MEET THE INDUSTRY LEADERS WHO SHAPE THE FUTURE OF MINING
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Future of Mining took place from 25th - 26th March 2019. The Future of Mining event brought together C-suite, Heads and Managers of Mine Operations, METS and Support Services from top enterprises around the globe to debate, come up with answers and define the current and future mining landscape.
Future of Mining addressed the key strategic and operational questions that matter from project/operations level management through to the boardroom. This event was designed to step away from the traditional transactional conference model to provide a transformational experience.
EDITORIAL COVERAGE ON FUTURE OF MINING SYDNEY 2018
Mining giant's growth and innovation leader addresses inaugural Future of Mining 2018.Read more on Mining Magazine
Brazilian mining giant Vale has already saved US$399 million in 2017 by employing big data technology to help integrate its operations, its chief information officer Gustavo Vieira told the Future of Mining 2018 conference in Sydney, Australia.Read more on Mining Magazine
The time when robots replace all workers on a mine site may still be some way off, the Future of Mining 2018 conference has been told, despite the recent successes of autonomous technology.Read more on Mining Magazine
They are demanding, they will transform the bottom lines of mining companies in future, and they should be central to the business planning of every company in the sector. They are not investors, nor metal consumers. They are millennials, and the Future of Mining Sydney conference heard they will need special attention from miners in the years ahead.Read more on Mining Magazine
Maptek's managing director Peter Johnson, who sat in on Future of Mining Sydney's mining equipment, technology and services (METS) investment and start-up talks, addresses the difficult commercial conditions within the mining tech supply sector.Read more on Mining Magazine
The technology is proven, the economics compelling, and better safety outcomes guaranteed, but there is no mad rush to the autonomous machines helping to transform mining in Western Australia's Pilbara region, and other parts of the world. The "death of the manual mine" is a long way off, and may never actually happen, delegates at the Future of Mining Sydney conference heard this week.Read more on Mining Journal
Leading mining technology players have urged the big miners to do more to support the growing sector.Read more on Mining Journal
A leading mining technology investment advisor says there has never been a better time to invest in the sector.Read more on Mining Journal
This week I attended Aspermont's Future of Mining Conference in Sydney. Smartly, the conveners of this event held a stream for a whole day on mining equipment, technology and services (METS) investment and the start-up tech developers in this area. I spent most of Tuesday in this stream - listening.Read more on Mining Journal
They are demanding, they will transform the bottom lines of mining companies in future, and they should be central to the business planning of every company in the sector. They are not investors, nor metal consumers. They are Millennials, and this week's Future of Mining Sydney conference heard they will need special attention from miners in the years ahead.Read more on Mining Journal
THE answer to that question is also the answer to one of the biggest issues facing the mining sector: how it can sell itself to the sort of skilled people it is trying to attract?Read more on MiningNews.Net
MINING managers can improve their success in achieving their strategies from 13% to the 98% achieved by fighter pilots by conducting open debriefs regularly, according to former fighter pilot Christian...Read more on Mining Monthly
IN-SITU recovery is an effective way of reducing the environmental footprint of mining operations but it is a not a magic bullet and should be used in conjunction with more conventional forms of mining and processing, according to CRC ORE chief executive Dr Ben Adair.Read more on Mining Monthly
CHINA'S $10 trillion One Belt One Road initiative will focus on energy projects that include good quality coal for steel-making as the nation seeks to focus on reducing carbon emissions, CEO Australia...Read more on Mining Monthly
IT IS little secret that the minerals mined are crucial to everyone's ways of life. However, those minerals are harder to come by and other minerals are emerging. The challenge is in finding ways to extract them.Read more on Mining Monthly
THE mining industry has had a miserable time in public's eyes in the past 10 years because of the Minerals Council of Australia's support of the thermal coal industry, the Australia Institute research...Read more on Mining Monthly
MINE managers will be able to make more informed decisions that optimise underground longwall coal production with the advent of hybrid systems that utilise power and fibre cables as well as Wi-Fi to relay...Read more on Mining Monthly
THE Australian mining industry needs to overcome the lack of interest by young people in pursuing careers in mining if it is to avert a serious skills shortage, Minerals Council of Australia Workforce...Read more on Mining Monthly
WHILE the Deep Exploration Technologies Cooperative Research Centre is winding down, its most impressive creation is on a ship heading to the US for trials in Nevada.Read more on Mining Monthly
DRILL rig geologists can expect their roles to change from being data collectors to being data interpreters as the quality of drilling data continues to improve.Read more on Mining Monthly
HACKATHONS and the like are helping to develop the next layer of Australian mining equipment, technology and services companies. The challenge is getting those businesses from start-up to commercialisation.Read more on Mining Monthly
Future of Mining Conference
No other conference is backed by the knowledge capital of the experienced Australia's Mining Monthly and Mining Magazine editorial teams, which enables us to offer genuine insight into the catalysts and the trends redefining the global mining environment.
Future of Mining Conference
Aspermont (the publisher of Australia's Mining Monthly and Mining Magazine) has been driving the Future of Mining debate digitally since the launch of the Future of Mining digital content hub in 2016. Our Future of Mining event continues this important debate in a new forum.
We will address jurisdictional and governance changes and showcase the new developments affecting the mining industry in 2 days of independent, curated content with the world's leading experts and the most influential key-note speakers, guaranteed to bring fresh new perspectives and to challenge conventional thinking.