Mine Site Automation & Communication 2013
Optimising Automation Operations, Integrating Disparate Systems, and Securing Wireless Network Infrastructure
Now in its 8th installment, Mine Site Automation & Communication WA 2013 will focus on how you can optimise existing automation operations to increase productivity, integrate disparate systems in to one control platform, and ensure that you have reliable and available wireless communication networks established. With current market conditions effecting the global mining industry, now more than ever it is critical that you are able to streamline operations, improve efficiency and productivity levels, whilst reducing overall costs. Automation at the mine site is one of the key ways you can achieve all of these objectives, however the road to success is riddled with difficulties.
Mining IQ’s Mine Automation & Communication WA will address each of these issues through a range of case studies from leading mining companies' both in Australia & overseas. Already confirmed presentations include talks by: Rio Tinto, Anglo American, Discovery Metals, Barrick Gold, Fortescue Metals and Ausenco to name a few.
We have sought out the leading mining communication providers and automation equipment manufacturers who can offer you and your site reliable technologies to ensure you stay ahead of the technology curve.
- Building a Secure Communication Network that is Cost Effective
- Integrating Disparate Systems for Improved Efficiency
- The Advantages of Simulation in Automation System
- Dynamic 3D Simulation in the Stockyard Environment
Automation can help to ensure your business withstands current market conditions and helps you mine more efficiently, with precision and quality of recovery.
5 Key Reasons Why You Should Attend Mining IQ’s Mine Site Automation & Communication WA Event?
- We have included 2 specialised streams meaning you get to tailor your learning experience. In 2013 we have streams on; Automation from the Pit to the Port, and Applying Functional Safety in the Automated Mining Environment
- Our agenda has the most mining company case studies meaning you gain greater insight into what mining leaders are planning to do next in automation
- This is the longest running Australian mine automation & communication conference
- Our audience are well qualified, meaning you meet the people that are driving mining automation in both its research, development, and inception
- We have advanced networking opportunities allowing you the chance to personally meet with our speakers, delegates and sponsors
Events aren’t just all about what you learn; it’s also about who you get to meet, and how you can advance your own initiatives and automation projects. We understand that networking is an important part of the experience therefore we’ve created some special networking opportunities….
Tuesday 27th August 2013 5.30pm
*Cocktail Reception for Conference Delegates, Speakers and Sponsors
After the conclusion of Day 1 presentations delegates, speakers and sponsors of the Mine Site Automation & Communication WA 2013 event will have the opportunity to relax and enjoy a networking drinks session. This gives everyone the chance to speak with like-minded professionals and create relationships beyond the conference walls.
Tuesday 27th August 2013 7.00pm
*Networking Dinner & Drinks * (see registration for pricing details)
For those who wish to continue their networking, or are looking for something to do in Perth, a relaxed dinner and drinks will be hosted at an extra cost. A 3 course site down dinner at one of the top restaurants in Perth will allow participants to relax, enjoy the city and get to know their fellow conference attendees better before returning to the second day of the conference.
Who Can You Expect to Meet During Your Time at The Conference?
Our event is specific to the area of Mine Site Automation & Communication therefore we ensure that we get the participation of those that are currently undertaking automation projects, or in the process of assessing whether or not automation is a commercially viable option for their greenfield or brownfield site.
A more thorough break-down of our audience includes:
- Automation Engineers
- Communications Engineers
- Electrical Engineering Managers
- Head of Technology
- Manager Controls & Automation
- Mining Systems Engineer
- Principal Telecommunications Engineer
- Process Control/Control Systems Manager
- Production Systems Engineer
- Project Director/Managers
- Senior Instrumentation & Control Engineers