With an average attendance of over 44,000 people, MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® is the world’s leading showcase of mining equipment, services, and technologies. Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center every four years, the show covers the entire industry– exploration, mine development, open pit and underground mining, processing, safety, environmental improvement and more. Currently, over 1,100 exhibitors will be at the show, occupying more than 660,000 net square feet of exhibit space.
On September 13-15, 2021, stop by Premio’s booth #631 and talk to our rugged edge computing experts to learn about how our reliable, scalable high performance edge computing solutions help our partners succeed in the mining industry. See you there!
Digital Transformation In Mining Industry
AI Inference Analysis and Machine Learning for Mining
Artificial intelligence (AI) was quickly embraced by the mining sector to gain new efficiencies amid dwindling resources. Edge AI inference computers are deployed to aggregate, process, and analyze data in real time to facilitate faster and more accurate decisions. Machine learning inference algorithms help deliver safer and more productive operations by enabling 24/7 non-stop operations, equipment failure prediction, and safety monitoring for frontline workers. AI coupled with machine vision further helps provide better insights with highly reliable site prospecting, materials classification, resource management and systems autonomy processes at every mining stage.
With the convergence of advanced processing power, artificial intelligence, and high speed connectivity, autonomous mining optimizes workflow with AI algorithms and machine to machine communications. With a remote operator or even without an operator, a reliable computing system is key to keep semi- and full autonomous equipment up and running. Premio’s AI Edge Inference Computers are scalable, reliable solutions that are proven to deliver uninterrupted operations even under challenging, hazardous environmental conditions on a mining site, such as constant exposure to water and dust, shock and vibrations, and extreme heat and cold.
Mining Automation with Industrial PCs And Rugged HMIs
An embedded computer is a computer with dedicated function that is physically implemented as part of a larger system. Premio’s embedded computers are the building blocks for many industrial applications that require a reliable computing platform to manage complex workloads in rugged and harsh environments such as a mining site.
An edge computer is a computing platform physically located at or near the source of data generation. Compared to the traditional cloud computing, edge computers benefits business operations with faster and more efficient services by processing data on-site without having to send it through the cloud network.
Premio’s edge computers are purpose-built to enable applications, data and computing services at harsh, remote locations. Able to endure rigorous environmental conditions and manage performance workloads, Premio’s edge computers provide organizations lower operating costs and network latency while increasing application performance to achieve real-time data analytics.
- AI Edge Inference Computer
- Small Form Factor Computer
- In-Vehicle Fanless Computer
- IP65/IP67 Waterproof Computer
Rugged Touchscreen Panel PCs For Underground Mining
Premio’s Industrial Panel PCs and Touch Monitors are purpose-built for the toughest embedded deployments requiring mission-critical reliability. System integrators and automation engineers can easily deploy Premio industrial panel PCs and touch monitors as human machine interfaces to achieve better productivity and operational efficiency in their enterprise projects.
- IP66/69K Washdown Touchscreen Computers
- IP66 Waterproof Touchscreen Computer
- IP65 Modular Panel PCs And Touch Monitors
Read this case study to see how Premio helped a mining equipment giant integrate a solution that offers greater control, processing power, hardware longevity, and ongoing support to meet the needs of its customers and advance the mining industry’s shift from open pit to underground operations.