Development of Autonomous Trucks in the Global Mining Sector
- Pages: 23
- Published: March 2020
- Report Code: GDMINTRS005
As of February 2020, GlobaData’s Mining Intelligence Center (MIC) was tracking 459 autonomous haul trucks operating on surface mines across the globe. The largest population of autonomous trucks is in Australia with 369, followed by Canada (39), Chile (18) and Brazil (14).
The report analyses the development of autonomous trucks in mining industry, future introduction plans, and key truck models. This report also provides benefits achieved from autonomous trucks by miners.
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• To understand development of autonomous trucks in mining sector.
• To identify benefits achieved from autonomous trucks by miners.
• To know number of autonomous trucks used by miners.
• To gain an future plans of introduction of autonomous trucks in mining sector.
Table of Contents
Global population of Autonomous trucks – By Mine, Country, Make & Model
Current scenario and future plans for introduction of autonomous trucks
Autonomous trucks population % vs total trucks – By Mine
Number of Autonomous Mining Trucks – By Miner & OEM
Key autonomous truck models for Major OEMs
Benefits achieved or predicted from Autonomous Trucks – By Miner & OEM