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Sandvik and Cisco Systems' collaboration is a match made in mining heaven, delivering huge improvements to underground mines.

The coronavirus pandamic drove a Sandvik tubing site in Germany to digitalize quickly, delivering its best quarterly turnover ever.

Digital twins replicate real products in the virtual world which allows for invaluable testing, saving time and money.

The 5th generation of mobile networks, 5G is the evolution of the 4G networks of today.

5G Woman

With 5G on the cusp of release, here's what you need to know about the fifth generation of wireless communication technology.

Partnership for effective programming

Sandvik Applied Manufacturing Technologies is using its partnership with Google Cloud to drive innovation.

AI solutions are helping redefine customer and supplier relationships.

Advanced analytical cognitive data processing offers mining customers a more complete view of their operations.

AI and big data are revolutionizing industry in more ways than you know.

The research project Swedish Metal is using big data, AI and machine learning to more efficiently and sustainably produce steel.

Mterologic robot

In a connected manufacturing world, continuous measurements cut lead times and reduce scrap. Here’s the technology behind it.

Teaser type: Video Glass labyrinth

Sandvik’s automated loaders and trucks have been working in real mines for over 20 years with zero accidents involving people.

Deployment of digital technologies is expected to create as much as USD 100 billion value to resource-producing companies by 2035.

The opportunities to mining and manufacturing presented by digitalization require skills found in unexpected places.

Increased connectivity and cloud-based solutions reduce costs, enhance productivity and manage variability in many industries.

Data has become a valuable resource, as advances in technology are transforming industries across the world.

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