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A year of inspiring ABB Conversations

Launched this time last year, Australia’s ABB Conversations platform continues to celebrate how we adapt to unprecedented challenges by applying technology and diverse thinking.

Remote support drives a new way of working

ABB has developed an enhanced modus operandi that accelerates the detection and resolution of equipment failures at remote mine sites.

From pit to port — mining’s digital reframe

ABB recently held a series of online Mining Tech Talks that prepare the industry to digitally transform its mine designs and operations. Here’s our pick of the bunch for Australian mine operators.

ABB partners with University of Western Australia to accelerate the digital mine

The most successful mine of the future will be digital. That is why ABB has partnered with the University of Western Australia to accelerate the digital mine through its TestLab based in Perth.

Turbochargers power smooth sailing for Spirit of Tasmania

Spirit of Tasmania provides an essential passenger and freight service between Devonport, Tasmania and Port Melbourne, Victoria.

Digging deeper: Tanami Gold Mine gets a lift

Shaft mining is the way forward for gold mines going below 500 meters. ABB electric hoists to move people and ore safely, efficiently and cleanly.

Check mates: AI goes beyond every chess composition you’ve ever dreamed

On International Chess Day, we marvel at how AI has taken this timeless game to new heights – and how robotics can make it more accessible.

How Artificial Intelligence will transform food and beverage manufacturing

The robots have arrived: automation is a reality and Australian industry needs to embrace these new technologies or we risk becoming laggards

It’s not about blowing stuff up: How the Hazelwood decommissioning project is rewriting the handbook

One of the most spectacular and watched demolition projects of our time, the felling of the eight 137-metre chimneys at Hazelwood’s coal-fired power station
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