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MICROMINE Showcases its Mining Solutions at MINExpo 2016

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – 26 September 2016: MICROMINE, the leading provider of intuitive software solutions to the mining and exploration industry, will showcase its advanced mining solutions at MINExpo 2016, held 26 – 28 September 2016 in Las Vegas. MICROMINE will preview to Geobank 2017, the latest versions of our leading data management solution, along with Micromine 2016 which was released in May of this year and Pitram, the world’s leading underground fleet management and mine control solution. The MICROMINE team is located at Booth 1079.

Held once every four years, MINExpo is regarded as the world’s largest mining supplier conference. This year’s event is located at the Las Vegas Convention Centre and will be attended by 18,000 exhibitors whose products, services and technologies serve the mining sector. More than 40,000 delegates are anticipated.

MICROMINE’s mining experts will showcase the capabilities of the company’s leading mine control and management reporting solution, Pitram. Pitram manages and processes mine site data in real-time. As a scalable solution, it is suitable for open pit and underground mine construction and production.

MICROMINE North America Manager, Dallas Areaneda, explains “Pitram records data related to equipment, personnel and materials, providing an overall view of the current mine status and increasing clients’ control over their operations. Greater control allows operations to increase production, reduce costs, and improve safety and business intelligence capabilities”.

Another site benefiting from Pitram is Cayeli Bakir Isletmeri (CBI), an underground copper and zinc mine located on the Black Sea coast of north-eastern Turkey.

CBI Mine Manager, Phil Jay, comments “Since its implementation, Pitram has assisted CBI to double the number of mine activities achieving targets. Of the mine activities monitored, there has been a 10% average increase in productivity”.

Micromine 2016, released to the Australian and International mining communities earlier this year, is MICROMINE’s leading exploration and 3D mine design solution which allows users to capture, manage and interpret critical data.

Micromine 2016 provides explorers with an in-depth understanding of their project so prospective regions can be targeted more effectively, increasing the chance of a project’s success. Miners are provided easy-to-use modelling, estimation and design tools to simplify day-to-day production tasks.

With over 420 new and enhanced features specific to both exploration and mining have been introduced within Micromine 2016 to satisfy all users, from GIS specialists and geologists through to mine engineers.

Key highlights include new dynamic field expressions can be used anywhere you would use a file field as input, new 3D PDF output produces interactive PDFs with layer control and interactive rotate, pan, zoom, measure, full Windows 10 Certification and new Maximum Intensity Projection (MIP) display option for Vizex Point layer.

Geobank 2017, contains 337 items including 50 improvements and new features.

Key enhancements and features include; quality improvements, including fixes to graphic report bar chart annotation, connector, legends, search and design sheet display, response speed improved when LAS or general imports are cancelled, slow performance has been addressed in variety of places, issues with column settings and decimal places for exports fixed and fixes to section view alignment in plan view.

Usability with a broad range of usability functionality has been introduced including, data views now support the adding of new rows between existing rows, graphic report logarithmic scales now have versatile display options and alignment or objects in the designed is significantly more intuitive, functionality for Crypkey licence transfer has been added, along with web-based help is now available.

More versatility with whether or not pattern initialisations are applied in data sets and action-type events are available for Excel imports and advanced reports, improvements in how the visual query builder works with parameters.

For further information about MICROMINE’s attendance at MINExpo, visit us at Booth 1079 or visit our website.

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