Nimbus Technologies provides a suite of productivity tools for the mining and agricultural sectors including MineTrak, the class-leading remote and mobile mine planning solution.
Employ the latest holistic techno-economic modelling tools and approaches to debottleneck design and existing operations, saving both capital and operating expenses.
A unique blend of business modelling excellence and technology implementation know-how gives Nimbus the advantage in delivering bespoke business tracking and management solutions.
Nimbus offers a range of training courses in Process Modelling and Optimisation, including specialised training in gPROMS, the world's leading Process Modelling environment.
Nimbus Technologies is incorporated. Cayle Sharrock is named managing director, the same day his son was born.
MineTrak enters field trials with three clients putting it through its paces.
Nimbus’ entry into the Tactrick Android Developer’s cup wins in the Best Educational App category.
Nimbus Technology is contracted to provide gPROMS training the University of Pretoria and University of Witwatersrand.
If companies must ‘innovate or die’, why is getting support for new ideas more than half the battle?
The Chemical Engineer, Oct 2014
Developing robust quantitative models of fuzzy concepts without empirical data can be difficult – and even more so if you go it alone
The Chemical Engineer, Aug 2015
Nimbus technology has formed key strategic partnerships to provide class-leading solutions in the mining, petrochemical and agricultural industries, offering nearly 50 years combined experience.
Over 30 years mining surveying experience. Introduced several firsts to SA surveying industry including GPS and UAV mapping.
15 years programming, chemical and business process modelling and optimisation. Proponent of holistic and integrated techo-economic optimisation for value delivery.
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