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Rethinking mining

Sustain your social license to operate with green mining

Rethinking mining

Mining plays a central role in ensuring socio-economic development. Access to energy, digitally enabled products, and infrastructure are all essential elements in our everyday lives. And all are enabled by the mining industry:

  • 933,000T of copper per year is mined for electrical uses today
  • 933,000T of copper per year is mined for electrical uses today
  • 1.6T of iron ore to produce 1T of steel used for bridges, railways, or buildings

But it’s time to rethink how mining companies can sustain their social license to operate. Creating a greener mining industry plays a key role in creating a low-carbon economy. One way we are helping this approach is by developing strategic and data-driven views of energy and carbon emissions – so mining companies can see where they are using and wasting resources. It’s about the power of information.

Find more facts and figures in our Mining, Metals & Minerals infographic.

Seizing the digital opportunity – an industrial software action plan

Industrial enterprises are under pressure to adopt a digital-driven approach for their operations and for interacting with markets, customers, and the world around us.

Software, robots, and people

The role of human-centric automation in high-performing industrial businesses

Embracing the power of industrial transformation – from single site to enterprise-wide

We need to do more, and go faster, to build our resilience to future shocks, and industrial automation has a huge part to play in this. 

Information is the new currency

The primary resource of a modern society is knowledge. Data, when contextualized and combined with human insight, can be elevated to highly valuable, actionable information.

Getting smart with advanced technologies

Influential organizations are adopting artificial intelligence (AI), prescriptive analytics and digital twins to improve their processes and products and strengthen their competitive positions.

It’s time for universal automation

Until now, the industrial world has worked with closed proprietary architectures and hardware-dependent applications. Yet, in a software-driven world, interoperability is essential.

The green future of industrial sustainability

Achieving sustainable operations is one of the most important challenges that manufacturing and process industries have ever faced.

Digital transformation case studies

Learn from real world industrial companies how a seamless and collaborative dataflow can increase efficiency, sustainability, and profitability.

How to pick your software partners

A lot is at stake when selecting software partners. Implementing the wrong software, or even deploying good software the wrong way, can set your business up for failure before you even get started.

Transforming manufacturing supply chains with data

How manufacturing companies can leverage the power of data for a more resilient supply chain.