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Operational Mine Analytics
A tactical approach for realists
Mark Spry – CEO Pulse Mining Systems
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Industry outlook…
After a steep fall in gold and silver prices in
2013, iron ore, coal, and copper followed
suit in 2014. Fundamentals such as growing
supply from new low-cost projects, a
stronger US dollar, weak global demand,
and credit restrictions in China have pushed
prices
of
these
commodities
into
a
“technical graveyard.” …
Rick Carr, Deloitte 2015 Outlook on Mining
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The 3rd wave of cost cutting is underway…
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Innovation is the new key to survival
Deloitte – Tracking the Trends 2015
“ …embracing autonomous mining solutions by working closely with vendors,
and leveraging data analytics to increase productivity.”
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20% of technology projects fail outright,
40% of those that remain are “challenged”:
 Large technology projects are 10 times more
likely to fail outright…
 After project size, the most important success
factor is having a committed executive.
Between 70% to 80% of corporate business intelligence projects fail.
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Getting it right
1. Technology
 Technology choice
 Proven products over tool-sets
 Integration – never simple
2. Uptake
 Senior Support
 End-user involvement
 Think big, test small, scale fast
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OEM Report:
 Shows now – not historical information
 Reports on 1 piece of equipment
 No organisational, financial or
production context
 No benchmarking against budget,
forecast or best practice
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Enterprise Dashboard: at a glance mine performance with interactive ability to drill down on
problem areas to find root cause and take action for meaningful improvement.
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Top 10 panel delays: analysis and insight vs information.
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Mining Statistics: out of the box analytics but using customer metrics specific to mining process.
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Availability and Utilisation: complex analysis, but simple drill through to understand trends and
sensitivities.
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Availability and Utilisation Activities: breakdown of critical activity durations based on Availability
and Utilisation definitions.
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Activities Analytics: detailed analytics exploration tool for understanding where time is being
spent and what the leading causes of downtime are, where they occur, etc.
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Longwall Sites: drill through to site-based analysis to target specific roles in organisation.
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Longwall Sites: drill through to site-based analysis to target specific roles in organisation.
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Enterprise Dashboard: Guided Analysis, Discovery, Diagnosis, Action.
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Pulse Mining Analytics mission statement…
Assist our mining clients to discover the value
inherent in their existing data, leading to
actionable (operational) insights.
“I have been trying to get hold of this
data for 20 years… and you just provided
it in 40 seconds.”
CFO, Whitehaven Coal
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In time, operational excellence will likely hinge on an organisation’s
ability to effectively interpret the massive stores of data it collects.
Deloitte, Tracking the Trends 2015
Visit our booth at B8 for live demonstration
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Questions…
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