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OZ Minerals contracts Epiroc and Mobilaris for the digitalization of Australian underground mine

May 29, 2019

Epiroc Australia and Mobilaris are excited to announce, that they have been contracted by OZ Minerals to deploy the Mobilaris Mining Intelligence™ (MMI) information management system for the digitization of one of its underground operations.
Oz minerals press release
The digitalization aims to increase production, efficiency and safety in OZ Mineral’s new Carrapateena underground mine in South Australia.

Working with Mobilaris and Epiroc’s underground specialists, OZ Minerals has developed a detailed plan for the staged rollout of selected MMI features across 2019. Mobilaris Mining Intelligence™ being an open and technology agnostic platform, has already delivered digitalization to mines globally and is well suited to the operating environment at Carrapateena.

"OZ Minerals aims to be a modern mining company, and the partnership with Epiroc and Mobilaris will foster enhanced safety and facilitate advanced mining methodologies," says Myles Johnston, General Manager, Carrapateena.

General Manager Epiroc Australia, Terry Browne is excited by the opportunity to add value and depth to Epiroc’s automation offering.

In Australia, support for MMI will be provided through Mobilaris regional support based in Australia as well as the new Epiroc’s Regional Application Centre in Perth.
For further information please contact: George Aslanis, Mobilaris Sales and Business Development Manager, Epiroc Australia +61 418 543 981,

Ulla Korsman-Kopra, Global Business Manager, Automation and Information Management Solutions, Epiroc Underground Rock Excavation division +46 (0)72 142 9650,

Ann-Sofie Andersson, Global Communications and Brand Manager, Epiroc Underground Rock Excavation division +46 (0)721 838 434,

Underground Mining International 2019 Press release