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Becoming Energy Independent

  • 7/30/2019 8:36:00 AM
With the rising cost of energy and the increase in load shedding in South Africa during the last few years, the need for alternative energy solutions increased significantly. It is very important to realize that a solar PV system is a significant engineering project that should comply to the applicable international standards. Such a solution should be designed correctly to meet the customer’s demand and to determine the maximum financial benefit to the customer.
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Digital Transformation in Mining Thought Leadership Series

Digital Transformation in Mining Thought Leadership Series

  • 7/30/2019 8:17:00 AM
Digital Transformation in Mining Thought Leadership Series Part 1 of 3   "Boardroom talk vs. operational reality threaten Digital Transformation" articles from Willie Ackerman (4Sight Holdings, Chief Sales Officer)   Click here to read the full article - Thought-leadership|TL-Boardroom-talk-vs-operational-reality-threaten-DT.pdf     AGE Technologies JHB (Pty) Limited 50 Charl Cilliers Street, Alberton North, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA Tel:        +27 11 869 3925 E-Mail:   michael@age.co.z...
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Industry 4.0 in Africa: Where are we and what are the opportunities ahead?

Industry 4.0 in Africa: Where are we and what are the opportunities ahead?

  • 7/30/2019 8:06:00 AM
Industry 4.0 in Africa: Where are we and what are the opportunities ahead?   Industry 4.0 is taking the world by storm. Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), automation and Big Data (to name just a few) are being implemented in many industries with great results.   In some parts of the Port of Rotterdam cranes and trucks are automated to operate containers to and from ships on their own. A company in Winchester, America have built robots that are capable...
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Power shortages in South Africa could get a whole lot worse

Power shortages in South Africa could get a whole lot worse

  • 5/2/2019 9:05:00 AM
An electricity-supply crisis is looming in South Africa that could make intermittent outages in the past few months seem trivial by comparison. Eskom Holdings, which supplies almost all the nation’s power, will lose more than a quarter of its current generating capacity over the next decade as it shuts aging coal-fired plants. Replacing that output and adding capacity needed to meet rising demand will take years and cost more than R1-trillion, according to government estimates. The problem is ...
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