Since we can not meet in person at these beloved events we welcome you to join us in the online conversations about progressing mining.
Our spring presentations with CIM and METS will highlight how to use data from the primary crusher. It is a reliable and continuous proxy for blast performance and predicts mill throughput. Tracking 'crushability' optimizes blasting and blending. Integrating geology, D&B, ore control, haulage, and primary crusher data in cloud-based software enables the right insights at the right time to alter plans according to incoming geology.
METS Tech Talk Webinar
Man and Machine - Leveraging Data for Business Value
7:30PM, May 26th (Vancouver time)
12:30PM, May 27th (Sydney time)
Crushability: Existing Data that Optimizes Blasting and Blending to Maximize Throughput
with Steven Putt
Missed the webinar?
You can still watch the whole webinar on Austmine, or check out Steven's 5 minute portion above.
CIM Academy Webinars
Replacing CIM Vancouver Conference
Release Times TBD, stay tuned
How to Implement, Utilize, and Upscale A Digitized Orebody: having one is just the beginning
with Thor Kallestad
Data-Driven Reconciliation: Integrating Drill and Blast with Truck Fleet and the Mill
with Steven Putt
Thor is a former Schlumberger Anadrill Field Engineer. He has worked extensively on the North Slope, in the North Sea and offshore Africa, in addition to numerous other locations. He spent the bulk of his oilfield career on rigs, drilling several high profile wells and conducting field tests on new equipment. Upon leaving Schlumberger, Thor worked as a drill site manager and led corporate development and commercial efforts for an E&P startup. He has a Petroleum Engineering Diploma from Heriot-Watt University and an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley.
Director of Mining Software Solutions
Steven has optimized the blasting gamut; from blast technology, drill to mill, high precision blasting, and advanced vibration control. He uses his Mining and Minerals Engineering degree to it's full extent with a passion for data management. His career began with BHP, developing processes to track equipment and material. He has experience with Dyno Nobel, Rio Tinto, Kinross, Orica, Barrick, Newmont, ArcelorMittal, and AngloAmerican. Steven has worked at over 40 mines across North America and Australia.