Through the cloud-based ‘Spring Portal’ platform mining companies are able to easily manage their exploration and field staff online.
Cribber is an app facilitating communication and compliance between tradies and site manager through a daily content “bulletin board”.
The MDEC has announced the development of new digital startup hubs and incentives that it hopes will attract Australian startups to Malaysia.
Training existing and new businesses with the knowledge to fly drones and apply them to their work is Perth drone training startup Global Drone Solutions.
KPMG Australia has launched this year’s edition of Energise, its accelerator program focused on startups working in the energy and natural resources (ENR) sector.
Sending through all your work credentials via email seems like an age old tradition, but it’s still the way we do it. On average workers send anywhere between 6 to 13 emails when taking on a new job, which can be quite a laborious task. But it doesn’t end there – HR hates chasing up all your medical certificates by going back and forth between emails.
For all the money and increasingly sophisticated technology in the energy and mining sectors, the majority of companies are still collecting vast amounts of environmental field data using pen and paper. Brisbane startup Obzervr is looking to bring these companies into the 21st century.
Melbourne-based startup Tomcar Australia and our nation’s first new mass production car manufacturer in 30 years, has unveiled their specialist mining vehicle, the TM5MR, at this week’s International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC).