Pulse Mining Systems
Pulse Mining ERP
The complete mining management system, Pulse Mining ERP combines core business management modules with real-time analytics, live tracking, data automation, mobile apps, and B2B tools to deliver the digital mine today.
Pulse Mining Systems is an Australian software development company that has worked collaboratively with the mining industry for over 30 years to capture and manage their operations and business data across the entire mining cycle from exploration to full production, whilst providing insight into specific productivity bottlenecks and pain points through state-of-the-art visualisation and analytics. The Pulse Mining ERP is geared to capture and leverage relevant data throughout the mining process from ‘pit to port’, including in the vital areas of production, plant maintenance, marketing and logistics.
Pulse Analytics is the 100% agnostic business intelligence dashboard suite originally developed for mining and soon adopted by other industries. Pulse Analytics integrates data from machine sensors, environmental sensors, any ERP system, software, apps, even spreadsheets, enabling real-time visibility, and fact-based decision-making for mine leadership teams. Quick wins are achieved through the rapid integration of an ‘out of the box’ product giving immediate insights across the business, making untapped millions per year, for many users, in savings and productivity gains.
CoolGard, developed by Pulse, is the key to COVID-19 site safety compliance and onsite AI/BI-based staff and visitor management for the new business-as-usual. Intelligent, friendly, and economical to install - CoolGard shows once again how technology developed first within the Australian mining industry sets the gold standard all over the world.
Bat Booth 2.0 by Mideco
Pulse-developed technology also powers the digital control and intelligence systems of Bat Booth 2.0, the Australian-made machine used in many countries to reduce the risk of silicosis, black lung, and other lung diseases in the frontline workforces of the mining, quarrying, and manufacturing industries.