McLaren Applied has announced a partnership with Indonesian mining contractor PT Pamapersada Nusantara (PAMA) that will see McLaren’s Formula 1-derived technology utilised to optimise the efficiency and fuel consumption of PAMA’s mining vehicles.

mining truck“Together, McLaren Applied and PAMA will take vital steps to help accelerate the decarbonisation of mining, bringing benefits to the industry and the environment and creating a blueprint for optimisation which can be copied around the world,” said Pablo Garcia, director of Connected Intelligence at McLaren Applied.

The technology will collect detailed live data from multiple sensors onboard PAMA’s fleet of mining trucks, transmitting it to cloud-based servers at much higher data rates than typical telemetry systems and using it to inform a powerful machine learning-based algorithm. 

The Fuel Analytics Service references the data against a full digital model of the mine, using specially developed AI tools to instantaneously calculate what changes the driver should make to optimise fuel efficiency. The information is communicated back to the driver within milliseconds, offering real-time recommendations for optimal driving to maximise efficiency and minimise fuel consumption in any conditions.

Source: McLaren Applied

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