Agadir Police Arrest 21Year Old Student in Possession of Thousands of

Rabat – Police in Agadir arrested a 21-year-old university student on Saturday for her alleged involvement in drug trafficking.The arrest was in collaboration with the General Directorate of Territorial Surveillance (DGST).A statement from the General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) said that the 21-year old woman was in possession of 31,000 psychotropic tablets and 100 gram of cocaine. في إطار #الجهود_الأمنية_لمكافحة_المخدرات_والمؤثرات_العقلية..إجهاض عملية كبرى لترويج 25.000 قرص من الاكستازي و6.000 آلاف قرص مهلوس بمدينة أكادير.— DGSN MAROC (@DGSN_MAROC) June 15, 2019Read Also: Moroccan Police Abort Drug Trafficking Operation in NadorPreliminary investigation led to the arrest of two other people involved in the case.Police placed the suspects in custody for further investigation to arrest possible accomplices involved in the case.The arrest is in line with Morocco’s strategy to crack down on drug trafficking and criminal networks across the country. read more

Immersive Technologies simulator growth drives significant mining customer results in North America

first_imgThe installed base of Immersive Technologies mining simulators in North America it says has seen consistent growth since the deployment of the first-generation units in the early 2000s. “Today, early adopters are upgrading their technology to the latest models while new customers are coming onboard at an accelerating rate. North American customers are increasingly obtaining quantified results in targeted areas such as lower spot times, higher dig rates and reduced machine abuse events caused by operator actions.”Long-time customer Rio Tinto Kennecott will now be utilising Managed Services and a transportable PRO4 to train operators on wet weather conditions. The majority of Kennecott’s haul truck operators have less than two years’ experience due to a very light snow year in 2017/2018 many have not had to deal with the challenges that heavy snow brings. Kennecott are running all operators through simulator-based training to build confidence in those conditions. As all operators will be trained, data will be generated which help identify more opportunities for targeted training interventions relating to safety, productivity, and unscheduled maintenance. New-hire training is also part of Kennecott’s program and will continue to be a focus into 2019.Bighorn Mining, a green field operation in Canada, is currently using Managed Services and an IM360-B to ensure they develop an elite locally-trained operator workforce. Bighorn Mining Management chose the combination of simulator-based training and Professional Services from Immersive Technologies due to the proven track record of quantified ROI.At Peabody – North Antelope Rochelle Mine (NARM) in Wyoming, a recently concluded Managed Services project returned positive and impressive results over the course of only five months that saw NARM achieve:• 2.4 second spot time reduction• 9,166 monthly decrease or 57% improvement in Operator Induced Machine Events (Alarms)“NARM continues to be one of the top achievers in operator improvement. Their commitment to the safety and improvement of their staff is apparent by the results they achieve,” says Anthony Bruce, Immersive Technologies Regional Vice President – North America.In Mexico, an underground hard rock customer has reported that with the help of an Immersive Technologies’ Embedded Trainer they have achieved:• 96% reduction on rear brake heating events• 86% reduction on front brake pressure drop events• 79% reduction on transmission abuse events• 4.5% reduction on fuel consumption, representing $444,181 USD on annualized savings“The fusion of Managed Services and simulator technology is a powerful combination as North American customers have quickly realized over the last decade. The fully supported solution by Immersive Technologies’ Managed Services architecture drives quantifiable return on investment. It Includes pro-active supervision to drive best actions and access to select intellectual property for training and continuous Improvement,” Bruce says.last_img read more