記録された日時: May 14 2020
Duration: 55 minutes 20 seconds
The Covid-19 pandemic has indeed challenged many businesses and the mining and minerals industry is no exception. For instance, how to operate within constraints of a minimal workforce or no human intervention. It is inspiring how companies and people display resilience and resourcefulness by means of finding alternatives. During this webinar, Dr Uwe Konig, global manager for mining, minerals and metals at Malvern Panalytical, shares about the industry outlooks. And importantly smart trends that companies are turning towards to be more efficient and sustainable. This is by way of leveraging on automated laboratory analysis, on-line analysis, high throughput screening and more.
This webinar is dedicated to those in mine site mapping, laboratory, process and quality control as well as research teams. We hope that this webinar will inspire you and your colleagues to consider how you could leverage on intelligent and predictive characterization tools to make better and quicker decisions; decisions that could impact your bottomline. He will discuss the available tools in the context of the mining process, from mine site planning to sorting, recovery and beneficiation.
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