Welcome to Dig This, the blog for Hexagon Mining’s thought leaders and customers to share news and views on how we can use technology and information to be the agents of change. At Hexagon Mining, we believe that shaping change to meet the growing needs of the world is not only possible, but imperative. We hope you agree, and we look forward to continuing the conversation with you.
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Smart change starts with smart people, which helps to explain the growing popularity of HxGN LIVE, Hexagon’s annual Cross-Industry Technology Conference. Mining is at the forefront of this year’s event, which will attract thousands of business leaders from around the world to Las Vegas, NV, June 12-15. They come to learn and be inspired by some of the world’s most renowned innovators, and to share their own success stories about making the impossible possible.
In Miners of Tomorrow, we look at how recipients of Hexagon Mining scholarships are faring. Chase Daniels studies Geological Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO.
A mine plan is nothing without a block model, and a general mine planning package is nothing without an integrated geological modeling solution. Hexagon Mining offers the only general mine planning package with an integrated geological modeling solution at the core of the mine planning and production process. Now you can learn how to make modeling your deposit a whole easier.
In Miners of Tomorrow we look at how recipients of Hexagon Mining scholarships are faring. Camden Fraser studies Mining Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO.
Embracing innovation is the key to achieving a digital mine, according to a 2017 Deloitte study. Integral to that relationship is a diverse, connected and well-trained workforce, says the study. Aside from keeping your mine one step ahead of the technology curve, continuous learning and improvement are great motivators for staff who are keen to build long and rewarding careers.