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Technologies Powers Ahead for Superior Industry Support.

9th July 2019 Immersive Technologies has engaged in an unprecedented level of mining machine simulator development for a diverse range of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) over the past year. This is set to continue with projects underway for new and existing customers to build simulators for heavy... 

Komatsu will acquire global mining technology and Workforce Optimization Firm Immersive Technologies

18th June 2019 Komatsu Ltd. (President and CEO: Hiroyuki Ogawa) (TYO:6301) (hereafter “Komatsu”), through its wholly owned subsidiary in Australia, has agreed to acquire global mining technology and workforce optimization firm Immersive Corporation Pty.Ltd. (“Immersive Technologies”), which specialises in... 

Mines in Russia & CIS Rapidly Adopting Immersive Technologies Workforce Development Solutions

30th May 2019 The proportion of global mining equipment being deployed in Russia is on the rise, 22% in 2018, compared to 9% in 2012, with regional growth of 13% over the past six years. As a result, the industry is demanding more skilled personnel. Mining companies in the region are turning to Immersive... 

Technological advancements improve health and safety

17th May 2019 Global advancements in mine automation, remote monitoring, control technologies and improvements to equipment operator interfaces have created many new opportunities for mining companies to improve their health and safety while increasing productivity, says training and workforce development... 

Operator training service for mining to be launched in S Africa

3rd May 2019 Workforce development provider Immersive Technologies will launch the Operator Performance Analytics (OPA) service to compare and improve operator skills and behaviour in South Africa later this year, following consistent growth in mine-related training and the use of mining simulation-based... 

Training Operators for Excellence – The Ok Tedi Way.

29th April 2019 Situated in Papua New Guinea, the Simulator Training Center at The Ok Tedi Mine is living up to its commitment to develop their most valuable resource – employees. The company has provided education and training to more than 10,500 employees since 1982, and simulator training has proven to be a... 
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