Real Time Processing of Massive Datasets in Mining
Rapid advances in data collection and processing have the potential to transform operational decision making and planning in the mining industry
The mining industry stands poised to benefit from an era of digital change and disruption.
Automated sensors monitor the mining environment in real time and deliver insights invisible to the human eye. Machinery can be made aware of its surroundings – and those who operate in them. Artificial intelligence can monitor multiple streams of complex and changing data and support decision making.
These advances offer to transform business and operational models that have driven the mining sector for decades.
MRIWA will host a panel of leading figures in mining technology, process optimisation and automation as they explore these powerful industry trends:
- Andrew Job (CEO, Plotlogic)
- Stuart Midgley (Chief Information Officer, DUG)
- Nadia Rom (Manager Data and Advanced Analytics, FMG)
- Mark O’Brien (General Manager – Digital Technology and Innovation, CITC Pacific)
In dynamic conversation with the audience, the panelists will discuss the benefits real-time digital processing can bring to the mining sector, and the changes that may be required to unlock this potential.
Tuesday 20 April 2021, 2.45pm for a 3pm start
Mineral House Theatrette, 100 Plain Street, Perth, WA 6004
The safety of attendees is our highest priority and every effort will be made to ensure the venue abides by current regulations.
MRIWA also asks all attendees to ensure they follow current guidelines and advice on physical distancing and good personal hygiene practices.
Do not attend this event if you feel unwell or are experiencing flu-like symptoms.
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