Thursday, 17 October 2019
WA's Major Projects and Labour Market is on the Move... Again! 1Oct
2019

WA's Major Projects and Labour Market is on the Move... Again!

This was originally published online by Engenium on 26th September 2019. Yesterday we held our quarterly Engenium Insight Breakfast Briefing at our Perth Head Office and were lucky to have Peter Dyball...
Austmine Regional Victoria Roadshow Review

Austmine Regional Victoria Roadshow Review

1 October 2019
By Sheldon Varcoe, Membership & Communications Manager,...
Industry Q&A: Modular Mining Discusses the...

Industry Q&A: Modular Mining Discusses the...

30 September 2019
Austmine recently caught up with Modular Mining to get their...
Reinforcement Learning with MATLAB:...

Reinforcement Learning with MATLAB:...

27 September 2019
This was originally published by MathWorks. Recent news...
FLSmidth Launches New Hybrid Apron Belt (HAB) Feeder for Run-Of-Mine and Stockyard Applications
27 September 2019

FLSmidth Launches New Hybrid Apron Belt (HAB) Feeder for Run-Of-Mine and Stockyard Applications

This was originally published by FLSmidth. FLSmidth launches the new Hybrid Apron Belt (HAB) Feeder for run-of-mine and stockyard applications. A modular, hybrid, belt-over-apron feeder, the HAB Feeder delivers the strength of an apron feeder with the spillage control of a conveyor...
Lowering the Carbon Footprint of Power Stations through Automation
27 September 2019

Lowering the Carbon Footprint of Power Stations through Automation

This was originally published by Leon Fabrikanov, Project Manager, Newcastle NSW, Engenium. Australia is undergoing a significant revolution on the energy mix that powers our cities, towns and industries. The traditional energy supply mix of coal (black and brown) fired based load power...
Insights from AusIMM 2019 Summit Day 2
27 September 2019

Insights from AusIMM 2019 Summit Day 2

By Megan Edwards, Head of Membership Services, Austmine Last week I joined over 100 other leaders from the mining and METS sectors at AusIMM’s Mining Leadership Summit 2019. Launching in 2018, this new addition to the AusIMM events calendar is a critical one, given the pace and the magnitude of...
Webinar Recording: What is Diversity and Why is it Important for the METS Sector?
26 September 2019

Webinar Recording: What is Diversity and Why is it Important for the METS Sector?

The recording is now available for part 1 of Austmine's Diversity & Inclusion Series. Diversity and inclusion are principles that help foster innovative and adaptive mindsets that allow businesses to prosper in today's age. With many mining companies are now considering suppliers’ workforce...
Micromine 2020 to Sharpen Design Precision...

Micromine 2020 to Sharpen Design Precision...

This was originally published by MICROMINE. Achieving precise drill and blast results is...
Shareholder Agreements - Key Considerations...

Shareholder Agreements - Key Considerations...

This was originally published online by Harris Gomez Group. Over the last few years, there...
MICROMINE Reseller, BNA Mining Solutions...

MICROMINE Reseller, BNA Mining Solutions...

This was originally published by MICROMINE. MICROMINE Reseller, BNA Mining Solutions (BNA),...
Insights from AusIMM 2019 Summit: Day 1

Insights from AusIMM 2019 Summit: Day 1

By Megan Edwards, Head of Membership Services, Austmine This week I joined over 100 other...
AIMEX Panel: Identification of Community and...

AIMEX Panel: Identification of Community and...

AIMEX panel: Image of Industry - How can the mining sector and the community work more...
Nautitech Double Finalist in 2019 Premier’s...

Nautitech Double Finalist in 2019 Premier’s...

Nautitech has been named a finalist in the Premier's NSW Export Awards yet again and we are so...
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