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全球礦區的技術引進調查:2018年

Global Mine-Site Technology Adoption Survey, 2019

出版商 GlobalData 商品編碼 758955
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 49 Pages
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全球礦區的技術引進調查:2018年 Global Mine-Site Technology Adoption Survey, 2019
出版日期: 2019年12月17日內容資訊: 英文 49 Pages
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本報告以2018年7月∼10月所實施的,211個礦區調查結果為基礎,提供13主要技術的現在、潛在的使用相關驗證之系統性資訊。

摘要整理

調查範圍、手法

全球概要

  • 地區比較
  • 礦山類型比較
  • 企業類型比較

分析:各地區

分析:各礦山類型

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目錄
Product Code: GDMMIN0036MR

GlobalData's "Global Mine-Site Technology Adoption Survey, 2019" analyses the results of interviews with key personnel at 179 operating mines across the globe. The survey examines trends in uptake of 12 technologies at the mine site, spanning mine management software, mine planning software, predictive maintenance, drones, mine communication systems, wearables, remote control vehicles, autonomous vehicles and more. The report also identifies intentions to invest in the next two years, and compares results by region, mine type and company type, and with similar surveys in 2016 and 2018.

As mining companies seek to improve productivity, reduce costs and enhance safety, they are increasingly investing in new tools and technologies, from predictive maintenance to drones and 3D printing.

This report analyses the results of a survey of mines sites, examining the adoption of 12 different technologies, and follows a similar survey conducted in late 2018. In total 179 mine sites were interviewed across the globe during October and November 2019.

The results showed an increasing level of adoption of these technologies, in particular drones and mine communication systems, as miners seek to increase the quantity of data available and speed of gathering and sharing information across a site.

In terms of the degree to which the respondents' mines had invested in new technologies, the most widely adopted of those investigated were mine planning software, mine management software, mine communication systems and predictive maintenance.

Expectations of investment over the next two years were highest for mine communication systems, drones and predictive maintenance for mobile equipment.

Contrasting the majors, such as Glencore and Anglo American, versus the non-majors, the former were more likely to have invested in these technologies compared to the smaller miners. However, the gap has narrowed since the precious survey and, whilst the majors are still well ahead in terms of the degree of investment in mining software and predictive maintenance, a significant share of non-majors are planning investment in these areas, which would be expected to close the gap within the next two years.

Australasian mines had, on average, the highest penetration of technologies, especially drones and the safety-related technologies (fatigue detection, collision avoidance and wearables). They also had marginally higher expectations overall in terms of investment across all technologies.

Overall, surface and underground mines had similar degrees of investment, the main differences being greater investment in remote control and autonomous vehicles in underground mines, while there was marginally higher use of drones and wearable technology at surface mines.

Scope

  • The survey extended to mines across all regions, all mine types and a wide range of commodities, including iron ore, coal, base metals and precious metals. The survey was conducted between October and November 2019.
  • Analysis of the results is provided by region, by mine type and by company type, relating the responses from majors with the mid-size and smaller miners.

Reasons to buy

  • Assess the current adoption rates for each of 12 key technologies and compare take-up rates with the 2018 survey
  • Compare adoption by mine type, region and company type
  • Assess the potential for future investment by technology, both new investment and further investment.
  • Analyse potential investment rates by region, mine type and company type

Table of Contents

  • Survey Scope & Methodology
  • ExecutiveSummary
  • GlobalOverview
  • Regional Summaries
  • TechnologySummaries

Appendix

List of Figures

  • Figure 1. Relative penetration of technologies by region and mine type
  • Figure 2. Expectation for investment in the next two years, by region and mine type
  • Figure 3. Global investment and adoption by technology
  • Figure 4. Global investment intentions by technology
  • Figure 5. Current investment vs. intentions, global
  • Figure 6. Regional comparison of technology adoption
  • Figure 7. Change in penetration of selected technologies over time, 2016-2019
  • Figure 8. Regional comparison of investment intentions
  • Figure 9. Comparison of technology investment by mine type
  • Figure 10. Comparison of investment intentions by mine type
  • Figure 11. Comparison of technology investment by company type
  • Figure 12. Comparison of investment intentions by company type
  • Figure 13. Technology adoption in Africa
  • Figure 14. Investment intentions in Africa
  • Figure 15. Technology adoption in the Americas
  • Figure 16. Investment intentions in the Americas
  • Figure 17. Technology adoption in Asia
  • Figure 18. Investment intentions in Asia
  • Figure 19. Technology adoption in Australasia
  • Figure 20. Investment intentions in Australasia
  • Figure 21. Technology adoption in Europe & the Middle East
  • Figure 22. Investment intentions in Europe & the Middle East
  • Figure 23. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Mine communication systems
  • Figure 24. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Drones
  • Figure 25. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Predictive maintenance for mobile equipment
  • Figure 26. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Predictive maintenance for plant
  • Figure 27. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Collision avoidance
  • Figure 28. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Fatigue detection
  • Figure 29. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Mine planning software
  • Figure 30. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Mine management software
  • Figure 31. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Autonomous vehicles
  • Figure 32. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Remote control vehicles
  • Figure 33. Technology adoption and investment intentions - 3D printing
  • Figure 34. Technology adoption and investment intentions - Wearable technology