Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Minemax Releases Improved iGantt 5.1.0
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Minemax Releases Improved iGantt 5.1.0

Minemax is pleased to announce the release of iGantt 5.1.0, the latest version of our easy-to-use open-pit and underground production scheduling tool. This release incorporates a number of functionality enhancements based on customer feedback, improving efficiency and reporting capabilities for users.

In particular, iGantt 5.1.0 enhancements include automated surface radial precedence generation, advanced reporting, improvements to 3D visualization and Gantt charts, and general bug fixes. In addition, resource levelling is now available for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

Let’s look at the benefits of two of these new enhancements in more detail.

The manual creation of horizontal precedences on large benches can be time consuming and this is where iGantt 5.1.0 helps improve efficiency by using automated surface radial precedence generation. It is extremely easy to select a starting point in the 3D view and let iGantt generate precedences in one automated step.

iGantt 5.1.0 features improved reports which allow you to determine minimum and maximum attribute values per time period, and are particularly useful for cut-off and cut-over grade analysis. The improved reports also enable you to count activities and unique attribute values that match selected conditions, making advanced analysis and reporting processes even simpler.

The new version is now available for download for all maintained users.

If you would like to see the improved iGantt 5.1.0 in action or discuss your specific situation, do not hesitate to contact us.

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