To continue driving optimal operations efficiency, mine operators require better visibility and management of mine to mill operation, adopting an ongoing focus on continuous improvement innovation. This requires a significant amount of technology, systems and information, including source data related to the real-time and historical performance of mobile mining equipment.
Standard definitions and increased data access will enable comparison and benchmarking of equipment and operating performance. By understanding reporting needs, users can create a better understanding of the data needed for the operation and management of the mine and provide clarity between users and suppliers of data.
Develop a common vision for unfettered data access through the work of the Mobile Equipment Open Data, Operational KPIs and Definitions and Data Exchange for Mine Software subcommittees.
11 09, 2017The report details the challenges associated with manipulating and transferring 3D images and contains recommended next steps for developing an Open Mining Format (OMF) which would help solve challenges, reduce ...
05 30, 2017The sub-committee is interviewing multiple industry stakeholders with varying types and levels of interaction with current 3D file formats and applications.
04 26, 2017The sub-committee is looking for stakeholder volunteers to take part in interviews for “Current State” use cases
01 06, 2017December 2016: The sub-committee has completed the scoping phase of the project and has now moved on to the design specification and prototyping phase. The next phase involves documentation, example files, ...
09 22, 2015December 2016: The Data Access and Usage (DAU) Working Group has begun the process of developing a second version of the Mobile Equipment Open Data guideline. Created as a consensus between ...
09 22, 2015The Data Access and Usage Working Group (DAU) has begun the review process of its Operational KPIs Guideline. Currently, the guideline is being reviewed by sub-committee and will be entering ...