The Austmine Conference is the go-to event for mining leaders to connect on strategic priorities, key innovations and emerging technologies driving a sustainable industry future. This year the event is being held in Perth from 25 – 27 May and is a landmark event because it is one of the first National opportunities for the resources industry to view, in person, the latest in mining technology since the COVID pandemic began.
TUTIS VReddo will showcase TUTIS_ENTERPRISE (cloud + VR workforce training & compliance software) that ensures safe service delivery, with actionable people insights across skill sets, competencies, training interventions and authorisation/access control.
“We’re excited to reconnect with everyone from across the industry at Austmine! This year we’ll be showcasing TUTIS_ENTERPRISE within Virtual Reality. Visitors to our booth will put on a VR headset and be teleported into an experience to learn all about the benefits of the software and experience first hand the immersion of VR, which is now a feature of TUTIS_ENTERPRISE” said Chris Wright, CEO of TUTIS VReddo.
Mr Wright suggested that using VR as the medium to communicate about TUTIS_ENTERPRISE felt highly appropriate within the conference given its aspirations to help attendees navigate emerging technologies that drive change. “VR is one of these emerging technologies, so we wanted our visitors to experience this and understand why TUTIS_ENTERPRISE now incorporates VR. This technology may be an important requirement now, but even if an organisation is not ready for VR functionality yet, decision-makers likely want to ensure their training and workforce compliance software is future-proofed and incorporates this emerging technology for when their organisation is ready.”
The Austmine Conference themes include Harnessing Intelligence; Creating a Sustainable Future; The Power of Data; and Optimising Connectivity. Across these themes, the Conference will feature a World-class line-up of speakers to bring delegates up-to-speed on the latest developments and thinking about what’s driving the industry forward.
For further information on the Austmine Conference, please click the reference links below. If you are attending, please visit TUTIS VReddo at booth 129.