From June, 6th - 7th, the SAIMM Mine Planning Colloquim 2017 took place in Randburg, Johannesburg (South Africa).
Becker Mining South Africa (Pty) Ltd. exhibited our latest innovations in the field of Proximity Detection (PDS) and Collision Avoidance Systems (CAS) at the conference. The conference has evolved over the last years and has become a fixed date on every key player's agenda. Bringing together Mining students with industry leader's, SAIMM Mine Planning conference is an event for interesting discussions and exchange of ideas.
Becker Mining South Africa (Pty) Ltd. - a key supplier of safety and communications technologies to the mining sector - has developed and advanced proximity detection systems (PDS) and collision avoidance systems (CAS) for nearly 20 years,” says Andrew Trentelman, Becker Mining South Africa (Pty) Ltd.. “The company’s patented tri-technology point of detection system, which delivers unrivalled protection and scalability in proximity systems, conforms to stringent South African legislation regarding interactions between personnel and TMMs for the hard rock and coal mining industry. “This is the only underground system available globally which combines these three technologies - UHF, radar and electromagnetic - into one scalable system.”
Becker’s modular CAS solutions encompass all aspects of the most advanced mining communications and technology. A key advantage, is the Becker MineView software visualisation package allows for mine-wide integration with all SCADA-related systems, as well as real-time location and resource management systems provided by the Becker Mining Systems Group.
The conference was organised by the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) and involved company exhibits, as well as a series of presentations and discussion sessions on the development and implementation of PDS and CAS for underground and surface mobile machinery.
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Pictured below from far left: Andrew Trentelman and Ken Quick (Becker Mining South Africa (Pty) Ltd., Max Brinckman (Becker Mining Systems AG)