The 30th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction and Mining

  • Dates:
    Aug 11 - 15, 2013
  • Hours:
    From 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Location:
    Palais des Congrès de Montréal
  • Event Type:
    Symposium

Organized By

Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM)

Contact Information

Lise Bujold
Director
Canadian Institute of Mining,Metallurgy and Petroleum www.cim.org Director: Lise Bujold (1.514.939.2710, ext. 1308) Coordinator: Chantal Murphy (1.514.939.2710, ext. 1309)
lbujold@cim.org
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Symposium and Proceedings

Papers presented at ISARC reflect the global community with specific concern for all fields of construction, civil and building engineering, machine automation, robotics applications to construction, information technologies, planning, logistics, etc. The ISARCs have yielded already over 1,000 peer-reviewed papers bound into proceedings. Together these form a compelling illustration of how ARC developments continue to march towards the market place.

Contributions from all continents at ISARC provide the major platform for delegates to exchange views and information and discuss how they might work together on new projects.

 

The ISARC technical presentations will be grouped under these 4 streams:

. Information Technology Applications

. Sensing

. Robotics and Hardware Automation

. Robotics and Automation in Mining

 

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Symposium and Proceedings

Papers presented at ISARC reflect the global community with specific concern for all fields of construction, civil and building engineering, machine automation, robotics applications to construction, information technologies, planning, logistics, etc. The ISARCs have yielded already over 1,000 peer-reviewed papers bound into proceedings. Together these form a compelling illustration of how ARC developments continue to march towards the market place.

Contributions from all continents at ISARC provide the major platform for delegates to exchange views and information and discuss how they might work together on new projects.

 

The ISARC technical presentations will be grouped under these 4 streams:

. Information Technology Applications

. Sensing

. Robotics and Hardware Automation

. Robotics and Automation in Mining