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Advances in digital technology, and the falling prices thereof, are now offering miners and metal producers significant advantages when it comes to even the oldest production processes and the longest standing production challenges.

More affordable and, crucially, smaller sensing equipment allows
producers to retro-fit older equipment with the new sensing
hardware, while more advanced software networks with total
connectivity between various systems allows one to leverage
existing automation and control systems to offer new ways of
approaching asset lifecycle and maintenance, productivity, and
energy optimisation.

Read the full whitepaper, written by OSIsoft in co-operation with American Metal Market, to learn: 

  • How metal companies can share analytical data with customers and suppliers and save up to 17% in production costs;
  • The advantages gained from implementing a condition-based maintenance strategy;
  • How digital technologies are responsible for 11-15% in efficiency improvements of metal companies

Faster, smarter, smaller: 

Digital technologies push new frontier for metals industry

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