This project aims develop standard definitions and terminology for production data and operational KPIs for reporting and classifying operational activities. It classifies activities into a Time Usage Model (TUM).
This guideline aims to establish guiding principles, definitions, and a consensus framework for access to onboard data from mobile equipment across the mine cycle. The first version was published in 2016, and version two will address incomplete datasets and additional types of mobile equipment.
Software vendors and mining companies working to create an open source file interchange to allow transfer of geometric objects and other attributed data. They have created the Open Mining Format (OMF) for easily transferred 3D data.
This guideline will be a roadmap for the adoption of Short Interval Control (SIC), a process that allows mining supervisors to manage tasks throughout a single shift more efficiently, enabling real-time feedback on completed and outstanding work.
This project is a five-document guideline suite designed to assist improved communication and network infrastructure underground. It focuses on planning, development, and sustainability in an underground environment.
The Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) project explores the unique challenges and opportunities BEVs present for the mining industry. The first edition of the guideline outlined the recommended practice for the use of BEVs in an underground mining environment. Version 2 considers new technologies and fills in gaps.