Sensors in harm's way, not people - how putting people first can aid machine learning success.
Date & Time
Wednesday, November 10, 2021, 4:00 PM
Alex Bertram

Whether it’s automated haulage, decarbonisation, robotics, remote work or machine learning, we want to connect the best and most creative minds to the opportunities and challenges we face as an industry, and change the very nature of the way we work.

We believe that the ingenuity and energy that exists in the METS sector unlocks potential for companies like us, our peers and partners, and ultimately the nation. As an industry, we must continue to work on the new ideas and solutions to make what we do better every day.

Over the past two years, we've been working together with the METS sector and with the women and men on the front line of our operations to improve safety outcomes across our mobile maintenance teams - developing Dash Tools (

In this session, we'll share our journey and lessons learnt from our work on elimination of live work with Dash Tools - putting sensors in harm's way, not people - and how they can be applied to Machine Learning challenges.