Automatic visual data
Reducing the cost of surveys and improving inventory assessment accuracy and security are critical for any mining site. Today, companies relying on manual inspections and monitoring, and even manually operated robotics, are left at risk to significant failures and inefficiencies.
Autonomous robots managed by Percepto AIM are equipped with machine vision capabilities to provide continuous visual data to mine personnel around the globe, making it easier and faster for them to survey and analyze mining sites.
Upon deployment, operational costs are a little more than electricity, enabling daily assessment of inventory, routine inspections of equipment, and advanced modeling and forecasting of production.
Key Use Cases
Percepto’s mining solution consists of one or more autonomous robots managed by Percepto AIM deployed across a site, with a sophisticated cloud backend for AI-powered site inspections, monitoring, surveillance, and visual data collection and management.
Integrated Autonomous Robots
Fully automate site inspections and monitoring and collect high-quality data at the push of a button. State of the art, autonomous robots equipped with PerceptoCore software and payload for end-to-end visual data collection.
Gain insights into your site from anywhere in the world, all in one place with Percepto’s autonomous inspection and monitoring software. Receive alerts and access reports, maps and models to easily spot site trends and gain situation awareness.
As experts in industrial site automation, Percepto enables mine site operators to:
Autonomously inspect critical mining inventory and equipment more frequently at lower operational costs.
Analysis capabilities ensure safety risks are identified before they become dangerous and teams respond to emergencies with enhanced situational awareness.
Maximize security effectiveness with 24/7 autonomous patrols, threat detection, and identification of false positives.
Avoid fines and streamline audit processes with a comprehensive archive of regular visual data capture of on-site conditions.
Autonomous inspections in mining: top 10 use cases
One of the biggest advantages of autonomous mine inspections is that employees aren’t required to be on site to inspect and monitor the mine. That means first and foremost that employees can perform their jobs safer and more efficiently.
By automating tasks including stockpile measurements, tailings dam inspections and environmental monitoring, any company can effectively increase safety and minimize downtime.
Read the eBook to learn exactly how mining companies benefit from autonomous inspections.