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WELCOME TO MIRS

MIRS is the leading international robotic solutions company for mining and heavy industries.

Our outstanding design, engineering, manufacturing and service support guarantee our customer’s satisfaction throughout the entire lifecycle of each solution. MIRS offers a broad range of solutions built with cutting-edge technology. MIRS’ products and services focus on the following benefits:

    • Decrease in Operational Costs
    • Increase in Process Reliability
    • Increase in Final Product Qualityl
    • Improvement in Occupational Safety and Health

SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS – FULL PORTFOLIO

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION

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Design, development, and integration of: industrial robots, manipulators, robotic tools, auxiliary equipment, control systems, energy sources, structural components, sensors, and software.

ENGINEERING

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  • Design and Process Audit
  • Automation Analysis
  • Feasibility Analysis
  • Conceptual, Basic and Detailed Engineering

ROBOTIC SYSTEMS

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  • Robotic Equipment and Auxiliary Systems
  • Turnkey Solutions

AFTER SALE SERVICES

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  • Plant and On-site Testing
  • Installation and Commissioning
  • Remote Support Services
  • Mine Site Support Services
  • Spare Parts
  • EPC

News

MIRS starts a second phase of the robotic project in Peru

MIRS, a Chilean company specialized in the development of robotic solutions for mining and heavy industry, has just started the second phase of the robotic implementation project at the port terminal of Impala Terminals, located in Callao, Peru.
To date, more than 2,500 trucks have been sampled by this technology, called MI Robotic Sampler, which allows automating a process that is usually done manually. Its main advantage is that it enables the accurate extraction of representative and incorruptible mineral samples, eliminating error and cross-contamination. In addition, it is a safer and more transparent process, both for producers and for buyers and intermediaries.

CEO of Impala Terminals Peru: “MIRS robotics gives us the confidence and support we need to automate our processes”

The Robotic Sampler for Truck from MIRS, MI Robotic Sampler, was successfully implemented in the port terminal of Impala Terminals Peru, a subsidiary of the transnational Trafigura and a leader in specialized logistics services for storing, handling and analyzing mineral concentrates. After more than 2,500 trucks have been sampled by this system, Cristiaan Landeo, CEO of Impala Terminals Peru, explains the advantages of its implementation.

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World’s largest mining robotic system was presented in Chile ”

The world’s largest robotic system, the MI Robotic Sampler, was presented on October 20 at the “MIRS Mining Robotics Day 2017: Consolidating Productivity” event, which was attended by authorities and experts, both national and international, from the mining industry.

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HELLO INDUSTRIE 4.0 – “THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION”

Industrie 4.0 or “the fourth industrial revolution” is the mega-topic in industry. There are not yet any standards for it, nor is there a uniform definition. Buzzwords such as “smart factory”, “smart production” or the “Internet of Things” only describe what the factory of the future could look like. Companies are expecting the intelligent networking of all production-relevant components to deliver a quantum leap in productivity, flexibility and efficiency, thereby safeguarding competitive advantages. The robot will play a key role in this.

Global Industrial Robotics Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast To 2020

August 03 2016

The rising demand for industrial robots across different industry verticals, regions and applications is propelling the industrial robotics market during the forecast period 2014 to 2020. Globally, Asia Pacific is analyzed to be fastest growing market largely due to the research and development infrastructure growth in countries such as Japan, Australia, China and India. The adoption of robotics in small and medium enterprises (SME’s) is further expected to bolster the industrial robotics market in the Asia Pacific region. Additionally, the demand for industrial robots across major application segments such as electrical, consumer electronics, and automotives is further expected to fuel growth over the forecast period 2014 to 2020. Countries such as Italy, Germany, France, and the U.K are expected to be key contributors to the growth of industrial robotics market in the European region. In North America, Mexico is expected to offer tremendous potential across varied application sectors in the coming years. Thus, the market for industrial robotics is expected to witness healthy growth across varied industry verticals and regions.

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