Micromine is used by many Canadian operations. Alistair Barrett, Mapping Manager at Great Panther Silver Limited, a primary silver exploration and mining company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, said "With Micromine's support, we have been able to improve efficiencies in the exploration process. I don't believe the company would be where it is today without Micromine alongside us. It has assisted Great Panther to become a more efficient operation, with structured work practices and methodologies."
Implicit Modelling - Using Micromine 2013's new Implicit Modelling module, it is effortless to create and visualize the most complex wireframes. The Implicit Modelling module uses industry-standard radial basis (RBFs) to model grade shells, lithology boundaries, faults and surfaces. These wireframes are readily displayed in Vizex, Micromine's 3D environment, and are a valuable tool for finalizing geological interpretations.
Stratigraphic Modelling - Micromine 2013 incorporates Seam Block Models (SBM) along with the associated seam modelling workflow. Seam modelling tools simplify the creation of SBMs, including splits, plies, overburden and interburden, even in stratigraphically complex areas. Micromine's revolutionary stratigraphy display helps validate and visualise complex seam hierarchy. Additionally, Micromine's stratigraphic modelling tools honour the original data, with smart tools that handle seam pinching and missing holes, producing a geologically correct model.
Rotated block models - Micromine 2013 supports rotated block models, which are models with axes that are not parallel to the coordinate system. One, two, and three dimension rotations are supported. Orientating the block to match the orebody means they are a better fit with reality, producing a small model and saving processing time and disk space. It also makes more geological sense and is closely aligned with modern reporting requirements to confirm continuity of grade and geology.
Python scripting - Due to increasingly complex mining processes and diverse user needs, a more sophisticated automation tool has been introduced within Micromine 2013, the Python programming language. With comprehensive mathematical tools, Python is one of the easiest programming languages to learn. Through Python, users can create their own solution while retaining Micromine's ease-of-use.
Geobank 2013 includes a variety of new and enhanced features and benefits designed to improve data security, data accuracy and reliability, and reporting capabilities, facilitating increased data confidence.
Geobank is a flexible, reliable and secure data management solution specific to the resource industry. The application provides a solution for the entire mining process by offering a framework for data capture, manipulation, synchronisation, validation, geological information, drillhole management, Quality Assurance and reporting.
Geobank Product Manager, Steve Bastick, said MICROMINE's Geobank Development Team has worked tirelessly over the past two years to develop new functionality that will further benefit our clients and the industry at large, and he provides an overview of the new features.
"Geobank 2013 includes a new Advanced Reporting module designed to ensure all clients' reporting requirements are achieved through the ability to configure, store and run complex reports. Major features include charting, data-binding, master-detail reports, sub-reports and a fully featured graphical end-user chart designer."
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