Graphite mines are prone to hazards and mining companies are increasingly focusing on technologies to prevent accidents and improve the safety of miners. Government regulations, and health and safety standards developed by international mining groups also promote efficient safety practices. Some of the reasons for the occurrences of accidents in mining include ineffective drilling, blasting, loading and hauling, leaking out of poisonous methane gas, coal dust, and machinery collisions. Sensor-based methane detectors use RFID technology to monitor and control the level of methane which can cause explosions. Advances in blasting technologies in terms of micro explosives and robotic drills can also improve safety of graphite miners. Companies such as Fletcher, JOY, Hilti and Orica are providing automated temporary roof support (ATRS) and mobile roof support (MRS) solutions to prevent rock falls caused by bolting of rocks, which involves inserting a steel rod into the rock formation to support the roof or sides of the rock cavity. Caterpillar’s Cat Detect Personnel technology indicates possible collisions, speeding or rollovers.
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The mining industry is based on large and complex data sets, the true potential of which is being realized now as mining companies are increasingly investing in big data technology. Graphite mining companies can speed analytics, evaluate data, and crunch volumes of internal and external data to identify trends and make better predictions, improving the performance and ensuring safer mining operations. Big data analytics helps in improving operational efficiencies and safety and security in the mines. Big data analytics provides insights based on real-time monitoring of people in the mines, environment inside the mines such as gas concentration, wind speed, and mining equipment. Companies such as Joy Global and Rio Tinto have increasingly adopted big data technology to improve efficiency of the systems.
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The graphite market consists of sales of graphite and its compounds by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that mine graphite and its compounds which are used in refractory materials, the chemical industries, nuclear industries, electrical applications, and mechanical applications.
The mining market, of which the graphite market is a segment, consists of sales of minerals, metals and other valuable materials such as sand and gravel, coal and stone extracted from the earth’s crust by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that undertake the process of extraction.
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The graphite market report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional and country breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies for this market. It traces the market’s historic and forecast growth by geography. It places the market within the context of the wider mining market, and compares it with other markets.