SSSI & AIMS 2021 Mine Surveying Seminar

19 May, 2021 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
The Boulevard Centre
99 The Boulevard Floreat WA 6014
Katie Le Miere, National Events Manager
SSSI & AIMS 2021 Mine Surveying Seminar @ The Boulevard Centre

The 2021 Mine Surveying Seminar, jointly hosted by the Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute and the Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors, has been designed to look at the changing roles of the mine surveyor in the near future due to disruptive technology.

The seminar will feature presentations on automation technology, control and monitoring, eudcation, data management and much more.

The aim of the day is to open a dialogue regarding the future of mine surveying work and responsibilities in a changing environment.

The full program will be announced shortly, but the plan is a full day of relevant presentations from local experts and suppliers, followed by sundowner drinks and nibbles at the nearby Floreat Hotel.


Registration is open below, with great discounts for SSSI and AIMS members.

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Are you interested in sponsoring this popular annual event? Gain access to a room of relevant, local professionals. Please click here to download the sponsorship prospectus or contact Katie on the details below.


The event is assessed at six (6) SSSI CPD points.  The AIMS and BOSSI assessments will be provided shortly.

The Boulevard Centre, 99 The Boulevard Floreat WA 6014

Boulevard Hall


Katie Le Miere, National Events Manager

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