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Future of Mining Australia 2019

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Monday, March 25, 2019 @ 08:00
(SST Solomon Standard Time GMT+11:00)

Sydney, Australia


Key topics include:

• GAME CHANGING EQUIPMENT: Discover how the latest technology is being applied across the mining lifecycle to improve the economics of existing mines and new projects including; remote cameras and sensors, haulage and hybrid loaders and drones.

• DISRUPTION IN MINING: Gain insight into the social, geo-political and economic forces and market trends that have and will continue to reshape the mining industry as we know it today.

• INFLUENCING CHANGE: Explore how companies are re-focussing their efforts on creating a united workforce in order to encourage innovation, collaboration and transparency.

• VALUE CHAIN OPTIMISATION - A HOLISTIC APPROACH: Learn how the industry is striving towards a sustainable future with the application of new processes, systems and methods of communication.

• INNOVATION IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN: Understand what Innovation really means and how companies are taking the industry to new heights with advanced extraction, processing and exploration methods.

More Details

Starts 3/25/2019 @ 08:00
(SST Solomon Standard Time GMT+11:00)
Ends 3/26/2019 @ 17:00
(SST Solomon Standard Time GMT+11:00)
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth,
61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia

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