The technology aims to help regional police officers access more information in order to be able to deal with criminal matters speedily, and to find at-risk missing persons.
I haven’t spent a lot of time with a bunch of 15-year-olds since I was one so a recent trip to Chevron’s Wheatstone gas plant near Onslow in the Pilbara with a planeload of them was instructive.
The Premier and Deputy Premier stole the show at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre during a whirlwind inspection of the two dozen installations by the world’s biggest resources companies.
Ben Harvey and Luke McPherson
WA Premier Mark McGowan has hailed Perth’s Resources Technology Showcase as an amazing insight into industry and how technology will keep West Aussies in the driver’s seat.
Hedland Senior High School student John Paul Paningbatan Jr was flown more than 1600km so he could see this year’s Resources Technology Showcase in Perth, courtesy of the Welshpool Rotary Club.
Rio Tinto has used the Resources Technology Showcase 2021 to unveil a new advancement in automation at its Gudai-Darri iron ore mine in the Pilbara.
Stuart McKinnon and Luke McPherson
UWA will delve into ‘the world beyond recycling’ at the Resources Technology Showcase, with program chair for environmental engineering Professor Anas Ghadouani discussing the ways we use waste.
Dynamic duo Supersonic Science will amaze as they demonstrate the shift from fossil fuel energy sources to green energy alternatives and the positive benefits the changes can have.
A warm welcome is assured for school children at this year’s Resources Technology Showcase.
For those who have always wanted to fly a real-life helicopter, the ERGT activation at the Resources Technology Showcase will allow you to experience the next best thing.
Luke McPherson and Amelia Searson
Perth company Sentient has developed a virtual reality game called ‘Extreme Rock Breaker’ which you play at this year’s Resources Technology Showcase at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Get a hands-on experience controlling a fleet of autonomous haul trucks as if you were really working for a mining company at this year’s Resources Technology showcase.
Visitors to this year’s Resources Technology Showcase will be treated to a chance to experience the Mobile CUT Mine, a miniature simulator you’d swear was the real thing.
Out with the old and in with the gold — this year’s Resources Technology Showcase activation from the Gold Industry Group will have shining prizes and activities on offer.
Telstra has brought back the ever-popular dancing robots to the Resources Technology Showcase this year — and even added an aquarium to the mix.
The families of the mining and energy workers who are the backbone of WA’s economy today got a glimpse of life in a resources company — and it was surprising and counter-intuitive.
From virtual reality to motorised bicycle races, students and teachers from public schools across WA will show off the fun ways they are learning science, technology, engineering and maths.
Trainees are learning to operate the big kit that will work the pits at Rio Tinto’s new Gudai-Darri iron ore project in the Pilbara even before first ore has been dug, thanks to simulation technology.
Students from Perth’s Woodvale Secondary College yesterday got an up-close look at Northern Star’s KCGM operations, including the Super Pit, after winning a competition.
Students will have the chance to win their school a share of $25,000 by collecting coupons in Saturday editions of The West Australian over the next four weeks.
Collingwood Street in Osborne Park is a pretty standard looking road in a pretty standard looking industrial area. But inside one of these nondescript buildings is Chironix — a tech-lover’s dream.
Jaw-dropping augmented reality, astonishing robotics, world-leading drone engineering and remote operations centres that NASA envies — it’s all coming to Perth and it’s all completely free.
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