Mining, Minerals, and Metals - Case Study 3

22 Jul, 2020 | Case Studies


An established player engaged in mining activities was interested to learn about automation opportunities in the mining sector.


The report involved knowledge of two domains; thus, it was cumulatively prepared by two research teams, automation and technology, and mining, minerals, and metals. The study was conducted in several phases, which are briefly discussed below.

Data Collection through Extensive Primary and Secondary Research

The report was initiated with secondary research to understand the market dynamics, including drivers, restraints, opportunities, and technology landscape. The secondary research further proceeded with the analysis of existing automated mines, automation contracts, ongoing projects, and automation solutions for the mining sector. In the next step, we conducted primary research through private interviews with industry experts to gain market insights. Through primary research, country-level market insights were collected, and secondary data was revalidated.

Customization: Additional Data on the Mining Sector
  • Mining Process Workflow
  • Investments in the Market
  • Automation Projects and Cost Analysis
  • Automation Components Analysis
  • Automation Providers Profiling

The report provided insights into various automation options available in the market, which helped the company optimize its operations.  It also identified a potential demand for automation and services and a detailed analysis of mining automation. Additionally, a comprehensive competitive landscape, an overview of technological advancements, value chain analysis, and cost structure were also included in the scope.

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