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China Pushes Forward Development of Intelligent Mines

By Xinhua|Sep 19,2023

This aerial photo taken on July 7, 2023, shows a view of a former coal mine after ecological restoration in Jungar Banner, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Photo/Xinhua)

BEIJING - China has been pushing forward the development of intelligent mining amid efforts to improve production safety, according to a Monday press conference on mine safety.

The country has taken a series of measures to boost the development of intelligent mines, which is picking up steam, National Mine Safety Administration official Sun Qingguo told the press conference.

Sun said 730 coal mines in China are equipped with intelligent working faces, and the total number of working faces has reached 1,400.

The country has pledged to promote the sector's development further, with incentives including improved regulations, standards and policy support, according to Sun.

Efforts will be made to encourage universities, research institutes, mines and sci-tech enterprises to work together to carry out research and to promote the application of unmanned driving and new energy technologies in open-pit mines, he said. 


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