski on the panel.
Holcim to build NZ’s low-carbon cement capacity
Holcim Australia and New Zealand has committed to construct and operate a facility which imports and distributes low-carbon cement replacement products in Auckland.
Komatsu covers ground with QLD distribution facility
Komatsu has opened an innovation hub and distribution centre in Wacol, Queensland, showcasing the latest technology during its construction and upon completion in an interactive exhibition.
Adbri hardly skips a beat in 2021 results
Adbri increased sales volumes for all its products except lime in 2021 and managing director Nick Miller expects 2022 to be bigger and better.