For a limited time only you can view exclusive post event footage from speakers and exhibitors at the 2011 Mining & Technology Summit in Perth, held in August. If you did not attend or simply want to revisit highlights from the conference, from October 31st you can view exclusive post event footage through our video streaming platform for only AUD$49!
Gain invaluable insights into emerging tools, systems and applications – and a new capacity to deliver a significant uplift in business value – all from the comfort of your home or office. This offer will run for FOUR WEEKS ONLY, beginning on November 11th, 2011.
About the event:
The 2nd Annual Mining and Technology Summit 2011 was a unique event supported by The Dept of Mines and Petroleum, assembled to convene those responsible for technical advancement, business improvement and innovation across the mine site. New technologies which look set to unlock future efficiency was assessed, scrutinised and debated throughout the 2 days . A step change in technology is required to meet future demands – it’s critical to address how far the industry has come and to investigate what’s required to profoundly improve value.
This year’s summit examined international case studies exposing true technical progress and specific areas of advanced automation. Delegates was left with invaluable insights into emerging tools, systems and applications – and a new capacity to deliver a significant uplift in business value.
Grab this unique opportunity to listen in on Australian and International experts in Mining and Technology focusing on technical advancements, business improvements and innovations across the mine sites.
Register now and view presentations by national and international mining companies such as Barrick Gold, BHP Billiton and Cliffs Natural Resources speaking about the future of mining. Join the webcast and have one month access to international case studies exposing true technical progress and specific areas of advanced automation, for you and members of your company.
This video streaming will also offer extended footage from exhibiting mining providers, presenting the latest technical developments in the industry. There will be videos, PowerPoint slides and interviews available for download.