The display at AIMEX 2015 by BMT WBM, an international maritime design, environmental and engineering consultancy, will highlight what innovation, productivity and opportunity means for mining firms using draglines and shovels.
REEDMININGEVENTS director Robby Clark says, “Exhibitors at AIMEX understand the current pressures on mining organizations to maintain productivity. BMT is one of the many exhibitors that can help visitors find innovative solutions.”
BMT engineers will be on hand at AIMEX, which will be held from September 1-4 at the Sydney Showground, to share experience and knowledge gained from more than 40 years’ experience in the mining industry.
The BMT exhibit will feature its PULSE TerraMetrix system for health and productivity management on draglines and shovels. The PULSE TerraMetrix system presents an advanced integrated system capable of capturing health, productivity KPIs and accurate payload measurements, reporting these directly to mine personnel through a server with automatic report generation capabilities.
The PULSE TerraMetrixRS product for rope shovels will be demonstrated at the show using a 1:17 scale model with a fully functioning system.
Recent development of the PULSE TerraMetrix product now includes LIDAR scanning for terrain mapping, including direct volumetric measurement of shovel dipper and dragline bucket volumes on a pass-by-pass basis.
BMT WBM’s Machinery Group managing director Paul Charlton says, “We are thrilled to be contributing to the exhibition with robust examples of the company’s innovative skill and expertise for solving complex engineering problems.”
For more than 35 years AIMEX has delivered the largest concentration of METS suppliers to Asia-Pacific’s mining industries. As one of the world’s largest mining exhibitions in 2015, AIMEX will provide businesses with operational efficiencies and cost-savings.
BMT WBM, a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, will be demonstrating the PTM system at booth 0625 at Asia Pacific International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) in Sydney.