Operational excellence services, robotic solutions and advanced technologies that allow improving the productivity and safety of the operations will present this Chilean holding company in the largest mining event in the region.

The Chilean holding HighService Corp will have an active presence in the XV version of Expomin, the most important mining fair in Latin America, which will take place from April 23 to 27 in Santiago.

In addition to conducting technical talks that will address the issue of how to boost productivity, HighService Corp will exhibit innovative robotic solutions and applied technologies for efficient and safer mining processes.

The company and its subsidiaries HighService Service (HSS), HighService Engineering and Construction (HSIC), HighService Technology (HST) and MIRS have wide experience in the mining industry, with almost 20 years providing services and developing technological solutions tailored to the needs enterprises in the industry.

Generating value

Under the concept “Driving Productivity with Excellence and Innovation”, specialists from each of the companies of the holding will offer technical talks in which they will present comprehensive and technical services, wireless technologies and robotic solutions aimed at increasing the productivity of mining operations.

Also, MIRS general manager, Javier Espinoza, will give a conference at the 5th Expomin workshop on ‘Digital Transformation in Mining: the key to Sustainable Productivity’, to be held on Wednesday 25.

“The challenge of digital transformation goes beyond adopting a new technology in a particular process, it is about solving the most structural problem in the mining industry: improving productivity along the entire value chain”, precise Javier Espinoza.

Technology applied to mining

One of the products that will attract attention at the company’s stand at Expomin is SensoSag, a technology patented by HighService Technology that measures the impacts produced inside a SAG mill. It is a wireless technology, with 100% online reportability, which can be appreciated thanks to its incorporation in a miniature model of a SAG mill.

“This application interprets, through algorithms, aspects such as the wear of the coatings, the dynamic behavior of the load in turn and the presence of foreign elements,” explains Guillermo Vidal Rudloff, general manager of HighService Technology.

Also on display will be the SensoTemp artificial intelligence device, which measures surface temperatures through a thermal camera, capturing data and developing trend curves that predict potential breaks, cracks or faults in general.

Another attraction that will be present at the stand is the Agilus Kuka mini robot, developed by MIRS, which will interact with the attending public.