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Epiroc, FLSmidth and Emesent ready to shine at QME

Epiroc, FLSmidth and Emesent ready to shine at QME
Mining News Pro - The largest-ever Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition (QME) is set to kick off on July 19, and Epiroc, FLSmidth and Emesent will be among those front and centre.
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The event will see exhibitors from around Australia showcase product launches, exclusive previews, and workshops.

QME is targeted at mining and maintenance engineers, as well as site executives. The exhibitors will be spread out across three sold-out pavilions, and three companies in particular are ready to show off their work.

Queensland-based tech company Emesent specialises in drone data collection and analysis. QME attendees can look forward to checking out its new Hovermap ST autonomy and mapping solution, along with demonstrations.

“We’re looking forward to showing Hovermap to everyone attending QME,” Emesent chief executive officer and co-founder Dr Stefan Hrabar said. “Hovermap uses LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) sensor data, in real-time, for collision avoidance and navigation, rather than relying on GPS.

“Data-capture experts worldwide have been using Hovermap to map challenging and dangerous environments, from problematic stopes in the world’s deepest base-metal mine to completing fall-of-ground inspections after seismic events.”

Another exciting launch at QME will be Epiroc’s new drill pipe service truck.

“It’s remote-controlled with operator safety at the forefront of design,” Simon Martin, from Epiroc’s tools and attachments division, said. “The service truck allows for in-field pipe change outs, which reduces drill downtime and ultimately contributes to productivity on the site.”

Martin’s whole team will attend QME, ready to provide inspections of the service truck, which can handle the most common drill pipe sizes in the Australian market.

Also exhibiting at QME will be FLSmidth, which is collaborating with TUNRA Bulk Solids to deliver a companion event on July 20 that focuses on material handling science.

The two-hour workshop will be led by University of Newcastle-based engineers and delegates from FLSmidth.

“We are excited about the collaboration between FLSmidth and TUNRA Bulk Solids and embraced this opportunity to deliver a technical workshop that will speak to the engineers, designers and maintenance managers already at QME,” FLSmidth regional product line manager Alex Bozward said.

“It’s an excellent opportunity for professional development, and it couldn’t be easier to attend when you’re off-site and at QME already.”


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