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AIMEX demonstration and seminar program focused on innovation and efficiency

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Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX ) will return to Sydney in September, lining up some of the newest innovations and cost-saving technologies for the mining industry.

AIMEX’s demonstration and seminar program for 2015 will introduce attendees to the latest insights and developments to come on the market.

Robby Clark, Director of REEDMININGEVENTS said AIMEX attendees in 2015 were seeking ways to make their operations more cost-effective, time-efficient and contemporary. AIMEX’s demonstration and seminar program this year is designed to bring new ideas to the table and address these requirements.

Mr Clark explained that an innovation that saves time through clever design, provides online real time solutions to monitoring equipment in remote locations, or monitors worker fatigue, can have a significant impact on time, safety, resources and the bottom-line.

AIMEX 2015 demonstration and seminar program

Hitachi – Supporting Innovation and Technology: Thursday 3rd September

By Eric Green, General Manager – Mining, Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia (HCA), and Gerhard van Niekerk, VP Metals and Mining, Hitachi Consulting

The current mining industry is exploring new ways to reduce costs and increase the productivity of mining operations. Hitachi is committed to providing benefits by converging the latest high efficiency machinery, operation technology and information technology.

Protect your assets with Collision Avoidance and Fatigue Monitoring Systems: 11:00AM, Wednesday 2nd September

By Graeme Corbett, Business Development Manager APAC

Attendees will learn more about SAFEmine’s FatigueMonitor, a revolutionary solution that combines data from fatigue protection and collision avoidance to minimise accidents involving mining vehicles. This new technology is the only solution on the market that is integrated with Collision Avoidance, and will be of interest to participants keen to improve surface mine safety and efficiency.

Live demonstrations of the latest machinery automation and robotics, remote control operation systems for rockbreaker boom systems (Transmin), cleaning (Flexco), LED lights (Hella) and maintenance and repair (Transmin, Loctite) will also be provided throughout the conference.

AIMEX 2015 will be held from 1-4 September 2015 at the Sydney Showgrounds, Olympic Park. 

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