Austmine 2021: Harnessing Intelligence
Join us next year in Perth for Austmine 2021 Conference & Exhibition, the world’s leading mining innovation conference.
Taking place from 25 – 27 May, the Austmine conference is the go-to event for mining leaders to connect around the strategic priorities, emerging opportunities and cutting-edge technologies that are driving change for a sustainable future.
Austmine 2021 will bring together the brightest minds to progress the innovation conversation with a focus on Harnessing Intelligence.
Don’t miss out on what is globally recognised as one of the most important events for the mining industry.
A pioneering conference program
Call for speaker submissions now open
Extra early Bird Rates end 11 December 2020
“An opportunity to learn from the best & meet the best.”
Business Director, Mineral Resources
An unmissable Opportunity
Here are just three reasons why Austmine 2021 is an unmissable learning opportunity.
Unique Learning & Topics
“We believe the next wave of productivity from our industry will come from digital innovation, including process digitisation, artificial intelligence and automation.
Join us at Austmine 2021 for an opportunity to harness each other’s intelligence and move forward – together.”
Pat Bourke, Vice President Technology, Minerals Australia,
The importance of a strong mining industry to the global community is evident but we face unprecedented disruption from global instability, community expectations and rapid technological progress. However, current challenges also present emerging opportunities.
With the theme Harnessing Intelligence, Austmine 2021 will explore the importance of optimising the interaction between people, processes and technology across the mining value chain. Major conference themes are:
Creating a zero-impact future
The Power of Data
Our commitment to a safe event
We are closely monitoring the ongoing advice and guidance regarding COVID-19 and wish to assure you that your health and safety is paramount and as such, we will be implementing additional measures around hygiene and safe food practices at Austmine 2021.