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Collisions between haulage equipment and pedestrian workers or other vehicles claim an average of five lives each year in surface and underground metal/ nonmetal mining operations. Many more workers are severely injured. Although technologies exist that could prevent these collisions, (radar, CCTV, and back-up alarms), they do have limitations and are not being used widely. New developments in radio frequency identification (RFID) systems show promise for reducing the number of collisions. Thisdoi:10.1109/28.903133 fatcat:enptjqriurd4ldyhd4ylsn5rhq