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Industrial minerals solutions

Proven, cost-effective technologies for quarries and smaller industrial minerals mines

Miners of industrial minerals need many of the same tools as larger mines but typically operate on tighter budgets. Innovative technologies are needed to offset the higher operating costs and calls for improved efficiency facing smaller mines. Hexagon Mining solves these challenges with the most cost-effective, proven, and accurate solutions on the market.

Within the MineSight Planning Suite, our industrial minerals package delivers the products to quickly get the job done. The package includes MineSight 3D, HxM Blast, MineSight Torque database, block modeling and resource estimation tools, plus geology and mine-design CAD tools.

Likewise, the scalability and customization potential of the Jigsaw Operations Suite means it is OEM-independent and FMS-agnostic. Jigsaw communicates with third-party products and competitor infrastructure. So whether you mine industrial minerals and need one high-precision drill, or you run a large mine that needs an automated dispatch system for 300 trucks, Jigsaw is a life-of-mine solution – one platform for tracking mine-production planning, material movements, and equipment production.

Hexagon Mining can also cover the safety needs of industrial minerals mines with its SAFEmine collision avoidance and fatigue monitoring systems.

Flexible and affordable licenses, plus standalone solutions are central to our industrial minerals offering, which broadens the appeal of Hexagon Mining solutions to thousands more mines. In this podcast we chat with Implementations Coordinator, Seth Gering.