Global mining technology leader MineWare is enabling new levels of real-time, short interval control by closing the feedback loop between mine planning, scheduling and operations.
MineWare CEO Andrew Jessett will be on stage at the Future of Mining Conference in Sydney, from 14-15 May, to discuss how greater system integration and continuous feedback can maximise productivity and predictability of the mining and extraction processes.
This environment delivers greater integration and feedback between planning and operations for continual improvement
In the lead up to the Future of Mining Conference, Andrew said full integration between mining operations systems, planning and scheduling packages, is critical for optimising the end-to-end mining process and value chain.
“This environment delivers greater integration and feedback between planning and operations for continual improvement,” he said.
“For the mine, this maximises productivity through greater control, flexibility and predictability of the mining and extraction processes.”
Sharing practical examples and applications, Andrew will demonstrate how mining companies today can now compare their planned production activities against what is actually happening in their mine in real-time to yield improved productivity outcomes, predictability and reduce their cost per tonne.
Andrew will present on Monday 14 May at 11:30am in the Composite Room, Ground Floor.
To schedule a 1:1 meeting or media interview with Andrew contact Renee Abbott
on +61 419 802 386 today.
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