AMC is a proud supporting sponsor of the 1st International Conference on High Performance Mining – HPM2018 in RWTH Aachen University, Germany. Taking place on 4-5 December, the conference will showcase best-practice examples of mining operations along different levers for productivity improvement. AMC’s Business Improvement Manager, Kobus Potgieter, will present Keynote II during the first session on Day 1 of the conference.
Keynote II: Optimizing the Connected Mine – 4 December 12.00-13.00
Modern technology provides operations with ample data that can be used to effectively improve productivity and reduce costs. Mines are under pressure to find the next improvement, to deploy advanced analytics and follow those that made autonomous machines the next big thing. But how do they know what is good enough, what assumptions to use for the next mine plan, budget or project. AMC Consultants conducted 200 benchmarking exercises, all verified by operations over the past 15 years and can now answer the question “So, what does good look like?” with confidence.
About the keynote presenter:
Kobus Potgieter is AMC’s Business Improvement Manager based in Perth, Australia. A mining engineer with more than 20 years’ experience in the resources industry, he is operationally driven, an experienced strategic planner, and is adept at value-adding, improvement and change. Kobus’ strengths lie in business improvement and decision guidance; technology solutions; providing effective asset management using risk based decision making and condition monitoring.
To get a taste for Kobus’ message, the video below is a recording of a recent webinar presentation on the optimized fleet in action, hosted by Australian METS industry body, Austmine.
Recommended content: webinar recording
As part of Austmine’s Optimizing the Mining Fleet webinar series, AMC’s Kobus Potgieter delivered the presentation The Optimized Mining Fleet in Action in which he provided a holistic view of the mining operation and how the fleet can be optimized within the overall value chain.