The introduction of RCT’s ControlMaster® Teleremote and Guidance systems has seen productivity and safety increase at a mine site in Egypt.
“The company’s main aim was to extract as much metal from the large porphyry body while eliminating damage to the site’s mining equipment in the process,” said RCT’s African Business Development Manager, Mike Thomas.
In addition to installing the systems, RCT delivered training to operators and maintenance staff which took place both on site and at RCT’s Perth office.
“The specialised skills training has empowered staff with the knowledge, and know-how to maintain and troubleshoot the solutions installed,” added Mr Thomas.
“Training ensures the site can be self-sufficient when it comes to our solutions which in the long term reduces downtime as maintenance can be undertaken on site, there’s no need for it to be carried out overseas,” he said.
The ability for operators to control the loader on Teleremote and Guidance solutions has increased productivity and eliminated machine damage at the site – directly meeting the client’s requirements.