Nick Larson

RIGID ROBOTICS in Mining Magazine September 2017

RIGID ROBOTICS’ CEO Mehran Motamed recently spoke with Carly Leonida, the editor of Mining Magazine, regarding the impact of high-precision positioning on fleet management systems. The September 2017 issue of the magazine, which is one of the mining industry’s leading publications, includes quotes from the interview in a feature article titled “Disrupting Fleet Management.” Read more

Nick Larson

Introducing trackPIN™ & surveyPIN™

Our business development team has just returned to Vancouver from the CIM Expo in Montreal, where they showcased our new high precision positioning products to the public for the first time. At the request of key stakeholders in the mining industry, we have taken the innovative positioning subsystem from our DriveAssist™ operator assistance platform and released it as a separate product. Named trackPIN™, this revolutionary product brings 2.5cm tracking-grade performance at a cost low enough for fleet wide installations on haul trucks and even light vehicles.

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Nick Larson

Human Resources and Automation

Automation solutions, such as those we provide using our DriveAssist™ and CONDUCTOR™ platforms, are requiring companies to rethink their Human Resources (HR) strategies. RIGID ROBOTICS’ CEO, Mehran Motamed, recently contributed to an article on the topic by Oracle HR consultant Mark Wadsley. The article, titled “How HR can learn from the People challenges in Mining,” discusses personnel challenges in the mining industry as well as RIGID ROBOTICS’ unique approach to them.

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Nick Larson

RIGID ROBOTICS’ Post MINExpo Global Expansion

RIGID ROBOTICS’ global presence is expanding following a successful exhibition at MINExpo 2016. During the show, our company’s business development team met with prospective partners from various countries around the globe. As a result, two companies have been chosen offer RIGID ROBOTICS’ solutions, as well as installation and local support to customers in their respective regions.

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