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Reimagining Digital Mining Webinar Series: Visualising Mining Operations
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Reimagining Digital Mining Webinar Series: Visualising Mining Operations

The first step to an optimised operation is having full visibility over past, current and projected performance.

The METS sector has introduced a range of innovations, including virtual and augmented reality, data analytics software, machine learning & artificial intelligence, digital simulation and prescriptive maintenance practices.

This webinar focuses on the use of these technologies to create a connected, wholistic view of the mining operation. 

Topics explored will include:

  • What to do with your data – collecting and leveraging the right information

  • A view for the future – advanced visualisation and predictive analytics

  • Taking it to the next level – technologies coming down the pipeline 


Digital Twins to Optimise Mine Operations

Emmanuel Blanchard, Senior Application Engineer, MathWorks

The digitisation of mining is evolving at a faster pace than ever before, which has increased the value of up-to-date representations of actual physical assets in operation, also called Digital Twins. They can be used to evaluate the current condition of the asset, and more importantly, predict future behaviour.

Digital twin models are commonly used in several areas, such as operations optimization, predictive maintenance, anomaly detection, and fault isolation. Learn how to embrace this innovation from MathWorks - labelled a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms.

Highlights include:

  • An overview of different modelling methods to create a Digital Twin
  • How Baker Hughes reduced pump equipment costs and downtime
  • How Stellenbosch University determined the economic impact of faults in mills
  • How PTTEP optimized gas field production and automated generation of production forecasts

Visualisation and Tracking for your Underground Operations 

Mark Palmer, General Manager Product Management & Marketing, MST Global

In 2020 the mining industry has access to an overwhelming amount of data. And what we do with that data and how we best interpret it, provides information that can create a significant impact. The underground environment presents a multitude of complexities that are not experienced on the surface. Access to a reliable network, daylight, quality air and even the ability to look out and see with your own eyes where your people are. When you’re underground that all changes. At MST we have developed your eyes and ears underground with HELIX 3DConnect. Our 3D Visualisation software provides you with multiple mine and site views, tracking of your personnel and equipment in real-time and instant messaging all from the one view. 

Imagine Sustainable Innovation - Why Visualisation is Key

Stephan Arndt, Global Senior Process Consultant GEOVIA, Dassault Systemes

How do our brains keep up with the flood of information in today’s world? What feels like a challenge in everyday life to us already is unavoidably linked to significant value and business risks in mine operations. Virtual Twins have been used in other industries with enormous success to bring analytics, visualisation and simulation to complex environments, from aerospace to medical, from manufacturing to energy, as examples. The mining industry is working hard to replicate this success in its own, very unique environment. This means our skills are challenged to move from just a ‘structured understanding’ to a new level of creativity. How we see things and interact with things matters in this journey. Example applications include 3D Stockpiles, Geology & Analytics, Plant Referentials and Virtual Reality.


Wednesday 19 August, 12:30 - 1:30pm AEST/10:30-11:30am AWST

Use the link above to register.

Contact if you need assistance with registration or if you would like to nominate to speak on a this webinar. 


About Austmine’s Reimagining Digital Mining Series

Austmine is looking ahead to what is next for mining’s transformation in our new Reimagining Digital Mining webinar series.

The digital age of mining is here and it is creating unprecedented change in how we operate. It is no longer an ambitious or aspirational goal for the mining industry to consider innovations such as autonomous equipment, data simulation, predictive modelling and hi-tech robotics, but it has become the norm, as operations around the world initiate these levers to drive greater value for their organisations.

Yet while the step change from digital is clear to see, we have not yet grasped its full potential for mining.

This webinar series explores what lies ahead for mining’s digital revolution, providing expert insights about the next wave of emerging technologies, driving value from existing systems and bringing it together for an optimised, connected enterprise.


Austmine’s Reimagining Digital Mining Series Schedule: 

19 August: Visualising Mining Operations

8 September: Integration and Interoperability

20 October: Automation in Action

18 November: What’s Next in our Digital Future?   

9 December: The Age of the Robots 

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