Kamloops company helps mining company watch workers

Ajax in Kamloops has partnered with a local tech company to provide a birds-eye view of the worksite at all times.

A Kamloops tech company will help mining company, KGHM watch workers to improve safety.

Lightship Techology's "worksite management technology." (Photo courtesy of Lightship)

A partnership has been struck between KGHM International - the company behind the Ajax mine project - and a Kamloops tech firm. Lightship Technology is a small company that works out of the Kamloops Innovation building. They call themselves a leader in "worksite management technology." Jae Reichel is their CEO.

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