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Sustainable Intelligent Mining Systems (SIMS)

Published: 3 April 2017

SIMS stands for Sustainable Intelligent Mining Systems and is a major research and development projects funded by EU's Horizon 2020 that focus on future mining technology.

It involves development of autonomous battery-operated machines for underground mining which uses the information technologies latest achievements. Our role is to ensure that health and safety issues are addressed early in the development process. The project is led by Atlas Copco and from Sweden attended Luleå University of Technology, LKAB, Boliden, Ericsson, ABB and Mobilaris. 

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Mining Work Place Utopia

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Mining Work Place Dystopia

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Jan Johansson

Johansson, Jan - Professor

Organisation: Human Work Sciences, Humans and Technology, Department of Social Sciences, Technology and Arts
Phone: +46 (0)920 491412
Room: A131 - Luleå»