Publication: Short Interval Control Monitoring Improves Mine Planning in Large-Scale Open-Pit Operation

In open-pit mining operational processes are supported by various technologies, sensors, systems, equipment, and personnel, which can lead to silos that hinder a comprehensive view of parameter changes and coordination in decision making due to the level of information managed by each actor.

This English and Spanish case study, presented by TIMining discusses how they worked with a large-scale open-pit mining operation to identify the level of correlation between short interval control (SIC) methodology and a process indicator.

With the implementation of SIC and the support of TIMining’s technology, a pathway to more accurate and efficient planning was enabled, facilitating informed and real-time decision-making. Additionally, it enabled an opportunity to improve operational management and achieving mine planning objectives.

Read the case study in English here.

Read the case study in Spanish here.