11 - 13 March, 2014

Fraser Suites Perth, East Perth, Western Australia, Australia


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“This was a positive experience and well worth attending”Alan Brims, Senior Analyst - Mining Iluka Resources Limited
“The conference provided a great venue to share ideas and knowledge”Stewart McKain, IM Programme Manager (APAC) Anglo American
"It was a great opportunity to network with other people in the industry"Gavin Strack, Manager - Process Control Gold Fields

Sponsors & Exhibitors
Lead Event Partner
Optus
Event Partners
3D-P
Sandvik
Ampcontrol
Featured Exhibitor
Exelis C4i - AU
Exhibitors
Micromine
Becker Mining Systems Australia
Datalek Systems and Electrical
The PBE Group
Minetec
Alliance Automation

2015 Speakers

 Simon Blears
Simon Blears
Superintendent ICT
Rio Tinto
 Jason Nitz
Jason Nitz
Superintendent – Fleet Management Systems
Newmont
 Andrew Chaplyn
Andrew Chaplyn
Director Mines Safety
Department of Mines & Petroleum
 Carlos Rudolph
Carlos Rudolph
Operations Superintendent
BHP Billiton
 Luis Guilherme Uzeda Garcia
Luis Guilherme Uzeda Garcia
Researcher
Institute Of Technology (ITV), Vale (Brazil)
 Dr. Stephen Van Duin
Dr. Stephen Van Duin
Researcher
University of Wollongong
 Lauris Hemmings
Lauris Hemmings
Technology Superintendent
GlencoreXstrata

11 - 12 March, 2015

Fraser Suites, Perth

www.mineautomation.com.au/wa

21 - 22 April, 2015

Pullman King George Square, Brisbane

www.mineautomation.com.au/qld

Improving Productivity, Efficiency and Safety through the Implementation of Automation and Reliable Communication Infrastructure

The introduction of automation to the mining environment has the potential to address the need for long term cost reductions and increased levels of productivity and efficiency.

In 2015, Mining IQ will be hosting two separate Mine Site Automation & Communication events:

  • Mine Site Automation & Communication WA – Perth – 11 - 12 March, 2015, and
  • Mine Site Automation & Communication QLD – Brisbane – 21 - 22 April, 2015

The decision to hold two separate events in this year is based on the individual, specific and immediate needs of automation specialists who work across Australia.

Current economic conditions means that many mining operations are looking at what automation can provide to their own operation. In particular, many mining specialists understand that the future of the industry in Australia depends on the implementation of automation.

Mine sites who have already implemented automation, have noticed significant gains in the areas of; productivity, greater precision, safety and reductions in operational costs.

Having researched with over 300+ mining automation experts for the Mine Automation & Communication Event series we have developed two programs that tackle immediate needs, including:

  • Capitalising on Innovative Automation Activities on the Mine Site for Improved Productivity
  • Implementing an Available and Robust Wireless Communication Network
  • Gaining Senior Management Buy-In and Driving Productivity through Culture and Training