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Hexagon Mining opens Minequest 2015 global user event series

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Hexagon Mining has officially opened MineQuest 2015, its global user event series, in Tucson, Arizona, USA. At the core of President Hélio Samora’s opening address to MineQuest attendees was the vision of an integrated, life-of-mine solution for the industry.

“We are integrating products across mine planning, mine operations, and mine safety, and making those products easy to buy, implement, and support,” said Samora. “Simplicity is at the core of smart change, not just in the elegance of our products, but also in the way we deliver those products to our customers.

“By developing the synergies within Hexagon Mining, we are channeling more than 100 years of combined experience and expertise into a life-of-mine solution.”

MineQuest, a staple with users of Hexagon Mining’s MineSight product suite for more than 30 years, now features additional Hexagon Mining technologies, such as the Leica Jigsaw, SmartMine|UG, and SAFEmine product suites. The Tucson event showcases new technology – business intelligence and analytics solution, HxM Athena, and drill and blast management solution, HxM Blast. Other product enhancements will be covered during a busy five days of workshops, presentations, and one-on-one consultation.

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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