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Smart use of smart technology and data

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Structural geophysical analysis for mineral exploration – the value of geological thinking in a data-rich environment
Peter Betts | Monash University

Paperless mapping: getting the most out of mobile GIS
Bert De Waele | SRK

Practical applications of high-resolution 3D laser scanning in underground and open pit environments
Lance Steel | Maptek

Mineralising Systems as Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
Bruce Hobbs & Alsion Ord | CSIRO

Insights into Cu Porphyry exploration from the development of 3D explicit models and a regional tectonic understanding in the Stavely Arc region, western Victoria
Mark McLean | Geological Survey of Victoria

Prospect Ranking using Complete Target
Damien Keys

Data driven geological models: how to comprehend big data
Alison Ord, Keynote speaker | UWA/CSIRO

Drones and A.I. – Managing Large Datasets with Photogrammetry, Neural Networks and Semi-automatic Mapping Tools
Steve Micklewaite | Monash University

Surface Geochemical Sampling: How gold mineralisation is detected under
cover sediments

Geoff Turner | Exploration Management Services Pty Ltd

Smart Geoscientists: Future directions for the profession
Kaylene Camuti, Lantana Exploration

Interlate Operational Excellence as a Service
George McCulloch | Interlate

Advantages of 2.5D inversion of airborne electromagnetic data
Rod Paterson, Intrepid Geophysics