RCT delivers the world's first multi machine control technology available on the market
Groundbreaking autonomous technology successfully deployed at Sunrise Dam Gold Mine.
RCT's cutting-edge technology, Multiple Machine Control was installed on the client's Sandvik and CAT loaders; giving the operator simultaneous control of numerous mobile machines from the one station.
Interoperability the key to the future of mining
"The Interoperability statement is necessary in today's digital world as the demand for data continues to grow significantly as clients look towards analytics and systems to process, analyse, interpret and convert to the desired information." - RCT's Mining and Resources Product Manager, Mick Tanner
Improving mining productivity for IGO's Jaguar Operation
"There has been little to no damage on the bogger when it's on Guidance compared to the other bogger that is not. This is positive on our bottom line because the bogger is spending less time in the maintenance shop and more time underground moving ore." - Jaguar Operation's Alternate Underground Manager, Grant Hancock
Mobile Automation Centres retrofitted for Metals X
A range of RCT's solutions were used to fit out two Land Cruiser Troop Carriers, transforming them into mobile Automation Centres.
"A custom-driven solution as requested by the client and made possible by RCT's Customer service team." - RCT’s Account Manager, Phill Dean
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From our team...
Welcome to the RCT team!
Landon Lounsbury (Account Manager - USA East Coast)
"I really enjoy being part of a great team; working effortlessly together in a very fast-paced environment with stock leaving the warehouse for clients across the globe."
- Warehouse Manager, Angie Mitchell
"I am a problem solver by nature and I really enjoy solving issues customers have and seeing them through to a final result they are happy with."
- Project Manager, Paul Taylor
"It's fantastic to be part of such an innovative company and lead the PoC Works team. We're really pushing the boundaries of what can be done and how we do it."
- Concept Development Engineer, Tom Egling