A consortium of world leaders has come together to commercialise a complete solution package for collecting and analysing gold plant data in real-time. This is a...
Any gold loss in solution impacts your bottom line. Manual sampling also continues to pose unnecessary risk to operators by exposing them to hazardous materials.
Following on from the successful 2017 partnership with Curtin University to commercialise the Carbon Scout technology, Gekko is very pleased to announce that AngloGold Ashanti Australia Ltd (AGAA) has signed the contract for a second Carbon Scout unit for its Sunrise Dam site. This follows the successful installation of the initial unit at Sunrise Dam and a unit at the Tropicana gold mine.
Gekko and CSIRO are partnering to commercialise a new technology that provides real-time analysis for gold content in a slurry or solution stream.
Collaboration continues to drive mining innovation. Following on from the sponsorship of the AMIRA P420 project in 2001, Gekko has maintained an ongoing relationship with Curtin University’s Gold Group.
The all new Carbon Scout promises to quickly become critical for gold process plant optimisation and for minimising soluble gold losses on tails.
Gekko is thrilled to announce winning the 2017 Melbourne Unearthed Hackathon this past weekend at Melbourne’s General Assembly.
The 54-hour open innovation event gathered software developers, engineers and designers into teams to develop prototype technologies to solve one of the four challenges provided by Newcrest.