Post 3 of 3 in a series on Open Group Models and Mining Scrolls

(They are quite short – to suit a miner’s attention span) MineRP Survey & Reconciliation Protocol Now for something completely different! The Exploration and Mining Business Process Model (see post 1 of this series) also lends itself to visualizing other important mining perspectives including a single planning process (see post 2 of this series) and now a reconciliation information flow. Put together two surveyors, an engineer and a miner with 150 years’ experience between them and you can get one of these. It’s not a process map but an information flow in the form of another ‘scroll’; usefully colour coded by multi-discipline involvement. Besides providing some useful clarity for getting r

Post 2 of 3 in a series on Open Group Models and Mining Scrolls

(They are quite short – to suit a miner’s attention span) MineRP Planning Protocol But wait, there’s more! We all have to deal with mine planning for different planning horizons and levels of detail but MineRP has combined some historical effort in defining a single process for mine planning with the updated Exploration and Mining Business Process Reference Model (see post 1 of this series). The MineRP Planning Protocol or ‘scroll’ is the result. Planning starts with collection of geological data, passes through mine design and scheduling, allowing for more multi-disciplinary technical inputs like engineering and metallurgy as well as commercial interests all the way to being able to express

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