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Fortescue to increase Cat autonomous technology at iron

Jun 27, 2017 Fortescue Metals Group plans to deploy more autonomous haulage technology (AHS) at its iron ore operations in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Fortescue to increase Cat autonomous

Fortescue deployment of Cat autonomous technology takes

During this time, Fortescue’s autonomous haulage fleet has expanded to 56 Cat 793F CMD trucks. In August, the Fortescue autonomous fleet surpassed the milestone of 400 million tonnes safely

Fortescue autonomy firsts continue with start-up of AHS

Fortescue Metals Group has completed another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet with the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with Autonomous Haulage Technology (AHS) now in operation at its Cloudbreak operation in

How Fortescue Metals Group is looking beyond Pilbara in 2020

Feb 26, 2020 The company not only uses autonomous drills, but it has been driving hard to become the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully-autonomous haulage fleet. Its autonomous haulage technology (AHS) took another step forward in mid-2019 with the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with AHS now in operation at Cloudbreak,which lies in

Fortescue celebrates 100th autonomous haul truck

Fortescue was the first company in the world to deploy Cat autonomous haulage on a commercial scale at the Solomon Hub. It was also the first in the world to retrofit Command for Hauling (part of Caterpillar’s MineStar technology) on a Cat 789D and Komatsu 930E haul truck.

Autonomous trucks at Fortescue’s Cloudbreak mine start

May 10, 2019 Fortescue said the start of operation of the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with autonomous haulage technology (AHS) completes another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet.

Fortescue install automated trucks at its Solomon Hub

Oct 04, 2013 Fortescue Metals Group has installed Caterpillar autonomous trucks at its Solomon iron ore mine in the Pilbara. The two signed an autonomous truck deal in July last year, which included the

Fortescue team continues to lead on autonomy as Cloudbreak

May 08, 2019 Fortescue team continues to lead on autonomy as Cloudbreak trucks go live. May 8, 2019. Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) has completed another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet with the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with Autonomous Haulage Technology (AHS) now in operation at Cloudbreak.

Fortescue’s autonomous haul truck fleet at Christmas Creek

Fortescue Metals Group has now seen 35 manned haul trucks converted to autonomous mode at its Christmas Creek operations in the Pilbara of Western Australia, with Caterpillar recently completing a Command for hauling installation on a Komatsu 930 E, according to the iron ore miner.

CAT in major autonomous truck milestone with Fortescue

Caterpillar has made a key announcement on the progress of its autonomous truck program. Together with Australian dealer, WesTrac, CAT has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Fortescue Metals Group to implement an autonomous mining solution for Fortescue’s new Solomon iron

Fortescue deployment of Cat autonomous technology takes

During this time, Fortescue’s autonomous haulage fleet has expanded to 56 Cat 793F CMD trucks. In August, the Fortescue autonomous fleet surpassed the milestone of 400 million tonnes safely

Autonomous trucks at Fortescue’s Cloudbreak mine start

May 10, 2019 Fortescue said the start of operation of the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with autonomous haulage technology (AHS) completes another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet.

Fortescue autonomy firsts continue with start-up of AHS

Fortescue Metals Group has completed another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet with the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with Autonomous Haulage Technology (AHS) now in operation at its Cloudbreak operation in

How Fortescue Metals Group is looking beyond Pilbara in 2020

Feb 26, 2020 The company not only uses autonomous drills, but it has been driving hard to become the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully-autonomous haulage fleet. Its autonomous haulage technology (AHS) took another step forward in mid-2019 with the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with AHS now in operation at Cloudbreak,which lies in

HAULAGE: Cat moves a billion tonnes autonomously at

Nov 13, 2019 In 2012, FMG was the first mine in the world to commercially implement Cat autonomous haulage technology and has since expanded to 137 autonomous trucks now in operation. By mid-2020, FMG expects to have a total of 175 trucks operating autonomously at its Solomon and Chichester Hubs making Fortescue the first iron ore company in the world

Fortescue celebrates 100th autonomous haul truck

Fortescue was the first company in the world to deploy Cat autonomous haulage on a commercial scale at the Solomon Hub. It was also the first in the world to retrofit Command for Hauling (part of Caterpillar’s MineStar technology) on a Cat 789D and Komatsu 930E haul truck.

Fortescue team continues to lead on autonomy as Cloudbreak

May 08, 2019 Fortescue team continues to lead on autonomy as Cloudbreak trucks go live. May 8, 2019. Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) has completed another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet with the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with Autonomous Haulage Technology (AHS) now in operation at Cloudbreak.

Fortescue Metals Group embraces power of automation CEMI

In 2012, FMG was the first mine in the world to commercially implement Cat autonomous haulage technology and has since expanded to 137 autonomous trucks now in operation. By mid-2020, FMG expects to have a total of 175 trucks operating autonomously at its Solomon and Chichester Hubs making Fortescue the first iron ore company in the world

Fortescue expands autonomous haulage at Chichester Hub

Apr 11, 2018 The conversion of approximately 100 haul trucks at the Chichester Hub will see Fortescue become the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous fleet. Since the introduction of the technology at Solomon in 2013, AHS trucks have moved over half a billion tonnes of material and have achieved a greater than 30 per cent

CAT in major autonomous truck milestone with Fortescue

Caterpillar has made a key announcement on the progress of its autonomous truck program. Together with Australian dealer, WesTrac, CAT has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Fortescue Metals Group to implement an autonomous mining solution for Fortescue’s new Solomon iron

Fortescue commissions first autonomous truck at Cloudbreak

Fortescue Metals has commissioned the first Cat 789D model truck fitted with Autonomous Haulage System (AHS) technology at its Cloud Break iron ore mine located in Pilbara, Western Australia (WA). Image: Fortescue Metals' Cloud Break iron ore mine in Pilbara, Western Australia. Photo: courtesy of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd.

Fortescue Mining and Caterpillar agree to expand

Sep 25, 2017 Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat ® Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat 793F autonomous truck fleet at the Solomon

Caterpillar and Fortescue Moving Forward with Expansion of

Monday, September 25th, 2017. Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat ® Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat 793F autonomous truck

Caterpillar and Fortescue in expansion of autonomous truck

Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat ® Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat 793F autonomous truck fleet at the Solomon Hub operations.

Fortescue autonomy firsts continue with start-up of AHS

Fortescue Metals Group has completed another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet with the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with Autonomous Haulage Technology (AHS) now in operation at its Cloudbreak operation in

Fortescue’s autonomous truck fleet surpasses one billion

Sep 13, 2019 A total of 175 trucks will be converted to autonomous technology by mid-2020, making Fortescue the first iron ore company in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage operation. Fortescue Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Gaines said this was a

Autonomous trucks at Fortescue’s Cloudbreak mine start

May 10, 2019 Fortescue said the start of operation of the first Cat 789D model trucks fitted with autonomous haulage technology (AHS) completes another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet.

Fortescue celebrates 100th autonomous haul truck

Fortescue was the first company in the world to deploy Cat autonomous haulage on a commercial scale at the Solomon Hub. It was also the first in the world to retrofit Command for Hauling (part of Caterpillar’s MineStar technology) on a Cat 789D and Komatsu 930E haul truck.

Fortescue celebrates 100th autonomous truck at the

Since the introduction of Autonomous Haulage System (AHS) technology at Fortescue in 2012, 168 trucks have been converted across the Company’s Solomon and Chichester Hubs. Fortescue’s autonomous haul fleet has moved around 1.4 billion tonnes of material and achieved a greater than 30 per cent increase in productivity levels.

Caterpillar And Fortescue Continue With Autonomous Truck

Sep 29, 2017 Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat®Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat 793F

Fortescue Mining and Caterpillar agree to expand

Sep 25, 2017 Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat ® Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat 793F autonomous truck fleet at the Solomon

Caterpillar Caterpillar and Fortescue Moving Forward

Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have moved forward with the delivery, installation and support of a complete Cat ® MineStar™ System at Fortescue’s Solomon iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The complete technology suite was implemented for the first phase of Solomon, the 20 million ton per year Firetail manned mine, in October 2012.

Caterpillar and Fortescue Moving Forward with Expansion of

Monday, September 25th, 2017. Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat ® Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat 793F autonomous truck

Caterpillar and Fortescue in expansion of autonomous truck

Caterpillar and Fortescue Metals Group have reached agreement for the expansion of Cat ® Command for Hauling at Fortescue’s iron ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. This will include retrofitting approximately 100 Cat 793F and 789D and Komatsu 930E truck models at the Chichester Hub, as well as an expansion of the Cat 793F autonomous truck fleet at the Solomon Hub operations.

Our Operations Fortescue Metals Group Ltd

Fortescue is developing the Western Hub, which includes significant amounts of high iron content bedded iron ore and will be home to the Eliwana mine. Located 140km to the west of Solomon and due to be completed in December 2020, the Eliwana project includes 143km of rail and a 30mpta dry OPF.

Fortescue Reaches Autonomous Milestone Chichester Hub E & MJ

Jun 25, 2020 Since the introduction of its Autonomous Haulage System (AHS) technology at Fortescue in 2012, 168 trucks have been converted across the company’s Solomon and Chichester hubs. Fortescue’s autonomous haul fleet has moved around 1.4 billion metric tons (mt) of material and achieved a greater than 30% increase in productivity levels, according

Caterpillar Autonomous Haulage System Moves 1 Billion

Nov 13, 2019 The Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) iron ore mine in Western Australia has moved 1 billion tonnes (1.1 billion tons) of material using Caterpillar Inc.'s Cat MineStar autonomous haulage technology, Command for hauling. The fleet of autonomous trucks have also traveled over 33.5 million km (20.8 million miles) without a single safety incident.

Fortescue team continues to lead on autonomy as Cloudbreak

May 10, 2019 Fortescue Metals Group has completed another significant step to becoming the first iron ore operation in the world to have a fully autonomous haulage fleet with the first Cat