Las Vegas, NV – HARD-LINE is at CONEXPO 2023 with its low-profile loaders and simulations of innovative technological solutions for the industry. CONEXPO is one of the biggest trade shows that provides a platform for companies from all over the world to showcase their innovations, technology, and products.
With safety at the forefront, HARD-LINE has been developing and providing innovative solutions through their teleoperation, radio remote control and autonomous technology for over 27 years now. Product testing is vital to HARD-LINE’s commitment to developing and delivering innovative technology for the mining industry. HARD-LINE already rents an underground test site from NORCAT and recently invested in a surface test site as well, the R&D Center – Surface Mining located in the city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario.
This R&D Center – Surface Mining site was put to test in January this year at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES2023) in Las Vegas. For the demos conducted at the CES event, HARD-LINE had a dozer at the R&D Center in Greater Sudbury that was remotely operated from Las Vegas.
Jazz Rochette, Vehicle Integration Manager, HARD-LINE, led the demos at HARD-LINE’s new R&D Center for the CES event. He said, “We were able to run the entire demo effortlessly without any setbacks. This is remarkable, considering the distance and all potential roadblocks along the way.”
After a successful show at CES2023 where HARD-LINE demonstrated no lag in its remote operation of a dozer, the company, is all set and ready for yet another great show at CONEXPO.
At CONEXPO 2023, HARD-LINE is located in the North Hall, booth #N11509. Register today with code HAR3643C.
To know more about HARD-LINE and its products please visit HARD-LINE’s website.
Established in 1996 in Sudbury, Ontario, HARD-LINE is a leading supplier of automation, tele-operation, and remote-control technology to the mining industry. With branch offices in Chile, Peru and the U.S.A., along with a worldwide distribution network, HARD-LINE is a global company that develops its products from the ground up, utilizing years of experience in mining, electronics, electrical design, and mechanical design.