MineSight’s Underground Tools


Last week, I came across this tweet (below) by MineSight, now owned by Hexagon (I blogged about this acquisition a while back), on their underground mining tools. I found it very interesting. I wish I could provide a detailed review … Continue reading

What should we expect with the “gamification” of mine planning?


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This week’s edition of Mining Journal reports on the unveiling of Runge Pincock Minarco‘s yet-to-be-released mine planning tool Xecute at last month’s SAP Mining & Metals Forum in Darmstadt, Germany. Runge’s CEO Mr. Richard Mathews gave the Forum’s attendees  a … Continue reading