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IoT in Mining: Current Capabilities & Future Pathways

IoT is turning mining into a safer and more productive industry. The technology involves connecting machines, fleet and people with sensor technologies that transfers and receive data over a network.

The Mining Task Group of the Industrial Internet Consortium is hosting a series of educational webinars on the challenges and opportunities provided by the Industrial Internet. This is the first webinar of the IIC Mining Series.
Recorded Jan 18 2018 27 mins
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