Intelligent ore delineation: Integrating geosensing and geographical information systems

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Mots clés : Automation;Geosensing tools;Geographical information systems (GIS);Intelligent ore delineation
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Sommaire: The Internet and its related technologies will radically change the way that mines manage and control their maintenance, repair, and operating supply chains. The Internet is creating new distribution channels and offers new technology platforms with significant advantages over more traditional methods. Mines will have to re-evaluate both the strategies and the tactics employed in these areas. Mines will use e-commerce to integrate their maintenance, repair, and operating supply chains. The...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): L.M. Scovell, W.S. Dunbar
Mots clés: L.M. Scovell, H.A. Simons International, Vancouver, British Columbia, and W.S. Dunbar, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia
Numéro: 1042
Volume: 93
Année: 2000
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Sommaire: A brief background on in-situ testing of mine backfill, as well as pressuremeter testing is briefly described, and results from an in-situ testing on paste backfill are presented. A series of self-boring pressuremeter tests were done from the top of a backfilled stope in an underground mine. The tests were conducted along a 20-metre vertical line in the centre of the stope. Some 14 tests were performed along this depth. The instrument used was a Camkometer built by Cam Insitu, Cambridge. The...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): J. Ouellet, S. Servant
Mots clés: Rock mechanics, In-situ testing, Underground mining, Stress testing, Pressuremeters.
Numéro: 1042
Volume: 93
Année: 2000
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Sommaire: Key issues in managing information systems in the minerals industry will likely continue to be those relating to the integration and interoperability of disparate systems. This paper argues that, in order to harness the promised benefits of information technologies, the mining industry should adopt a set of open systems standards to define data formats and protocols for seamless data exchange. This is in direct contrast to the present situation where mining equipment, software and instrument...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): P.F. Knights
Mots clés: Data warehouse, Information systems, Mine management, Open systems.
Numéro: 1042
Volume: 93
Année: 2000
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