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Data-Driven Reconciliation: Integrating Drill and Blast with Truck Fleet and the Mill
CIM ACADEMY. Putt S. 07/23/20; 308793 Topic: Innovation & Technology
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Learn how tying downstream performance data to upstream rock properties identifies bottlenecks and optimization opportunities from the drill to the mill. Find out what a digital twin is and how having a virtual copy of your entire production operation can help teams exceed their production goals.
 
When the right data is integrated, and properly analyzed, it forecasts the geologic profile of material headed to the mill. These insights, at the right time, allow operations to prepare accordingly and optimize mill throughput. Rock properties and their behavior at each stage is hidden inside databases. Steven will present which data streams should be accessed to meet certain goals and what feedback loops are critical to efficiently meeting those goals.
 
Steven will also go through why processing and cleaning drilling data to inform production actions is important and incredibly difficult. He will offer examples of systems that can aid data efforts, results from not having the data, and results from having easy access to the data. Working at over 40 mines, and being a beginner to data analysis himself, Steven will walk through challenges frequently seen, steps to take to overcome them, and what's to come for the future of geologists, drill and blast engineers, planners, and more.

 
Learn how tying downstream performance data to upstream rock properties identifies bottlenecks and optimization opportunities from the drill to the mill. Find out what a digital twin is and how having a virtual copy of your entire production operation can help teams exceed their production goals.
 
When the right data is integrated, and properly analyzed, it forecasts the geologic profile of material headed to the mill. These insights, at the right time, allow operations to prepare accordingly and optimize mill throughput. Rock properties and their behavior at each stage is hidden inside databases. Steven will present which data streams should be accessed to meet certain goals and what feedback loops are critical to efficiently meeting those goals.
 
Steven will also go through why processing and cleaning drilling data to inform production actions is important and incredibly difficult. He will offer examples of systems that can aid data efforts, results from not having the data, and results from having easy access to the data. Working at over 40 mines, and being a beginner to data analysis himself, Steven will walk through challenges frequently seen, steps to take to overcome them, and what's to come for the future of geologists, drill and blast engineers, planners, and more.

 
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