Industry Innovation Day

Before the official conference commences, a special exhibition open day will be held with exciting prizes to be won throughout the day via the official conference app, including:

  • 16GB iPad mini 2
  • Cement Australia stainless steel esky
  • Michelin merchandise / goodie pack
  • Montabert V65 scale model
  • One year NIAflow full license
  • And multiple travel and gift vouchers!

Witness the launch of the exhibition and take advantage of an extra day of networking, or if you’re an operator, catch up with all the key suppliers to the industry under one roof.

Date Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Time 10:00am – 5:00pm
Dress Code Smart casual
Venue Exhibition Bays 11 & 12, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Cost Inclusive in full conference registrations
Attendance on this day only can be purchased for $100
Inclusions Access to the exhibition, as well as a light lunch and afternoon tea

Register for the Industry Innovation Day

Please note: The Industry Innovation Day program is subject to change.

Wednesday, 26 October 2016
1000 – 1700 Industry Innovation Day
Exhibition Bays 11 & 12, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf VIC 3006
Presentations will be facilitated by long-serving news reader and journalist, Jennifer Hansen
1020 – 1030 3-dimensional data and smarter decisions for quarry and construction sites
Alastair Delooze, Renishaw
1030 – 1040 Next Generation Cone Crushers
Adam Gordon, Astec Australia
1040 – 1055 Hanson Hobart downhill power regenerating conveyor project
Murray Butterworth, Hanson Construction Materials
1055 – 1105 Astec High Frequency Screening – 2618Vm product launch
Adam Gordon, Astec Australia and Gary Taylor, Astec Mobile Screens USA
1105 – 1115 Metso safety innovations in equipment maintenance
Anita Waihi, Metso Australia Limited
1115 – 1125 Introduction of the new generation of crushers: Trio®Top Performance Series Cone Crushers
George Manadarakas, Weir Minerals Australia Ltd
1125 – 1135 Metso MX Liners for C-Series Jaw Crushers
Anita Waihi, Metso Australia Limited
1135 – 1145 Flexible and very productive: Kleemann EVO crushers
Tony Barton, Kleeman
1145 – 1155 Metso Life Cycle Services Aggregates
Terry Galvin, Metso Australia Limited
1155 – 1210 Articulated dump truck driver stability warning
Peter Head, Boral Construction Materials
1210 – 1220 Improved field testing vehicle
Kevin Embleton, Fulton Hogan Industries Pty Ltd
1220 – 1230 Ergonomic concrete testers vehicle
Graeme Biffin and Dean Almonte, Boral Australia
1230 – 1245 Roll over prevention campaign
Scott Tipping, Hanson Australia Pty Ltd
1245 – 1255 Digital HSE Compliance Software Solution
Adrian Damant and Karl Nigel Damant, ATK IT
1255 – 1305 Practical rollover and stability training
Warren Smith, Driver Education Centre of Australia
1400 – 1410 Cat® Medium Wheel Loaders feature new integrated technology and innovative operating safety features
Dick Mars, Caterpillar Global Construction and Infrastructure
1410 – 1420 ICT technologies maximise ROI
Todd Connolly, Komatsu Australia
1420 – 1435 How to get the return on investment from your training
Adrian McLean, Heidelberg Cement
1435 – 1445 A holistic approach to measuring the value of your drill and blast program
Karen Normanton, Orica
1445 – 1500 Community engagement in a modern world – Lysterfield Quarry case study
Edwin Ng, Hanson Australia Pty Ltd
1500 – 1515 Social change and urban renewal: Impact on inner city concrete plants
Anthony Clarkson, Hanson Australia Pty Ltd
1515 – 1530 The Quarry Life Award: A research competition promoting the ecological value of quarries
Ken Brown, Hanson Construction Materials Pty Ltd
1530 – 1545 CemAssure conformity assessment program
Warren South, Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia
1545 – 1555 New Yarraville slag facility
James Howard, Independent Cement & Lime Pty Ltd
1555 – 1605 SLN Ferronickel Slag: A promising and sustainable replacement material for the construction industry
Olivier Chazalmartin, Societe Le Nickel – SLN
1605 – 1620 Overview on the latest results of CCAA sponsored research and innovation
Warren South, Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia
1620 – 1630 BASF launches innovative technologies at CMIC
Bruno D’Souza, BASF
1630 – 1640 Concrete maturity innovation or stay in business
Sandy Hughes and Mark Mackenzie, HM Technologies Pty Ltd
1800 – 2100 Hitachi Welcome Reception
Rivers Edge Events
World Trade Centre, Level 1, 18-38 Siddeley Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia
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