The mining industry is continually challenged to be as efficient as possible, regardless of the volatility in commodities prices. As a result, you look for ways to run a safe operation that complies with regulations and still remain profitable. It is a tough situation. The future of mining is heavily reliant on information. Your connected mine does not have to be something for the future. It can become reality today.
Connected or “smart” operations can help in all of these areas. Greater connectivity and information sharing can help mining companies better understand their operations, improve their performance and reduce safety risks.
Registration open from : 8:30am
Event commences: 9:00am
Event finish: 4:00pm
Parmelia Hilton Perth
14 Mill Street
Hon. Bill Marmion
WA Shadow Minister for Mines, Petroleum, Innovation and Disruptive Technologies
Welcome & Introductions
Keynote Speaker: Bill Marmion, Shadow Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Innovation and Disruptive Technologies; Defence Issues; Science.
Topic: Western Australia’s Mining outlook and the technology transforming the industry.
The Connected Mine - getting the basics right using smart technology.
The Shifting Technology Landscape in Mining Networks.
The value of using global standards for mining operations. New global standards that are required for modern mining operations that the GMSG are addressing.
How to increase productivity of your operation and ensure safety at the same time.
Mining’s next horizon with the METS (Mining Equipment, Technology and Services) sector in Australia.
Diversity in Mining: Understanding the people enabling your digital journey.
Digital Twins: Creating Smarter Machines on time and on budget.
Scalable Analytics: Delivering value and access to production intelligence.
The Connected Mine