Automation and Autonomy in Mining
Date From: 21 March 2017
Description: We will explore the innovation imperative faced by the mining industry and its journey to date with automation and autonomy and what the future holds - and what are the insights for the O&G sector.
Event Type: Webinar
Time: 13:30-14:30 GMT
Organiser: Process Management & Control Special Interest Group
We will explore the innovation imperative faced by the mining industry and its journey to date with automation and autonomy and what the future holds - and what are the insights for the O&G sector. This has primarily focused upon mobile equipment - trucks, drills, trains - and is being driven by safety and economic considerations including improving efficiency and utilization rates. Whilst this cycle continues we see also 'small being the new big' e.g. autonomous swarm mining is one of major transformations ahead.
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Peter J Bryant, Managing Partner, Clareo, Senior Fellow and Honorary Co-Founder of the Kellogg Innovation Network
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Satish Rao, Partner, Clareo
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Jim Keravala, Co-Founder and CEO, OffWorld
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A one-hour online session: 40 minutes' presentation + 20 minutes' Q&A.
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