Symboticware Spotlights Technology and Safety at Northern Ontario Mining Showcase 2020
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, as well a speaker, at NOMS PDAC 2020, the Northern Ontario Mining Showcase, 1-4 March 2020 in Toronto.
Led by the City of Temiskaming Shores and supported by FedNor, the Northern Ontario Mining Showcase (NOMS) at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) annual conference is an exclusive opportunity for mining service and supply companies from Northern Ontario to promote their products and services to an international audience. With upwards of 110 exhibitors showcasing their innovative approaches to mining within one pavilion, the NOMS is the ideal venue for mining supply and service companies from Northern Ontario to bring their ideas, products and services to the global mining stage.
Symboticware is exhibiting at booth 104, where they will be showcasing their latest advancements in telemetry. On Monday, March 2nd at 10:30 am, Kirk Petroski, President and CEO of Symboticware will be speaking on “Delivering Safety Improvements Through New Advances in Vehicle Telemetry” on the NOMS Showcase Stage.
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.