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Future of Mining Sydney 2018
Sydney, Australia - 14 May 2018 to 15 May 2018
Conference / congress

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.

  • Miners are leaner and meaner, with balance sheets cleaner, but are they more agile and ready to deliver better capital returns over the next decade?
  • What are the critical areas of operational excellence, and what does excellence look like?
  • How are miners adapting to an era of rapid technological, social and geopolitical change?
  • How well are miners equipped to deal with the automation of mines and what impact will this have on current and future mine development?
  • How should companies think about upskilling the workforce for digitisation- recruiting, retaining and training new and current talent
Other topics will include: blockchain, AI, visualisation, 3D mine mapping, fast data management, real time analysis, social licence to operate and energy efficiency.

14 May 2018 to 15 May 2018

08:00 AM to 08:00 PM (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

SMC Sydney

From $A995

Contact for booking / more info:
Laurence Allen, Marketing Manager
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