AIMS National Conference 2014

By on 27 May, 2014

Hotel Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach

This year’s AIMS National Conference will be held on 13-15 August at the Hotel Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach, overlooking the white sandy beaches of Botany Bay, and only 20 minutes from central Sydney and 5 minutes from the Sydney Airport.

AIMS has been fortunate to attract a variety of technical papers to both inform and challenge the delegates.  Among the highlights will be the keynote speaker, Darren Flanagan, explosives expert and one of the heroes of the Beaconsfield mine rescue.

For the first time, the conference Platinum Sponsor, CR Kennedy, will host two workshops on the Wednesday afternoon prior to the main conference opening. Here, the delegates can see the latest technology and have any tricky questions answered. Additionally, delegates will have the option of a UNSW Surveying tour on the same Wednesday afternoon.

A dozen organisations will be exhibiting their products and services throughout the event.  The two conference dinners have been formatted to help attendees better network and make new connections throughout the evenings.

More information, including details of the speakers’ presentations as well as registration will soon be available the 2014 AIMS Conference website.

The Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors National Conference 2014 will be held on Wednesday 13 August to Friday 15 August 2014 at the Hotel Novotel Sydney, Brighton Beach.

Name: AIMS National Conference 2014
Time: 9am – 5pm
Date: 13 August 2014 to 15 August 2014
Venue: Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach
Address: The Grand Parade, Brighton-Le-Sands NSW 2216
Cost: Members: $550-$1100 Non-members: $650-$1300
Event Website: http://www.aimsbrighton2014.com/

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