EIT RAW MATERIALS SUMMIT 2019
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The Future of Waste NdFeB Rare Earth Permanent Magnets and their Role in a Circular Economy
The SIMS (Sustainable Intelligent Mining Systems) Program with financing from H2020 spans over several technology and operational areas. The combination of program partners; mining companies, global product/technology suppliers, and top universities, has enabled cross-functional collaboration in its true essence.
The fourteen program partners collaborate in nine different work packages, with the aim to ensure targeted technical innovations, such as battery-powered mining machines, improved underground LTE/5G-based communication and control, work-place and technology-transfer analyses and out-reach initiatives to the young generation.
To develop and test innovative solutions in customer mines and even in real-time production enables direct feedback to innovators and ensures constructive dialogue between experts from mining, digitization, robotics/automation and behavioral sciences. The SIMS program has required extensive focus on program management, work package planning, securing of required competencies and test facilities in time. To assure e.g. the attractive workplace activities, the collection and analyses of mining personnel input and mining operations settings has also been crucial.
Today’s leading innovations are often dependent on cross-disciplinary interaction. The SIMS collaboration platform, which spans across the European mining industry, has proven the test to ensure competitive mining industry innovations and enable mining outreach activities within Europe
PS6 - Resource Efficiency Cities
Wed Feb 13 2019 16:32:34 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)