Posted by : brij fbEducator Friday, 13 July 2018


Australian mining company Rio Tinto’s high-tech train completed the first fully autonomous delivery of iron ore in Western Australia’s Pilbara. The autonomous train, consisting of three locomotives, carried about 28,000 tonnes of iron ore across 280 km from the company’s mining operations in Tom Price to the port of Cape Lambert on July 10. A Rio Tinto autonomous train has completed its first journey across the Pilbara with 28,000 tonnes of iron ore on board https://t.co/S3eQx1lHof — The Australian (@australian) July 13, 2018 As we have reported, companies and research teams across the world continue to develop driverless cars, trucks, ships…

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