The Future of Mining conference takes place from 14-15 May in Sydney and addresses the key strategic and operational questions from project and operations level management through to the boardroom allowing attendees to discover the latest innovations and technologies which are driving mine productivity, mine efficiency and mine safety today.
Confirmed topics include:
- How are Remote IoT Networks and Communication improving current mine connections?
- How will IoT applications redefine real-time mobile fleet management (including operations and maintenance)?
- How will artificial intelligence, big data and crowdsourcing change the way mines are planned and developed?
- What role is AI playing in automated ore fragmentation assessment, and how might it improve the efficiency and effectiveness of geotechnical inspections?
- How might AI have a bigger impact on mine fleet maintenance optimisation in the automation
- How effective is fast data management and real-time analysis being used to better direct the drill bit?
- How can more data be turned into dollars?
- Can data and cloud based sharing enable better communication and decision making?
- What role does open architecture data platforms have in allowing end users to define how information is collated?
- How can real time data analysis allow geologists to understand rock formation better and enable quicker decision making?
Confirmed speakers include:
- Theophile Yameogo, Vice President, Digital Innovation, Dundee Precious Metals
- Andrew Scott, Senior Director, Innovation, Barrick Gold
- Stephen McIntosh, Group Executive, Growth and Innovation, Rio Tinto
- Gustavo Vieira, Chief Information Officer, Vale
- Evan Elstein, Company Secretary and Vice President for Information Technology and Community Relations, Evolution Mining