Evaluation de la sécurité d'un camion minier automatique

Abstract : A prototype of an automatic truck has been developed for ore haulage in underground gold mines in Quebec (Canada). The control system is a computerized guidance system that is designed to give standard underground mining haulage vehicles the ability to operate fully automatically without an onboard operator. It combines scanning lasers with elements of radio remote controls of mine automation. It uses also a collision avoidance system to detect specific transponders equipping all people and vehicles in the mine by using microwave signals. This paper will present with the development of the safety program and with what has been done in the real life-cycle of the project.
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Joseph-Jean Paques, Réal Bourbonniere, Jean-Luc Durka. Evaluation de la sécurité d'un camion minier automatique. Conférence Internationale Sécurité des Systèmes Industriels Automatisés, Oct 1999, Montréal, Canada. ⟨ineris-00972182⟩

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