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Webinar: How will IIoT Technology revolutionise data automation on mines and mineral processing plants to help increase productivity

This webinar will explore how an IIoT system disrupts technologies and traditional ways of doing things.

Date: Tuesday 8th October 2019

Time: 2.30pm – 3.30pm (AEDT)

Webinar: Online


Member – $27.50

Non Member – $38.50

Student Member – $16.50

Student Non-Member – $27.50

Presenter: Pieter Strobos
Business Director, Process IQ

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Webinar Overview

An IIoT system can read all the data from a traditional data historian and many new non-traditional data sources with the help of various technologies. The big promise of the internet of things is that we’ll have more connected operations, connected machines and connected ecosystem. Which technologies and traditional ways of doing things will be disrupted in the process?
In this webinar we will explore practical ways this can happen by looking at a combination of case studies and application ideas:

  1. What are all the traditional and non-traditional data sources on mines
  2. How do you get all the data in one place?
  3. How do you limit the “manual handling” of data?
  4. How do you get the data out again and what can you do with it?
  5. Look at some use cases of innovative data manipulation and analytics
  6. How can mining operations be more connected to internally and to the world?


Presenter Bio

Pieter Strobos
Business Director, Process IQ

Pieter is the Business Director for Process IQ. He completed his bachelor’s degree in metallurgical engineering and two post-graduate degrees in metallurgy and technology management at the University of Pretoria. Pieter successfully started several companies in Australia including Process IQ. Pieter was also instrumental in the new joint venture between Process IQ and Orway Minerals Consultants, called Orway IQ.

Since immigrating to Australia at the turn of the century, Pieter have introduced many new technologies in the mining industry. The latest of which is applying the Industrial Internet of things in innovative ways.

He is an active member of the AusIMM for the past 17 years and is on the committee for the AusIMM Metallurgical Society (MetSoc).

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