Symboticware Inc., an industry leader of standardized information-based technology to enhance productivity, sustainability, profitability and safety through real-time data management solutions, today announced its participation as an exhibitor at the MineXChange 2020 SME Annual Conference & Expo, one of the world’s premier mining and metallurgy industry events. The event is hosted by The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME) and will be held from 23-26 February 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona.
The MineXChange SME Annual Conference & Expo connects exhibitors, delegates and visitors through a vibrant exchange of information, ideas and products. The event is designed to provide opportunities for engagement with colleagues and thought leaders from across the industry and get the insights, information and tools needed to excel in an era of innovation and economic change.
“Being proud members of SME, we’re pleased to exhibit this year as we grow in the USA and Mexico,” said Justin Johnsen, VP North America & Mexico. “Our focus at this year’s event will be helping mines improve safety through asset reliability and analytics. Events like this are a great opportunity to support our customers and meet new industry professionals.”
Symboticware will be exhibiting at booth 1723, where they will be showcasing their Asset Reliability Services, the latest in data collection technologies for mobile equipment, as well as new lock-out-tag-out technologies from SafeBox.
Symboticware is an innovative, industry leader that provides an industrial IoT hardware and software platform to help customers unlock, collect and analyze valuable data from their industrial mobile and fixed assets to help improve business outcomes based on: optimizing productivity; identifying opportunities to increase efficient use of their resources; increasing equipment availability through better condition and preventative maintenance; and enhancing safety by real-time feedback to operators. Originally developed for monitoring in underground mining, Symboticware technologies are used in many remote and rugged applications, from the far north to kilometers below the earth’s surface.