- Noisy power
- Extreme temperatures
- Intense shock & vibration
- High cost of failure
Above ground and below ground mines operating large equipment such as haul trucks, dump trucks, excavators, shovels, and dozers need to know where the equipment is, what it's doing, and what state it's in. You're in an industry where production efficiency counts – we understand that.
If you're using large mining equipment like haul trucks, dump trucks, excavators, shovels, and dozers you need to know where your equipment is, what it's doing, and what state it's in. You're in an industry where production efficiency counts – we understand that. If you're monitoring your equipment, you're using an embedded computer and if it isn't a Tri-M Technologies system you might want to ask why not?
Tri-M has been successfully providing embedded and industrial computers for rugged environments found in the mining industry for over 10 years. Our systems are designed to take the daily bumps and bruises you’re all too familiar with, and keep on working. All of our systems are engineered to ensure they can withstand the rigors of harsh environments. Normal operating conditions are anything but normal for mining equipment. From the bone jarring effects of off-highway vehicles to the in-field repairs that aren't statically protected, Tri-M's embedded systems are robust enough to handle even the most extreme environments.
If your hardware team is looking for the right solution for your rugged environment, talk to our Application Engineers to find out more about how we build systems engineered for your mining operation or read about our work in the mining industry in this application story.