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AIMEX: focusing on innovation and efficiency

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Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) is set to showcase some of the newest innovations and cost-saving technologies to come to the mining industry as part of its 2015 demonstration and seminar programme.

Across all four days of the event, attendees can immerse themselves in some of the newest insights and developments to come on the market.

Robby Clark, Director of REEDMININGEVENTS, commented: “AIMEX attendees in 2015 are looking for ways to make their operations more cost-effective, time-efficient and contemporary, so our 2015 demonstration and seminar programme is designed to bring new ideas to the table.

Clark continued: “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 effect on time, safety, resources and the bottom-line.”

Two features of the 2015 demonstration and seminar programme include:

  • Hitachi – Supporting Innovation and Technology, with Eric Green, General Manager – Mining, Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia (HCA), and Gerhard van Niekerk, VP Metals and Mining, Hitachi Consulting on Thursday 3 September: The current mining industry has seen a turn towards new ways to reduce costs and increase the productivity of mining operations. Hitachi is committed on providing benefits through converging the latest high efficiency machinery, operation technology and information technology. For example, the Hitachi Excavator already has a reputation for reliability and increasing productivity with the new Hitachi AC electric drive trucks also generating the same reputation.
  • Protect your assets with Collision Avoidance and Fatigue Monitoring Systems, with Graeme Corbett Business Development Manager APAC, 11:00 AM, Wednesday 2 September: Did you know that about two thirds of traffic accidents are due to driver fatigue? 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 – be sure to attend this seminar if you are interested in ways to improve opencast mine safety and efficiency.
  • Live demonstrations for the latest on 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.

    Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs

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