One of the greatest threats and concerns facing a mining operation is a belt conveyor failure or unexpected downtime. Learn the difference between reactive, proactive, and predictive maintenance.
Many operations are embracing technology solutions into safety protocols because they can proactively contribute to best safety practices while also increasing operational efficiencies. Flexco Elevate™ is at the forefront of this shift, allowing operations to remotely gather critical data dispatching a crew.
Though data gathering tools are more accessible than ever, professionals are still struggling to effectively incorporate them into their workplace. Flexco Elevate™ will seamlessly fit into a mining operation’s digital transformation strategy to help operations overcome these data challenges.
To safely and conveniently share the details of our game changing Flexco Elevate™ Belt Conveyor Intelligence™, Flexco is offering online webinars about the new platform. Our IOT marketing specialist, Adam Ingraham, offers three tips to help attendees maximize the value of these online presentations.
Flexco Elevate™ provides an easy-to-use, powerful digital tool that helps operations leverage belt conveyor maintenance opportunities to remain economically viable and embrace some of the permanent structural and operational changes COVID-19 has forced.
Flexco Elevate™ is reimagining the way customers can fundamentally enhance their operations with digital technology. Richard Catizone, a Digital Transformation consultant partnering with Flexco, discusses Flexco’s vision in the creation and introduction of Flexco Elevate.
IOT Marketing Specialist Adam Ingraham explains how operations can maximize the measureable benefits of Flexco Elevate™ by embracing a cultural shift along with a technological shift.
At Flexco, we’re continuing our history of innovation with the introduction of Flexco Elevate™. We designed this groundbreaking belt cleaner monitoring technology to simplify and optimize belt maintenance for our customers. Read on to learn more about this predictive, data-driven engine from Chip Winiarski, Vice President of Marketing at Flexco.
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