Utilizing mechanized mining for extraction
Sponsored by: Komatsu Mining Corp.
- Mining Safety
- Mechanized Mining
Date: 17 July
Days to go: 29
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
As the mining community continues to focus on safety and increasing productivity, Mechanized mining is an increasingly interesting option for operations. Minimizing diesel particulate matter (DPM) levels, as well as potential strata instability and reducing other mining related hazards are top priorities as we continue on our path towards full automation.
In addition to exploring mechanized mining, this webinar will examine some of the best practices for improving efficiencies in your operation, future trends and other vital happenings in our industry.
Join Toby Cressman, Chief Engineer, Komatsu Mining Corp. on July 17th at 10 a.m. est/ 3:00 p.m. London time to gain valuable insights into these topics and many more. Register today!
Toby is a Chief Engineer with Komatsu Mining Corp. He is an expert in mining technology, haulage techniques and mineral extraction. He has nearly a decade of experience in the field and holds a degree from Bucknell University in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Gannon University.
Key Learning Objectives
- Discover the safety advantages of mechanized mining
- Learn the benefits that mechanized mining can provide to your operation from an efficiency standpoint
- Familiarize yourself with current underground trends and best practices for extracting minerals
- Mechanical engineer
- Mining operator
- Mine Manager
- Mining supplier
- Mining Technician
- Chief Engineer
- Engineering Supervisor
- Product Director