We are delighted to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with South African mining technology provider Dwyka Mining Services. We intend to work together to bring innovative digital solutions to the mining industry, primarily focused on leveraging their real-time data and visualisation capabilities in the African underground mining industry.
Dwyka Mining Services is a Pan-African mining technology company with offices in South Africa, Botswana and Tanzania that assists mining clients to adopt and adapt to evolving technologies. The company focuses on supporting efforts to improve safety, health and environmental conditions in the collaborative pursuit of the digital mine of the future.
MineRP is the mining software and digitalization company providing platform-based solutions to optimize the entire mining process at all levels, from planning to execution. The MineRP platform integrates the multitude of software and data streams in a mining operation. In May 2021, MineRP was fully acquired by Epiroc, the innovative Swedish mining equipment manufacturer. The strategy remains to provide a globally available, OEM and software vendor independent digitalization platform for mining.
Dwyka Mining Services CEO said, “Whilst we have collaborated with MineRP at select clients over the years, we see this focused partnership on the back of their Epiroc acquisition as an exciting time for us to blend our technology stack and underground-ready teams to integrate and add value to their data-centric software platform for shared customer success.” Pieter Nel, CEO of MineRP added “MineRP realizes that creating and sustaining real value for mines require an ecosystem of partners and we are delighted to partner with technology- centric companies like Dwyka Mining Services. We see Dwyka’s unique capability to deliver mission critical data from challenging mining environments as a valuable contribution to the bigger data story MineRP enables, and believe that collaboration will fast-track time to value for our shared clients.”