NRW Strikes Deal with MaxMine

NRW Holding’s mining division has signed an agreement with MaxMine to use its technology across a $300 million Dalgaranga gold mine contract in Western Australia.

The technology is hoped to improve operational productivity while increasing environmental efficiency within mine sites using AI based technology.

MaxMine’s technology will be used to capture and contextualise data at open mining operations at Dalgaranga, under an existing six-year $300 million contract NRW is undertaking at the Gascoyne Resources-owned site.

MaxMine then translates this data (a digital twin) to generate tangible increases in asset productivity and reliability of equipment.

NRW general manager mining division Tim Abrahams emphasised good data as a critical enabler of its operational effectiveness.

“Partnering with MaxMine, who are a leader in fleet operations data, allows us to continuously improve our performance for our customers.”

MaxMine chief executive officer Coert Du Plessis said NRW and MaxMine were aligned in creating a more sustainable and reliable mining industry.

“The benefits from this cooperation extend beyond MaxMine or NRW; The global challenge of NetZero by 2050 cannot be achieved without an order of magnitude change in mining efficiencies.”

The announcement of the partnership between the companies comes a month after ‘MaxMine Carbon’ was launched, which seeks to help mining operators to reduce their carbon emissions.


NRW Strikes Deal with MaxMine