Date: 22 Apr 2020, 12:30 PM - 22 Apr 2020, 1:15 PM
METS Tech Talks: Operating with a Crystal Ball – Predicting Future Failures
Austmine’s METS Tech Talks Webinar Series will put the
spotlight on the latest innovations and game-changing solutions set to
transform the mining industry as we know it.
Our third session will focus on ‘Operating with a Crystal
Ball – Predicting Future Failures.’
Significant advancements in technology, such as the use of
sensors and data analysis, has provided a more accurate picture of asset health
for mining companies, allowing a more streamlined, sustainable and efficient
approach to maintenance and safety incidences.
This webinar will explore what’s next in the predictive and
preventative maintenance space. It will showcase the METS companies at the
forefront of innovation for mobile and fixed plant equipment.
GEAR - Prescriptive Maintenance Tool to Optimise Shuts for Multi-mine Systems
the optimal maintenance shut schedule for fixed plant assets is a
complex business problem faced by many mining companies. Find out how
Polymathian developed a prescriptive maintenance tool to:
Jonathon White, Director & Co-Founder, Polymathian
- Flatten the resource curve for peak maintenance periods;
- Reduce maintenance constraint violations by 40%;
- Rapidly generate plans in 10 minutes.
Real-Time Digital Twin - The Oracle of Future Failures
Miners and METS equipment manufacturers
are “hiring” real-time Digital Twins to predict future equipment and process
failures that causes unplanned downtime. In this brief presentation Pieter will
cover the anatomy of a real-time predictive Digital Twin and show how these
digital twins can close the loop on acting on failure predictions.
Pieter van Schalkwyk, CEO, XMPro
Right Time, Right Place - Using Prescriptive Maintenance Software to Enable Safe, Remote, Timely & Actionable Insights
Welcome to the new normal; where remote monitoring and prescriptive maintenance of your mine equipment is the way of the future. We discuss how using your existing condition monitoring, operational process and maintenance history data, together with machine learning software to empower your reliability and maintenance teams to deliver best in class performance.
Tim Hopkins, Sales Account Manager, Aspentech
The Practical Application of Predictive Analytics
Dingo’s Trakka Predictive Analytics solution employs artificial intelligence and machine learning to predict impending equipment failures with confidence, allowing customers to proactively perform corrective maintenance actions to minimise downtime and optimise asset life. These practical machine learning models were developed in collaboration with customers using real-world equipment data to address common component-specific failure modes.
Colin Donnelly, Director of Product Engineering, Dingo
Fibre Optic Sensing for Wall Monitoring
Tailings dam wall monitoring is a vital infrastructure
requirement and one which demands constant monitoring. Any unusual geological movements or increased stress on the wall needs to be identified and alerted to the appropriate people best ensuring a timely response.
Les Richards, CEO, Hawk Measurement Systems
The response needed can be based on the severity and the
possible negative outcomes, which can include a preliminary analysis and alarm
system that is IOT connectable to allow a maximum geological position
and accuracy indication.
Mitigate Risk by Working with Cycle Proof Companies
Learn how to select companies which operate with healthy margins and have adequate cash reserves such that METS companies can be aware of revenue risks.
Tyson Keen, CEO, The Share Collective
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METS Tech Talk Series:
During this unprecedented time, it is critical to ensure that your clients, partners and prospects know you are active, operating and innovating. While this short-term disruption will impact our industry greatly, there is a range of long-term challenges that mining faces to ensure prosperity and sustainability.
Fortunately, Australian METS companies are rising to the challenge with cutting-edge technologies and game-changing solutions to tackle the most pressing industry issues. Our new Austmine Tech Talks webinar series will be an online showcase of the best new innovations set to transform the mining industry as we know it.
Austmine Members will have 5-minutes to present, letting fellow METS members and mining peers know about their latest innovation and how it will make a difference to the industry.
Tech Talks Schedule:
8th April: What Lies Beneath – The Latest in Exploration
15th April: People are Paramount – New Solutions to Optimise the Workforce
22nd April: Operating with a Crystal Ball – Predicting Future Failures
29th April: A Strong Global Citizen – Minimising Mining’s Footprint
6th May: Honing in on Zero Harm – What’s Next in Safety Technologies?
13th May: Cleaning up our Act – Emerging Innovations in Water & Waste Management
20th May: Advanced Mining Manufacturing – Reducing Total Cost of Ownership
27th May: Man and Machine - Leveraging Data for Business Value
3rd June: Leaving a Lasting Legacy – Sharing Benefits with Stakeholders
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Date: 22 Apr 2020, 12:30 PM - 22 Apr 2020, 1:15 PM