Join us on 10 December, 5:30 PM AEDT for our upcoming EdXN event, with Michelle Ash, CEO, GEOVIA at Dassault Systèmes. Michelle has been at the helm of ushering in innovation and exciting new ways of thinking as the mining sector undergoes an industry-wide transformation. In the Technology Impacts on the Australian Workforce Report published by Faethm AI, technology augmentation and automation has the potential to create 5.6 million new jobs by 2034. The impact of new and emerging technology such as virtual reality (VR) will be visible across industries in the future of work. It is up to us to be prepared to harness our natural talents and be ready to grab the opportunities that emerge over the next decade.
At this event you will hear:
- How to use data to improve business processes, drive returns and deliver real benefits to customers.
- How much data do we need to drive the results we are after. Is there such a thing as having ‘too much’ data
- How interactive 3D environments are changing the way we engage with each other and what will be possible in smart cities of the future.
- Identifying and safeguarding against safety concerns in projects by employing virtual twins and VR technology.
- How technological innovation can help contribute to a more sustainable society.
GEOVIA is part of Dassault Systèmes, a 3DEXPERIENCE company. Mining companies rely on Dassault Systèmes’ GEOVIA to drive efficiency and profitability in their mining operations. While GEOVIA’s focus is currently on the mining industry, its objective is to model and simulate our planet, improving predictability, efficiency, safety, and sustainability throughout the natural resources sector.
Michelle Ash, CEO of GEOVIA, Dassault Systèmes, has made significant contributions to the mining sector with a focus on innovation strategy, technology, and digital transformation. As Chair of the Global Mining Guidelines Group – GMG, Michelle has contributed to develop best practices and guidelines for the implementation of technology and socially enabled changes in the mining industry. She is also on the advisory board of several start-ups such as Petra Data Science, OffWorld, Behault, Descartes Labs and MineSpider.
Michelle was named to the 2016 list of “100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining” by Women in Mining UK and won the Technology Innovator of the Year Award by Mines and Technology in 2019. She holds a degree in Civil Engineering and an Executive MBA from the Melbourne Business School. Her Twitter handle is: @MichelleAsh18
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