Now, more than ever before, miners, mining contractors and Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) companies are working together to optimise mining operations by way of intelligent mining. Stronger emphasis on doing things smarter during the mining and haulage process has become apparent, especially as companies adopt new technologies, equipment and processes onsite.
This Mine Optimisation conference on Tuesday 29 October is designed for those responsible for technology, information and innovation, but has also been developed for Mine, Operations, Production and Technical managers and engineers to gain insights into how to do things with greater effectiveness and efficiency on site.
Geared towards those from a non-mining background, this course provides a comprehensive understanding of the mining cycle; from exploration to planning, extraction through to processing. Attendees will leave with an understanding of concepts and processes, operational practices, essential terminology, and the roles of key personnel.
What will be the biggest transformative technology for mining over the next 10 years?
Resources Industry Lead
The virtual twin – is this a game changer for mining operations?
Masaki Sox Konno
Managing Director, Asia Pacific South
How Canadian mining companies are leading in application and innovation of engineering
Professor Elizabeth Croft
Dean of Engineering
Structuring an organisation so innovation is at its core
Chief Executive Officer
Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (Australia)
AUSIMM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Attending the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) will contribute up to 20 hours towards your professional development (PD).
AusIMM members are encouraged to engage in ongoing professional development (PD) throughout their career. Maintaining current knowledge and skills through PD activities is key to ensuring AusIMM members continue to be the leading professionals in the global resources sector.