Hexagon and BUMA successfully deploy MineOperate OP Pro
Published by Joe Toft,
The phased deployment covers Hexagon’s fleet management, asset health and enterprise analytics solutions implemented by the Hexagon team on-site from June to September 2022.
PT Bukit Makmur Mandiri Utama (often called BUMA) was established in 1998 as a family business and is currently the second largest independent coal mining contractor in Indonesia. Delta Dunia Makmur acquired BUMA in 2009 and has been overhauling it into a more streamlined corporation since. It holds approximately 20% of the market share and provides coal mining services to many of Indonesia’s largest and longest-running names in the coal industry.
Simon Stone, Vice President of APAC, Hexagon’s Mining division, said:
“We are looking forward to strengthening our relationship with BUMA and accelerating their digital transformation journey. Like BUMA, Hexagon firmly believes in safety and efficiency, which makes this partnership and collaboration highly valuable to both parties.”
HxGN MineOperate OP Pro offers open-cast mines high-precision guidance for dozers, drills, and loading equipment. The solution improves bench elevations, reduces dilution and decreases rework to improve site safety, efficiency and profitability. Hexagon’s enterprise integration enables BUMA a single source for reporting and support across their fleet.
PT Bukit Makmur Mandiri Utama President Director, Pak Sorimuda Pulungan said:
“In following management’s Technology Transformation project outline, Hexagon’s suite of integrated products and industry proven technology solutions played a major role in the decision-making process. Hexagon has set the new standard of being a reliable technology partner supported by an expert local team.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/16022023/hexagon-and-buma-successfully-deploy-mineoperate-op-pro/
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