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Short Interval and Real-Time Control Workshop, Reception in Toronto

GMSG, CMIC and Business Sweden Co-Host Important Event

TORONTO Sept.13, 2017- Global Mining Standards and Guidelines Group (GMSG), the Canada Mining Innovation Council (CMIC) and Business Sweden in Toronto (BuS) are co-hosting a Short Interval Control (SIC) and Real-Time Control (RTC) workshop.

The workshop will be the first in-person meeting since the guideline project was launched by GMSG and CMIC. The event is an interactive forum designed to define at a high level what will be included in a SIC and RTC guideline, with participants presenting information from their fields of expertise.

The project was first proposed to GMSG’s Underground Mining Working Group following a meeting with CMIC’s Underground Mining committee. It follows the success of the Battery Electric Vehicle joint venture between CMIC and GMSG. The digital transformation of underground mines hold significant industry stakeholder interest, and STC and RTC are an example of rapidly evolving technologies on which mining companies need guidance to effectively implement.

“The upcoming workshop focusing on SIC and RTC will provide a great opportunity to take the next step toward digitalization of underground mines, which is part of both the Swedish and Canadian mining technology roadmaps,” says Christian Orrego Silvander, Consultant and Mining Industry Advisor, BuS. “This is in line with BuS’s continued ambition of establishing a closer collaboration between the Swedish and Canadian mining industries and shaping the future of digitalized underground mines.”

The goal of SIC and RTC is to implement processes that allow mining supervisors to better manage tasks throughout a single shift, enable real-time feedback on completed and outstanding work. Several mining companies have implemented some aspects of SIC and RTC, but there is also a lack of independent guidance on how to proceed. The guideline will provide a roadmap to implementation in underground mines.

“The guideline will be an important asset for underground mining companies looking to improve their time management and cost-efficiency,” says Heather Ednie, Managing Director of GMSG. “Stakeholder interest in this project has already been quite strong and we expect that interest to grow once the plan is defined.”

A meet-and-greet networking reception will be held the evening prior to the workshop. Participants can enjoy beer, wine and appetizers while connecting with peers before the workshop day.

Due to the high degree of interest in this workshop, companies have been asked to limit their enrollment to a single person up until the final week before the event. Companies that have yet to register should do so before attendance opens more widely on Friday September 15, 2017.

A follow-up workshop will take place at the BuS headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, on December 6-7, 2017.

SIC AND RTC WORKSHOP
DATE: Thursday September 21, 2017
TIME: 9:00am-4:00pm EST
LOCATION: Miller Thompson, Scotia Plaza 40 King St West. Suite 5800, Toronto

NETWORKING RECEPTION
DATE: Wednesday September 20, 2017
TIME: 6:00pm-8:00pm EST
LOCATION: Business Sweden in Toronto, 2 Bloor St west, Suite 2120, Toronto

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Heather Ednie
Managing Director, GMSG
hednie@globalminingstandards.org

About GMSG: Global Mining Standards and Guidelines Group (GMSG) is a non-profit organization established to oversee the development of guidelines designed to be supported and used by mining stakeholders to improve the safety, operational, environmental, and financial performance of the mining industry. Through our Future Mining Forum series and hands-on workshops, GMSG facilitates open collaboration between mining industry leaders to create solutions for common industry problems.

About CMIC: The Canada Mining Innovation Council (CMIC) has been identified and is widely recognized as the umbrella organization to coordinate innovation in the mining industry. We are a national non-profit organization that coordinates and develops projects and programs in response to life of mine challenges defined by its industry members. Our members include mineral exploration and mining companies and their service providers, working together towards common solutions to common challenges.

About Business Sweden: Business Sweden’s (BuS) purpose is to help Swedish companies reach full international potential and foreign companies to invest and expand in Sweden. We offer our customers strategic advice and hands on support. BuS is owned by the Swedish Government and industry, a partnership that provides access to contacts and networks at all levels. BuS was founded on the first of January 2013 by a merger of the Swedish Trade Council (Exportrådet) and Invest in Sweden.

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Lydia Engholm

Trade Commissioner Toronto Trade Commissioner, Toronto
+1 647 971 8152
E-post lydia.engholm@business-sweden.se
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Christian Orrego Silvander

Consultant, Mining Industry Advisor Consultant, Mining Industry Advisor
+1 416 922 8152
E-post Christian.OrregoSilvander@business-sweden.se