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5 Ways to Improve a Supportive Work Culture for Employees Away from Home

When working on mines or in similar circumstances, the long stretches away from home and family can be the most detrimental element to employee morale. Usually the isolation is worse

MICROMINE HQ hosted the Moscow Geobank Development Lead

Last week MICROMINE HQ hosted the Moscow Geobank Development Lead, Pavel Yakovlev. “We are expanding the Geobank development team here in Perth and over in Moscow so we felt it

Mixed Reality In Mining: MICROMINE And Hologroup Presented Holographic Solutions At Mining World Russia

HoloGroup participated at Mining World Russia in partnership with MICROMINE. The team used Micromine 2016 to demonstrate the synergies made possible with the Microsoft HoloLens application in the mining industry. Conference delegates

Geobank Product Strategy Manager, Mark Gabbitus’ Key Takeaways from WCSB8 in Perth

This week I had the opportunity to attend the 8th World Conference of Sampling and Blending in Perth and I thought I’d share my thoughts and takeaways from the event.

MICROMINE attends the 8th World Conference on Sampling and Blending in Perth

The 8th World Conference on Sampling and Blending (WCSB8) will be held in Perth, Australia, on 9–11 May 2017, and follows on from previous very successful conferences held in Denmark (WCSB1),

Introduction to Micromine – April 11-12, Perth

Are you new to Micromine, or haven’t used it in a while? Our Perth office is offering a two-day Introductory course that will get you started. Covering the basics of

Geobank Product Strategy Manager, Mark Gabbitus visits Russia

  Author: Mark Gabbitus Geobank Product Strategy Manager Visiting Moscow in June or July - sure thing but early March in Moscow is too cold for a Perth boy. Ok,

Join Us for the First Annual Micromine User Conference Central Asia (Kazakhstan)

  Micromine User Conferences Micromine User Conference Russia - 2016 Every year, we hold a user conference in Russia to meet our Micromine users, tell them

Open Pit Mine Planning and Design – A guide to using Open Pit data in Micromine’s Scheduler – Part 2

Part 1 identifies, how a user can prepare their mine designs for open pit scheduling. Part 2, will address Micromine’s simple and intuitive workflow for setting up a scheduler project.

Planning ahead in Micromine 2016

With the introduction of the new scheduling workflow in Micromine 2016, the latest version of MICROMINE’s exploration and 3D mine design solution, users now have powerful tools available to create

Open Pit Mine Planning and Design – A guide to using Open Pit data in Micromine’s Scheduler – Part 1

Micromine 2016 scheduler is an attribute driven tool that uses 3D solid wireframes to create mining tasks. Before creating a scheduling project, an engineer must prepare their data so that

Top 12 Micromine 2016 enhancements as voted by users

It’s been five months since we released Micromine 2016, and in that time many people have used the smiley and frowny face icons on the Micromine toolbar to tell us

A Comprehensive Guide to Saving Screenshots in Micromine

Isn’t it great to be able to save screenshots of Micromine views, without relying on Alt+PrintScreen? You set up the view, click the Generate Screenshot button on the View toolbar,

Micromine 2016 Feature Highlight – Scheduling and Optimisation

“The new scheduling workflow has been developed so users with little to no level of scheduling experience can take advantage of the intuitive tools to prepare mine plans.” Andrew Esmaili, Micromine

Implementing the Pitram Mine Control System

Implementing MICROMINE’s Pitram Solution at the Cayeli Bakir Isletmeleri mine in Turkey demonstrated the benefits of having a Mine Control System in place. Taking Control of your Mine Having the

Micromine 2016 Feature Highlight – Drillhole Planning

Plan better drillholes with Micromine 2016 Drillhole planning in Micromine previously focused on generating a pattern of drillhole collars in plan view. Drilling directions, inclinations and depths could be approximated