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26 Nov 2021             ALERT SIGNUP

Artificial intelligence to assist drill+blast processes

The iSURE software developed by Sandvik is paving the way to increased quality and decreased cost of drill+blast rock excavation

Laser-guided profiling

Laser profiling helps reduce under- and over-break to avoid added costs and reduce carbon emissions

Chinese jumbos in review

Increasing demand has encouraged Chinese drill rig manufacturers to promote their machines internationally

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Conventional tunnelling is a term that has found common use in the industry. What it means exactly is more about what it is not. Anything other than TBM excavation is the widely accepted meaning, but that covers so many different excavation methods, and one could argue that TBM excavation of all types and sizes, is now also conventional.

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