The mining and metals industry are focusing on solutions that protect people in their Labs and offers continuous operation with a minimal number of operators.
The value of automated laboratories for process and quality control will be demonstrated by our experts using case studies, during this presentation.
Lower commodity prices, weaker demand, environmental regulations, lower ore grades, higher running costs are challenges that the mining industry must deal with every day. To cope with these conditions new solutions for process monitoring and decision making are becoming common place. These improvements increase productivity, process stability and sustainability. Trends towards extensive use of real-time monitoring directly in process and automation, such as, robots in the laboratory and near to instantaneous real-time data collection with single or multiple sensors can be used. This information predicts, identifies and manages operational problems, improvements, productivity, costs and enables immediate decision-making for process adjustments.
June 30 2020 - June 30 2020
10:30 - 11:30
(GMT-05:00) Eastern [US & Canada]
Webinar - Live
Michel Choua - Global Development Manager - Automation Systems
- Professionals working for mining, minerals and metals companies, plant managers, laboratory managers, QC managers and engineers, application and method developers, researchers, professors and technical associations searching for knowledge and new analysis solutions.
- Automated analytical solutions in the mining, minerals and metals industries. The different aspects of value creation will be discussed on case studies that are tailored to the specific needs of several industrial environments.