NextOre – Breakthrough Ore Sorting Technology

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CSIRO announced today the formation of NextOre, a new company created by RFC Ambrian, Advisian Digital and CSIRO. The company has been formed to commercialise Magnetic Resonance ore sorting technology, a breakthrough technology capable of operating at up to 5,000 tonnes per hour.  With an initial focus on copper, contracts have already been secured with two tier one mines, and…

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Dirk Treasure wins the Emerging Leader of the Year Award for 2018

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The award sponsored by Komatsu, is part of the 2018 Australia’s Mining Monthly Awards. Chrysos Corporation is spearheading a technology with the potential “to globally alter the business of mineral assay” by providing rapid, accurate and fully automated analysis of ore grade in materials. To read the full article please follow this link Article courtesy of Aspermont Ltd  

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Chrysos Corporation — Catching Fire

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New technologies can be disruptive, realign profit centres and drive economic change across industries and entire economies. Indeed, as the economist Joseph Schumpeter’s process of ‘creative destruction’ suggested, the biggest leaps in economic development are often driven by new technology. So, here is one that might just do that in the mining industry. While we’ve mentioned it before, as it…

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Wave Swell Energy

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RFC Ambrian is assisting with the capital raising for Wave Swell Energy (WSE).  WSE is currently conducting commercial demonstrations off Tasmania’s King Island http://waveswellenergy.com.au/ The technology is garnering increasing interest from capital markets and renewable energy experts. http://www.smh.com.au/business/energy/renewable-energy-trial-provides-tasmania-with-free-power-20171117-gznwk7.html For further and more detailed information please contact RFC Ambrian directly: E. info@rfcambrian.com T. +612 9250 0000  

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CSIRO Air cargo scanner innovation

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A team from CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation) developed  the Air Cargo Scanner which has taken the traditional screening method for bulk cargo to another level. The process uses high-energy neutrons combined with x-rays to identify both the shape and makeup of materials in air cargo containers. Traditional high energy x-ray technology is able to identify inorganic materials…

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