As part of our involvement in Australia’s largest mining innovation conference, Austmine – Harnessing Intelligence, Denver explored the role of digital in mining.
The sheer amount of data, insight and opportunity in the mining industry is impressive — imagine what that will be in a few years time with IoT fully enabled and hyper-connectivity in play.
Despite the clear advantages of a strong digital strategy, there are many miners that get by with basic support rather than the full gust of digital enablement.
At Austmine 2021, we will put a lens over the latest in digital and value chain insight. Our goal is to breakdown roadblocks and unveil the significance of a connected channel across all touchpoints from pit to port. We will highlight not only the efficiencies and value in reach but show the path from ideation to execution; revealing how simple smart strategy can be.
What does a digitally mature business look like? Where do you sit on the digital maturity spectrum?
Questions? Get answers by connecting with us on May 26th and 27th at stand 119 - or drop us a note today if you can’t wait till then.
What does a digitally mature business look like? Where do you sit on the spectrum? There are many touch points across the pit to port channel that can benefit from innovation. Knowing where your organisation is on the digital transformation journey will let you set the goals you need to execute on your strategy, stay competitive and grow.Learn more
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