Future sector – Seizing opportunities through new approaches and innovation

AIMEX 2017

AIMEX will open tomorrow at Sydney Olympic Park and will welcome over 500 suppliers and thousands of industry personnel who are eager to source the latest products and services and hear from industry experts taking part in the AIMEX Conference program, sponsored by Davey Bickford Enaex.

The day one theme of the AIMEX Conference will examine “Future Sector – Seizing opportunities through new approaches and innovation.”

The AIMEX Conference agenda will include:

TUESDAY AUGUST 27 2019

10:30am – 10:35am: Davey Bickford Enaex Company Address

Davey Bickford Enaex will be presenting a five minute capability statement.

10.35am – 10:40am: Welcome from AIMEX 2019

Brandon Ward, Exhibition Director welcome message.

FUTURE SECTOR “Seizing opportunities through new approaches and innovation”

10.40am – 11:15am: Opening keynote: Transforming the relationship between the mining sector and regional communities

This session will explore the transformation of the relationship between the mining sector and regional communities.

Stephen Galilee, CEO, NSW Minerals Council

11.15am – 12:15pm: PANEL: Image of industry – How can the mining sector and the community work more collaboratively together in the future?

In this session we explore ways in which mining companies can engage more collaboratively in regional and rural areas.

Mark Jacobs, Executive General Manager, Yancoal Australia

Anna Littleboy, Programme Leader, University of Queensland

Dr Kieren Moffat, CEO and Co-Founder, Reflexivity

Ngaire Baker, External Relations Manager, Mach Energy

12.15pm – 12:50pm: Delivering Autonomous Vehicle Maintenance – The Challenges and Opportunities

This session will discuss the challenges and opportunities of delivering autonomous vehicle maintenance.

Craig Hurkett, Managing Director, Enterprise Improvement Solutions

12.50pm – 1:50pm: Lunch break

1:50pm – 2:25pm: Human-systems integration for the safe introduction of automation to mines and quarry

This session will explore the outcomes of automation, human systems integration and automated safety questions for consideration by mine and quarry operators.

Robin Burgess-Limerick, Professorial Research Fellow, University of Queensland

2:25pm – 3:00pm: Wash basin and maintenance innovation

This session will cover wash basin and maintenance innovation.

Michael Lambert, General Manager, Enviroconcepts

3:00pm – 3:35pm: Using Telepresence technologies for the safe deployment of wireless mesh networks and underground inspection robots in mines

This session examines the safe deployment of wireless mesh networks and the deployment of underground inspection robots in mines with no existing underground wireless network.

Dr Joe Cronin, Co-founder, Australian Droid and Robot

3:35pm – 4:10pm: SafeWork NSW 

This session will go through safe work practices to reduce work related fatalities, injuries and illnesses for better work practices.

Martin Mazereeuw, Chemical Branch Manager, SafeWork NSW

4:10pm – 4:45pm: Closing keynote: Global mining innovations and key takeaways the Australian mining industry can learn

The closing keynote will summarise the key takeaways from global mining innovations that the Australian mining industry can learn.

For a full overview of the AIMEX Conference including speakers, please visit the event website.

AIMEX is free to attend, do not miss out. To register your attendance to this must-attend event, please do so at www.aimex.com.au or onsite at the event.

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