Eden Yesh is decentralizing energy and finance systems through community investment cooperatives and his solar businessesby Virginia Rasch
Advancements in technology used in mining and exploration are allowing companies to improve the bottom line and even revisit mine sites and properties that had previously been deemed unprofitable. And in order to move towards operating with a smaller environmental footprint, many companies are using innovation to help them achieve their goals.
Recent Technology articles
Kendra Johnston, CEO of AME, likens the Canadian mining and energy conferences to family reunions because of the meaningful relationships developed during campby Timothy Fowler
Trevor Rurak, manager at Ralph’s Radio Ltd. in Vancouver, B.C., supplies ID signs to major mining companiesby Kyle Born
By analyzing the unique visible light signature of minerals, James Kendall's innovative device saves the mining industry timeby Julie Matchett
With over 250 professionals expected to be in attendance, the Future of Mining is a great opportunity for those interested in new ideas, strategies and concepts
VRIFY Technology Inc. of Vancouver has developed an online digital tool for the mining industry.by Peter Caulfield
They’re not the sparkling, “put a ring on it” kind, but these diamonds have huge value for all kinds of industries.by Marie Milner
John Hull, founder and CTO of Hifi Engineering, discusses Hifi’s innovative use of fibre optics for distributed monitoring in the energy and mining industries.by Jamie Schmidt
Funding is being provided though the Government of Canada’s Connect to Innovate Program
A look at high-tech mining in the Kootenays.by Michael Goehring
Eagle Graphite will produce silicon/graphite battery anodes using its quarry in Passmore
The Coal Association of Canada supports the coal industry through challenges arising from innovation and advances in technology.by Marie Milner
As part of a Chilean energy revolution, the project stands for a deep change in society in the country and the opening of a promising new market.
Engineers and geoscientists encourage more women to enter professions
Andritz Automation’s artificial intelligence learns mineral processing like self-driving cars learn to operate safelyby Timothy Fowler
Celebrating a centennial and looking ahead to the next 100 yearsby Blair Claflin, Director of Sustainability Communications, Cummins Inc.
Reza Tavakoli, president and CEO of Avestec Inc., has developed drones that inspect industrial assets safer, faster and more accurately than do the alternativesby Kyle Born
A. Paul Gill, CEO of Lomiko Metals, Inc., is excited about the company’s graphite-bearing La Loutre project in Quebecby A. Paul Gill
Meet three finalists in Goldcorp’s #DisruptMining rumble for a $1,000,000 investment.by Timothy Fowler
The Provenance Proof Blockchain is designed to promote industry transparency across all stakeholders, from mine to consumer