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POSITION	
  BASED	
  DECISION	
  SUPPORT	
  SYSTEM	
  
ABOUT	
  MOBILARIS	
  
Commercial	
  Loca:on	
  
Based	
  Services	
  	
  
	
  	
  Helping	
  operators	
  and	
  other	
 ...
Comms	
  Interna:onal	
  designs,	
  deploys	
  and	
  supports	
  fit-­‐for-­‐purpose,	
  performance-­‐
driven	
  communi...
TRANSFORMING	
  POSITIONING	
  INTO	
  BUSINESS	
  VALUE	
  
AIR	
  TRAFFIC	
  CONTROL	
  BEFORE	
  AND	
  NOW	
  
PRODUCTIVITY	
  
NOW	
  IN	
  THE	
  EARLY	
  DAYS	
  
INTRODUCTION	...
IN	
  MINING	
  -­‐	
  A	
  NEW	
  WORLD	
  IS	
  OPENING	
  
PRODUCTIVITY	
  
TIME	
  
•  Produc:vity	
  in	
  mining	
  ...
MINING	
  CHALLENGES	
  
•  Generic	
  
–  Increase	
  efficiency	
  –	
  decrease	
  the	
  cost	
  to	
  produce	
  
one	
...
INCREASED	
  EFFICIENCY	
  
•  It	
  is	
  not	
  unusual	
  that	
  the	
  face	
  u:liza:on	
  in	
  underground	
  mine...
•  From	
  a	
  cost	
  effec:ve	
  deployment	
  and	
  
reuse	
  of	
  exis:ng	
  datacom	
  infrastructure,	
  
Comms	
 ...
NEXT	
  GEN	
  PROCESS	
  AUTOMATION	
  &	
  CONTROL	
  
•  Increase	
  the	
  situa:on	
  awareness	
  in	
  the	
  under...
A	
  NEW	
  DIMENSION	
  TO	
  PERSONAL	
  SAFETY	
  
•  Automate	
  the	
  surveillance	
  of	
  dangerous	
  areas	
  by...
A	
  ROBUST,	
  LOW	
  RISK	
  SOLUTION	
  FOR	
  AUTOMATION	
  
Mobilaris	
  solu:on	
  covers	
  a	
  mul:tude	
  of	
  ...
MINING	
  INTELLIGENCE	
  –	
  FROM	
  PIT	
  TO	
  PORT	
  
MINING	
  INTELLIGENCE	
  –	
  	
  
LEVERAGING	
  ALL	
  STANDARDS	
  ACROSS	
  ALL	
  OPERATIONS	
  
GPS	
  TETRA,	
  LTE...
RFID	
  tags	
  for	
  mass	
  
loca:on	
  of	
  equipment	
  
M2M	
  posi:oning	
  
”I	
  know	
  where	
  I	
  am	
  and...
”I	
  know	
  where	
  I	
  am	
  and	
  now	
  I	
  
see	
  you.	
  I’ll	
  report	
  your	
  	
  
posi:on”	
  
”We	
  se...
MOBILARIS	
  OFFERING	
  
1.  Install	
  Mobilaris	
  Mining	
  Intelligence	
  Solu:on	
  and	
  get	
  
rapid	
  payback...
A	
  MULTITUDE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  
•  A	
  Mining	
  Intelligence	
  Solu:on	
  not	
  only	
  for	
  a	
  
sel...
A	
  MULTITUDE	
  OF	
  VALUE	
  !	
  
Mobilaris	
  Mining	
  
Intelligence	
  MMI	
  RTU	
  	
  
License	
  
BUSINESS	
  ...
ROADMAP	
  
Apr	
   May	
   Jun	
   Jul	
   Aug	
   Sep	
   Oct	
   Nov	
   Dec	
   Jan	
   Feb	
   Mar	
   Apr	
   May	
 ...
A	
  MULTITUDE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  
•  A	
  Mining	
  Intelligence	
  Solu:on	
  not	
  only	
  for	
  
a	
  sel...
SCENARIOS	
  
Where	
  is	
  the	
  
nearest	
  pump?	
  
What	
  is	
  the	
  
shortest	
  route	
  to	
  
Block	
  8-­‐8...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  1(8)	
  
In	
  some	
  mines,	
  the	
  ven:la:on	
  is	
  controlled	
  and	
  setu...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  2(8)	
  
•  A	
  good	
  decision	
  support	
  system	
  transforms	
  data	
  to	
...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  3(8)	
  
•  Traffic	
  management	
  
	
  
–  Improved	
  logis:cs	
  through	
  visua...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  4(8)	
  
•  Guidance	
  when	
  an	
  accident	
  occurs	
  
	
  
–  Specific	
  guid...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  5(8)	
  
•  Geofencing	
  
	
  
–  By	
  making	
  it	
  easy	
  to	
  create	
  per...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  6(8)	
  
•  Mining	
  automa:on	
  is	
  dependent	
  on	
  infrastructure	
  
for	
...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  7(8)	
  
•  Fault	
  repor:ng	
  and	
  planned	
  maintenance	
  
	
  
–  Handheld	...
EXAMPLE	
  OF	
  CUSTOMER	
  VALUE	
  8(8)	
  
•  Naviga:on	
  in	
  the	
  mine	
  for	
  everyone	
  but	
  maybe	
  
sp...
SCENARIO:	
  EFFICIENT	
  COOPERATION	
  
•  Klockan	
  är	
  07:23,	
  Nisse	
  har	
  just	
  
börjat	
  skrota	
  då	
 ...
SCENARIO:	
  EFFICIENT	
  COOPERATION	
  
•  The	
  fault	
  is	
  shown	
  in	
  the	
  
Mining	
  Opera:onal	
  Centre	
...
33	
  
John	
  clicks	
  on	
  ”more	
  info”	
  and	
  
realizes	
  that	
  this	
  maaer	
  needs	
  
aaen:on	
  if	
  n...
34	
  
John	
  gets	
  a	
  good	
  real-­‐:me	
  
overview	
  over	
  the	
  area	
  showing	
  
the	
  posi:on	
  of	
  ...
35	
  
John	
  right-­‐clicks	
  on	
  the	
  alarming	
  
machine	
  and	
  gets	
  more	
  detailed	
  
informa:on	
  
S...
36	
  
Search for
Found items:
Repair personnel
Repair man Id 414 19 mins away
Repair man Id 245 34 mins away
Repair man I...
37	
  
Search for
Found items:
Repair personnel
Repair man Id 414 19 mins away
Repair man Id 245 34 mins away
Repair man I...
SCENARIO:	
  EFFICIENT	
  COOPERATION	
  
•  Thanks	
  to	
  the	
  efficient	
  Mining	
  Opera:onal	
  
Centre	
  system,	...
SCENARIO:	
  PERSONAL	
  SAFETY	
  
•  Time	
  is	
  09:14.	
  In	
  Block	
  5-­‐840	
  
scaling	
  is	
  ongoing	
  when...
40	
  
In	
  the	
  Opera:ons	
  Centre	
  at	
  775,	
  
John	
  gets	
  a	
  cri:cal	
  alarm	
  from	
  the	
  
seismic...
41	
  
Seismiskt	
  alarm:	
  Förhöjd	
  spänning	
  
John	
  seeks	
  more	
  informa:on	
  and	
  
gets	
  automa:cally	...
42	
  
Seismiskt	
  alarm:	
  Förhöjd	
  spänning	
  
John	
  can	
  now	
  see	
  the	
  effect	
  of	
  the	
  
broadcast...
SCENARIO:	
  PERSONAL	
  SAFETY	
  
•  Both	
  Tom	
  and	
  the	
  staff	
  at	
  Mine	
  Control	
  
are	
  happy	
  that...
SCENARIO:	
  TRAFFIC	
  CONTROL	
  
•  In	
  his	
  own	
  view	
  of	
  the	
  mine,	
  Bruce	
  (responsible	
  for	
  a...
45	
  
Bruce	
  reads	
  an	
  alarm	
  	
  from	
  one	
  of	
  
the	
  trucks	
  that	
  has	
  reported	
  a	
  
severe...
46	
  
Now,	
  Bruce	
  sees	
  the	
  truck	
  and	
  
zooms	
  in	
  to	
  get	
  a	
  closer	
  look	
  
47	
  
Enter Alert text
Enter Notification text
Greate	
  Geofence	
  
Place	
  markers	
  
Create	
  Geofence	
  
Submit	...
SCENARIO:	
  TRAFFIC	
  CONTROL	
  
•  Thanks	
  to	
  the	
  Mining	
  Intelligence	
  
System,	
  Bruce	
  could	
  rapi...
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Mobilaris Mining Intelligence is a position-based decision support system that opens up a new world of intelligent underground mining, significantly increasing safety and productivity. It provides superior situational awareness based on real-time positioning and information on vehicles, equipment and personnel together with integration of other information sources, all presented together in 3D.

Mobilaris Mining Intelligence is technology-agnostic; it will seamlessly funnel data from multiple positioning technologies into one decision support system. This allows us to utilize the most cost-efficient technology to locate vehicles, personnel and equipment.

Mobilaris Mining Intelligence is truly an open system; it can be integrated with other applications and systems using Mobilaris API´s.

Built on top of web-technology, Mobilaris Mining Intelligence system can easily be deployed on any kind of PC, tablet or mobile device. It is designed to be used by everyone, on every level and every assignment in and outside the mine.

Mobilaris Mining Intelligence is developed in collaboration with www.LKAB.com and www.Boliden.com and is now used by both companies.

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  1. 1. POSITION  BASED  DECISION  SUPPORT  SYSTEM  
  2. 2. ABOUT  MOBILARIS   Commercial  Loca:on   Based  Services        Helping  operators  and  other  service   providers  generate  revenue  by  rapidly   crea:ng  value  added  services.  Some   examples  are:   Friend  Finder   Family  Finder   Workforce  Finder   Zone  based  billing   Mobile  marke?ng     Public  Safety  Services     Increasing  public  safety  by  delivering   applica:ons  such  as:   Emergency  call  112/911  system   Community  Warning  and     Informa?on  System   Na:onal  Security  and   Law  Enforcement     Helping  authori:es  figh:ng  crime  and   terrorism  by  delivering  Lawful  Intercept   systems   Industrial  Loca:on   Based  Services     Increasing  personal  safety  and   produc?on  efficiency  for  the  industry   •  Established  in  1999,  spin-­‐off  from  Telia  Mobile  and  Telia  Research   •  Mobilaris  launched  the  worlds  first  Loca:on  Based  Services  plaRorm  with  Telia  and   Ericsson  in  2000   •  Present  on  four  con:nents  reaching  more  than  150  million  subscribers   •  Mobilaris  has  a  Partner  and  Global  Distribu:on  Agreement  with  Ericsson   •  Lawful  Intercept  and  Public  safety  services  business  was  established  in  2004   •  Industrial  Loca:on  Based  Services  was  started  in  2011  
  3. 3. Comms  Interna:onal  designs,  deploys  and  supports  fit-­‐for-­‐purpose,  performance-­‐ driven  communica:ons  &  technology  integra:on  solu:ons;  engineered  to  improve   efficiency,  safety  and  produc:vity  for  our  clients.     Comms  Interna:onal  serves  the  global  Underground  and  Open-­‐Pit  Mining  industries   as  well  as  Rail  and  Off/On-­‐shore  Oil&Gas.       Comms  Interna:onal  has  its  origins  in  Australia  spanning  almost  two  decades  and   our  Brazilian  founda:on  in    TecWise  Sistemas  de  Automaçao  having  operated  with   excellence  for  17  years.  Comms  Interna:onal  is  a  privately  owned,  debt  free   company  with  a  focus  on  the  Brazilian,  European  &  African  markets,  with  an   interna:onal  expansion  program  targe:ng  parts  of  Asia  based  on  client  pull.   Comms  Interna:onal  is  fortunate  to  aaract  and  retain  some  of  the  worlds  leading   Communica:ons  engineers  &  Technology  integra:on  specialist,  which  are  directly   involved  in  the  design  and  management  of  our  different  solu:ons.       It  is  Comms  Interna:onal’s  goal  to  con:nue  to  grow  in  new  markets,  leveraging  our   current  rela:onship  base  and  case  experiences  to  aaract  and  retain  the  best-­‐of-­‐ breed  people  talent  to  support  and  work  with  our  clients.     -­‐  RF  AGNOSTIC  WIRELESS  ENGINEERING     -­‐  MOBILE  APPLICATION  INTEGRATION   -­‐  TRACKING  &  TAGGING  (HIGH  PRECISION)     -­‐  INTELLIGENT  COLLISION  AVOIDANCE     -­‐  RAIL  ASSET  MANAGEMENT   -­‐  SMART  PMR  SOLUTIONS  -­‐  AIRBUS  
  4. 4. TRANSFORMING  POSITIONING  INTO  BUSINESS  VALUE  
  5. 5. AIR  TRAFFIC  CONTROL  BEFORE  AND  NOW   PRODUCTIVITY   NOW  IN  THE  EARLY  DAYS   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  6. 6. IN  MINING  -­‐  A  NEW  WORLD  IS  OPENING   PRODUCTIVITY   TIME   •  Produc:vity  in  mining  has  grown  by  a  factor   of  twenty  in  the  last  40  years   •  In  open  pit  mines,  maintenance  related   costs  makes  up  50%  of  all  OpEX.   •  In  underground  mines,  maintenance  related   costs  represents  30-­‐40%  of  all  OpEx.   •  Mine  Automa?on  investments  pays  off                        When  basic  communica:on  and                                        posi:oning  technologies  are  in  place,                                  a    new  world  of  possibili:es  opens  up   –  Increased  mine  automa:on   –  Increased  personnel  safety   –  Increased  Visibility   –  Real-­‐Time  data  collec:on  
  7. 7. MINING  CHALLENGES   •  Generic   –  Increase  efficiency  –  decrease  the  cost  to  produce   one  ton  of  ore   –  Increase  safety  –  decrease  number  of  incidents   •  Process  automa:on   –  Remote  controlled  or  autonomous  machines   –  Wireless  controlled  blasts   –  Communica:on  of  produc:on  data   •  Process  control   –  Beaer  visualiza:on  of  the  mine  in  3D   –  Increased  decision  support   –  Alarm  handling  from  equipment,  sensors  etc.   •  Communica:on  and  posi:oning   –  Data  and  voice  communica:on   –  Posi:oning  of  personnel,  equipment  and  vehicles   –  Wireless  sensors   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  8. 8. INCREASED  EFFICIENCY   •  It  is  not  unusual  that  the  face  u:liza:on  in  underground  mines  is   typical  25%.  This  usually  due  to  reasons  such  as:   –  Blast  ven:la:on,  machine  breakdowns,  shim  changes,  lunch   breaks  and  travel  :me  within  mine  reduce  face  u:liza:on   –  The  complex  sequencing  of  mine  opera:on  combined  with   a  variable  environment  challenges  op:miza:on  of   produc:on     •  Mine  Automa:on  makes  it  possible  to  run  a  underground  mine   24/7  and  enhance  the  face  u:liza:on.  Open  pit  mines  and   underground  can  op:mize  machine  u:liza:on     •  Autonomous  Machines  enables  huge  improvements  but  requires   huge  investments  and  takes  :me  to  implement     •  A  Mining  Opera:onal  Centre  enables  improvements  both  in  short   and  long  term     –  Easy  and  fast  to  implement   –  Requires  an  exis:ng  datacom  infrastructure   0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Mining  ac:vi:es  during  24  hours The  effect  of  autonomous  machines The  effect  of  introducing  a  Mining  Opera:onal  Centre Today Improvement  poten:al:  Autonomous  Machines  40-­‐80%    Mining  Opera:onal  Centre  10-­‐20%
  9. 9. •  From  a  cost  effec:ve  deployment  and   reuse  of  exis:ng  datacom  infrastructure,   Comms  Interna:onal  with  partners  can   deliver  a  Mining  Opera:onal  Center  that:   –  Increases  the  overall  produc:on   efficiency  between  10-­‐20  %     –  Lowers  opera:onal  costs     –  Increases  the  personal  safety  in   underground  mines     –  Delivers  posi:on  data  and  decision   support  to  other  exis:ng  mine   automa:on  applica:ons   MINING  INTELLIGENCE  VALUE  PROPOSITION   A  small  investment  but  a  giant  leap  in  mine  automa1on   Developed  in  coopera:on  with  &  used  by,  Boliden  and  LKAB  
  10. 10. NEXT  GEN  PROCESS  AUTOMATION  &  CONTROL   •  Increase  the  situa:on  awareness  in  the  underground  mines  by   enabling  real-­‐:me  posi:oning  of  vehicles,  equipment  and  personnel   together  with  visualiza:on  in  3D  maps     •  Increase  the  collabora:on  between  your  personnel  in  the   underground  mine  by  integra:on  of  voice,  messaging  and  CCTV   services  from  the  3D  view  of  the  mine     •  Make  beaer  decisions  by  enabling  data  integra:on  of  various   informa:on  sources  to  each  visualized  resource  in  the  underground   mine.  Making  it  possible  to  search  and  visualize  all  tracked  items   (vehicles,  equipment  and  personnel)     •  Increase  the  mine  automa:on  by  crea:on  of  sta:c  or  dynamical   geofences  with  customized  triggers  and  ac:ons,  e.g  posi:on  based   ven:la:on  control   •  Avoid  produc:on  boalenecks  by  visualizing  the  mining  process  in   3D  and  correla:ng  the  reality  with  the  produc:on  planning  and   Workforce  Management  System     •  Allow  us  to  help  you  with  Quality  Assurance   –  Make  sure  that  the  loading  of  materials  have  been   performed  in  the  correct  part  of  the  mine     –  Avoiding  people  wai:ng  on  each  other:  Iden:fy  people  that   has  performed  their  tasks  but  forgot  to  report     –  Full  integra:on  to  3rd  party    applica:ons  such  as  Dispatch   systems.  
  11. 11. A  NEW  DIMENSION  TO  PERSONAL  SAFETY   •  Automate  the  surveillance  of  dangerous  areas  by  adding  geofences  (user   defined  digital  fences)  that  limit  access  to  recently  blasted  areas,  areas  with   dangerous  gases,  unsecure  areas  –  high  rock  tension       •  Simplify  your  permission  access.  E.g.  limit  access  for  personnel  to  certain   areas  using  geofences  (can  be  integrated  with  HR  system  in  use)     •  Minimize  the  :me  for  evacua:on  by  determine  the  best  emergency  escape   routes  when  there  is  an  accident  and  send  this  informa:on  to  personnel  at   the  right  loca:ons     •  Posi:on  personnel  more  accurately  by  integra:ng  mul:ple  posi:on  sources   (which  increases  the  quality  of  the  posi:on  data  and  hence  beaer  and  safer   decisions)  
  12. 12. A  ROBUST,  LOW  RISK  SOLUTION  FOR  AUTOMATION   Mobilaris  solu:on  covers  a  mul:tude  of  posi:on  technologies.  This   allows  the  Mobilaris  approach  to  reuse  your  exis:ng  data/telecom   solu:on  to  create  a  technology  agnos:c  RTLS  solu:on  –  i.e.  a  cost-­‐ efficient  solu:on  that  could  be  based  upon:     •  A  mining  solu:on  developed  in  partnership  with  high-­‐tech  mining   corpora:ons    as  part  of  the  Future  mining  strategies.     •  A  proven  solu:on  with  focus  on  real  customer  value  func:ons     •  A  robust  mining  solu:on  that  is  easy  to  deploy   –  Web  based  graphical  user  interface  makes  it  easy  to   execute  on  many  plaRorms  (PC’s,  tablets,  mobile  phones)     •  An  open  system   –  Easy  integra:on  with  other  systems  for  Ven:la:on  Control,   Voice  &  CCTV,  Produc:on  Planning,  Workforce   Management,  open  API’s  and  SDk’s.     •  A  future  proof  solu:on   –  Technologies  evolves  constantly.  Do  not  base  your  mine   automa:on  solu:on  upon  only  one  technology.   Communica:ons  Interna:onal  will  partner  with  you  to  keep   providing  evolving  technologies  to  further  enhance  your   opera:ons  and  keep  your  solu:on  up  to  date.  
  13. 13. MINING  INTELLIGENCE  –  FROM  PIT  TO  PORT  
  14. 14. MINING  INTELLIGENCE  –     LEVERAGING  ALL  STANDARDS  ACROSS  ALL  OPERATIONS   GPS  TETRA,  LTE,  3G,  2G          WiFi            LEAKY  FEEDER            RFID   By  combining  underground  posi:oning  and  Open-­‐Pit   posi:oning/comms  technologies  with  mobile  networks  and   GPS  posi:oning;  Communica:ons  Interna:onal  and   Mobilaris  are  able  to  deliver  a  complete  posi:on  based   decision  support  plaRorm.  
  15. 15. RFID  tags  for  mass   loca:on  of  equipment   M2M  posi:oning   ”I  know  where  I  am  and  now  I   see  you.  I’ll  report  your     posi:on”   ”We  see  eachother  and  as   you  are  more  precised   posi:oned,  I  inherit  your   posi:on”   INDIRECT  POSITIONING   GPS  devices   aaached  to   objects  outdoors   Posi:oning  from   mobile  network   controllers   Posi:oning  from   WiFi  controllers   Any  kind  of  2G/ 3G/4G  mobile   device  on   vehicles   Any  kind  of   WiFi  tag  on   vehicles   DIRECT  POSITIONING   Iner:a  or  dead   reconing  based   posi:onning   Posi:oned   items   Intelligence  layer   GIS   Posi:oning  data  gathering  layer   WLAN     (netw)   WLAN     (client)   RFID         Vehicle   INS   Nearby   items   Mul:ple  posi:oning  sources   Mobile   Network   GPS   Geofences   Rules  etc   Other   Informa:on   Sources     Applica:on  layer   Posi:on  vehicles,  equipment  and  personnel   using  various  posi:oning  technologies     Directly  or  indirectly   Gather  the  posi:on  data  and  correlate  it   with  GIS  or  other  sources   HOW  ITS  DONE   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  16. 16. ”I  know  where  I  am  and  now  I   see  you.  I’ll  report  your     posi:on”   ”We  see  eachother  and  as   you  are  more  precised   posi:oned,  I  inherit  your   posi:on”   RFID  tags  for  mass   loca:on  of  equipment   GPS  devices   aaached  to   objects  outdoors   M2M  posi:oning   Posi:oning  from   mobile  network   controllers   Posi:oning  from   WiFi  controllers   Any  kind  of  2G/ 3G/4G  mobile   device  on   vehicles   Any  kind  of   WiFi  tag  on   vehicles   DIRECT  POSITIONING   INDIRECT  POSITIONING   Iner:a  or  dead   reconing  based   posi:onning   Posi:oned   items   Intelligence  layer   GIS   Posi:oning  data  gathering  layer   WLAN     (netw)   WLAN     (client)   RFID         Vehicle   INS   Nearby   items   Mul:ple  posi:oning  sources   Mobile   Network   GPS   Geofences   Rules  etc   Other   Informa:on   Sources     Applica:on  layer   Posi:oned   items   Intelligence  layer   GIS   Posi:oning  data  gathering  layer   WLAN     (netw)   WLAN     (client)   RFID         Vehicle   INS   Nearby   items   Mul:ple  posi:oning  sources   Mobile   Network   GPS   Geofences   Rules  etc   Other   Informa:on   Sources     Applica:on  layer   Visualize  the  real-­‐ :me  posi:oned   objects  in  a  3D  map   of  the  underground   mine   Add  objects  from  other   informa:on  sources   Create  geofences  that  triggers   other  apps   Integra:on  with  exis:ng  or   new  applica:ons   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  17. 17. MOBILARIS  OFFERING   1.  Install  Mobilaris  Mining  Intelligence  Solu:on  and  get   rapid  payback  on  your  investment  by  increased   produc:on  efficiency  and  safety   –  Reusing  your  exis:ng  datacom  infrastructure   2.  Integrate  with  other  mining  applica:ons  to  become   even  more  efficient   MOBILARIS  SERVICES   Voice   CCTV   Ven:la:on   Control   Produc:on     Planning   Workforce   Management   MOBILARIS  MINING  INTELLIGENCE  SOLUTION   ADVICE      IMPLEMENT                  &   INTEGRATE   PRESTUDY   TG   TG   Input   Report   Def  of     scope   Report   Def  of     scope   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  18. 18. A  MULTITUDE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE   •  A  Mining  Intelligence  Solu:on  not  only  for  a   selected  few  but  for  all     –  Crea:ng  a  mul:tude  of  customer  value  for   personnel  in  various  roles.   –  Able  to  trigger  events  based  on  opera:onal  needs.   –  Able    to  search  and  find  any  person  or  asset   quickly.     •  In  :mes  of  recession,  invest  in  solu:ons  that  will   help  you  become  more  efficient  and  save  money   with  a  short  pay-­‐back  period   Dispatchers   Mining  Management   Mine  workers   Traffic  Management   Ven:la:on/Energy   Maintenance  personnel   IT  department   Security/Safety  
  19. 19. A  MULTITUDE  OF  VALUE  !   Mobilaris  Mining   Intelligence  MMI  RTU     License   BUSINESS  LOGICS   Integra:on   with  Fan     SW   Decrease  Energy   Cost   Yearly   savings   Yearly   savings   Incr  Efficiency   for  Dispatchers   (situa:on    awarenes)   Training   Yearly   savings   Yearly   savings   Integr   Yearly   savings   Yearly   savings  Integra:on  with   ext  mine  appl   Integr   Yearly   savings   Yearly   savings  Integra:on  with   ABB  800XA   Integr   Yearly   savings   Yearly   savings   Integra:on  with   Prod  planning   and  Fleet  Mgmt   Incr  Efficiency   for  Miners   (situa:on    awarenes)   Tablets   Yearly   savings   Yearly   savings   Training   Increased   Personal  Safety   an  investment  in…   …enables  values  in…   …as  well   as  in…   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  20. 20. ROADMAP   Apr   May   Jun   Jul   Aug   Sep   Oct   Nov   Dec   Jan   Feb   Mar   Apr   May   2013   2014   R  1.0   R  1.1   Major  features  planned  for  R  1.0:   •  Real-­‐:me  tracking  of  vehicles,  equipment  and  personnel   •  Real-­‐:me  3D  map   •  Tools  for  crea:on  and  management  of  basic  geofences   •  Analysis  of  historical  data  with  posi:on  logs   •  Cisco  WLC  based  Wi-­‐Fi  posi:oning   •  RFID  posi:oning  via  IDENTEC  SOLUTIONS’  access  control   •  Integra:on  with  external  messaging  systems  such  as  Ascom,  Skype     Major  features  planned  for  R  1.1:   •  Advanced  rules  for  geofences   •  Visualiza:on  of  historical  data   •  Wi-­‐Fi  posi:oning  through  integra:on  with  Cisco  WLC     (NMSP)   •  Event  and  alarm  no:fica:ons  provided  via  SNMP   •  Mass  loca:on  of  objects  using  RFID   •  Integra:on  of  ABB  800XA   •  Loca:on  based  notes     Prototype   Mobilaris   Mining   Intelligence   prototype  released     Suggested  features  beyond  R  1.1:   •  Integra1on  with  third-­‐party  ERP  systems   •  Simplified  touch  UI  view  for  handheld  devices   •  Integra1on  with  other  posi1oning   technologies    INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY   Developed  in  associa:on   with  LKAB  and  Boliden   Beta  release  
  21. 21. A  MULTITUDE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE   •  A  Mining  Intelligence  Solu:on  not  only  for   a  selected  few  but  for  all   –  Crea:ng  a  mul:tude  of  customer  value  for   personnel  i  various  roles   •  In  :mes  of  recession,  invest  in  solu:ons   that  will  help  you  become  even  more   efficient  and  save  money  with  a  short  pay-­‐ back  period   Dispatchers   Mining  Management   Mine  workers   Traffic  Management   Ven:la:on/Energy   Maintenance  personnel   IT  Department   Security/Safety   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  22. 22. SCENARIOS   Where  is  the   nearest  pump?   What  is  the   shortest  route  to   Block  8-­‐820?     I  wonder  if  this  is   the  route?   There  is  an  alarm   where  am  I?   I  wonder  when   the  scaling   machine  is  now?   Is  this  an   updated  map?   The  fuelling  sta?on   should  be  here   somewhere?   Where  are  they?  I   can´t  see  them  on   the  screen.   Ven?la?on  on  full   speed  but  no  one   there   Hmmm  this   seem  to  be  the   wrong  machine.   INTRODUCTION   VALUE  PROP   OFFERING   CUSTOMER  VALUE   SCENARIOS  TECHNOLOGY  
  23. 23. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  1(8)   In  some  mines,  the  ven:la:on  is  controlled  and  setup   according  to  the  planned  work,  not  how  its  actually  done.   According  to  exper:ze  the  energy  cost  for  the  ven:la:on   can  be  reduced  in  many  areas  with  more  precise  decision   support.  Es:mates  on  20-­‐30  %  reduc:on  of  energy  cost  is   proposed     •  Decisions  based  on  density  of  vehicles  and  personnel     in  a  specific  area  combined  with  intelligent   geofences  will  create  the  basis  for  this  reduc:on  
  24. 24. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  2(8)   •  A  good  decision  support  system  transforms  data  to  informa:on   and  then  informa:on  to  ac?on     •  All  mining  opera:on  center  workers  are  not  equally  experienced.   With  a  good  decision  support  system  the  less  experienced  will   have  a  much  beaer  performance  and  learning  curve  and  even  the   experienced  will  improve     •  3D  visualiza:on  of  the  mine  and  the  assets  will  give  a  direct   improvement  of  the  process  flow     •  Possibility  to  connect  underground  and  ground  level  visualiza:on   with  addi:onal  benefits     •  Tracking  of   –  Vehicles   –  Equipment   –  Staff  –  with  privacy  protec:on   •  Some  examples:   –  Visualisa:on  –Overview   •  A  tool  for  an    opera:on  center    for  viewing   •  Easy  access  to  other  posi:oning  based  decision   systems    launched  in  the  visualiza:on  mode     –  Geofencing   •  Trigger  alarms  or  events  based  on  people  or  vehicle   movements  in  an  area     –  Search  and  filtering  func:ons   •  Filtering  of  vehicles  types,  roles,    equipment  type   •  Searching  for  people/vehicles/equipment  closest  to  a   posi:on  (calculate  es:mated  distance)     –  Messaging  services   •  Direct  messages  to  staff  or  vehicles  in  a  certain  area  
  25. 25. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  3(8)   •  Traffic  management     –  Improved  logis:cs  through  visualiza:on       –  When  a  danger  or  obstacle  occurs  reroute  or  stop  other   vehicles  by  dynamic  geofencing  and  messaging     –  Avoid  unnecessary  :me  for  finding  fuel  or  oil  depots   knowing  the  loca:on  of  the  closest  one     –  Improve  road  maintenance  by  finding  equipment  like   traffic  signs,  informa:on  signs,  …  by  using  cost  efficient   RFID  iden:fied  equipment   •  Traffic  management     –  Gevng  informa:on  about  traffic  density     –  Warning  other  vehicles  of  traffic  disturbing  events     –  Improve  evacua:on  by  direc:ng  staff  and  vehicles  based   on  their  posi:on     –  Direct  informa:on  to  vehicles  mee:ng  in  narrow  areas  
  26. 26. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  4(8)   •  Guidance  when  an  accident  occurs     –  Specific  guidance  to  personnel  how  to   evacuate  based  on  their  posi:on       –  Directed  communica:on  to  the  personnel  in   danger  zones.  Checking  for  response  or   movements     –  Indica:on  of  people  s:ll  lem  in  the  danger   zones   •  Replay  of  events     –  Amer  an  accident  vehicles,  personnel  and   equipment  posi:ons  can  replayed  to   understand  and  inves:gate  causes.  To   improve  and  avoid  similar  events       •  Quality  assurance     –  Check  that  loading  has  been  performed   from-­‐to  the  right  posi:on   –  Quality  assurance  of  processes  (example:  a   person  has  lem  an  area  but  not  reported  that   the  task  is  finished)  
  27. 27. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  5(8)   •  Geofencing     –  By  making  it  easy  to  create  permanent  or   temporary  geofences  personnel  or  mining   opera:on  can  be  alerted  that  someone  is   moving  into  a  restricted  area  –  avoiding   unnecessary  produc:on  stops       –  Geofences  can  be  created  by  mining   opera:ons  or  automa:cally  by  seismic   warning  systems  or  other  alert   •  Alarm  func:onality     –  Personnel  not  moving  amer  a  specified  :me   may  be  injured   –  Personnel  or  vehicles  passing  a  geofence     •  Automa:c  events  coupled  to  triggers     –  Automa:c  warnings  to  people  or  vehicles   moving  into  areas  with  remotely  controlled   vehicles     –  Automa:c  events  based  on  roles  –    specific   roles  may  have  access  to  an  area  but  not   others  
  28. 28. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  6(8)   •  Mining  automa:on  is  dependent  on  infrastructure   for  communica:on,  posi:oning  and  GIS   informa:on       •  Measurement  of  service  level  for  Wi-­‐Fi  network  is   a  key       –  Vehicles  can  be  equipped  with  automa:c   measurement  equipment  and  Wi-­‐Fi  coverage   can  be  visualized  in  3D     •  Example  of  func:onality:     –  Simplify  extension  of  Wi-­‐Fi-­‐network     •  A  tool  for  IT  department  to  view  status   and  plan  reconfigura:on   •  Iden:fy  faulty  access  points     –  Simplify  the  measurement  of  the  mine    (GIS)     •  Tools  for  IT  personnel  to  add   informa:on  to  the  3D  map  and   synchronize  with  the  mine  maps  
  29. 29. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  7(8)   •  Fault  repor:ng  and  planned  maintenance     –  Handheld  clients    help  personnel  to  simplify   repor:ng  of  faults  and  broken  equipment   with  their  posi:on       –  Planning  of  repair  personnel  movement   based  on  faulty  units  loca:on  
  30. 30. EXAMPLE  OF  CUSTOMER  VALUE  8(8)   •  Naviga:on  in  the  mine  for  everyone  but  maybe   specifically  for  new  people     –  Simple  tablets  or  even  smart  phones  with   3D  visualiza:on  gives  you  informa:on   about  where  you  are  and  where  to  go       –  Access  to  handheld  search  func:ons     –  Easier  decisions  based  on  more  local   informa:on  will  off-­‐load  central  mine   opera:ons   •  Evacua:on  support       –  When  an  emergency  situa:on  occur  route   direc:ons  can  be  visualized  individually  to   find  way  out  or  finding  an  escape  pod  
  31. 31. SCENARIO:  EFFICIENT  COOPERATION   •  Klockan  är  07:23,  Nisse  har  just   börjat  skrota  då  en  hydraulslang   brister   •  Nisse  rapporterar  felet  i  sin   WLAN  telefon   •  Time  is  07:23.  At  Block  7-­‐820  Mike  has  just   begun  to  drill  when  a  hydraulic  hose  bursts  on   the  drill  ”Old  Beay”       •  A  fast  repair  is  now  needed  if  valuable  :me  shall   not  be  wasted     •  Mike  reports  the  incident  immediately  on  his   Wi-­‐Fi  phone  or  Radio   31  
  32. 32. SCENARIO:  EFFICIENT  COOPERATION   •  The  fault  is  shown  in  the   Mining  Opera:onal  Centre     •  John  can  inves:gate  the   fault  and  take  ac:on  to  find   the  most  suited  personnel     32  
  33. 33. 33   John  clicks  on  ”more  info”  and   realizes  that  this  maaer  needs   aaen:on  if  not  the  whole   produc:on  cycle  will  be  delayed   To  gain  beaer  situa:on   awareness,  John  clicks  on  ”Goto”   that  automa:cally  transfers  the   3D  map  to  the  place  where  the   alarm  was  raised  
  34. 34. 34   John  gets  a  good  real-­‐:me   overview  over  the  area  showing   the  posi:on  of  various  resources   in  the  produc:on  area   John  right-­‐clicks  on  the  alarming   machine  and  gets  more  detailed   informa:on  
  35. 35. 35   John  right-­‐clicks  on  the  alarming   machine  and  gets  more  detailed   informa:on   Search relative to this object Chat Voice call Object info Chat Voice call View Workorder Drill ”Old Betty” Drive to Block 7-820 and be there at 07:00 Start drilling and report back to Operations Centre when finished Drive to the oil bar at 775 and fill up hydraulic oil Workorder for ”Old Betty”
  36. 36. 36   Search for Found items: Repair personnel Repair man Id 414 19 mins away Repair man Id 245 34 mins away Repair man Id 4 32 mins away Repair man Id 765 45 mins away Repair man Id 3 23 mins away Repair man Id 13 15 mins away John  then  starts  a  local  search   for  repair  personnel  located   near  Mike   John  launches  a  chat  with  Mike   via  the  Wi-­‐Fi  network     Search relative to this object Chat Voice call Object info > Hi Hydraulic oil is pooring out! Can you hurry up please!!! Mike   John  selects  the  repair  guy  that   are  able  to  help  out  in  the   shortest  possible  :me  and  starts   a  chat  
  37. 37. 37   Search for Found items: Repair personnel Repair man Id 414 19 mins away Repair man Id 245 34 mins away Repair man Id 4 32 mins away Repair man Id 765 45 mins away Repair man Id 3 23 mins away Repair man Id 13 15 mins away > Hi Hydraulic oil is pooring out! Can you hurry up please!!! Mike   Hi again Mike, Peter will be there in 20 minutes > Thanks mate ;) Peter   Hi! Would you have the possibility to get to Block 7-820 quickly and change a hydraulic hose on the ”Old Betty”? > Sure thing mate, I can be there in 20 mins
  38. 38. SCENARIO:  EFFICIENT  COOPERATION   •  Thanks  to  the  efficient  Mining  Opera:onal   Centre  system,  the  right  resources  were   used  and  the  :me  to  repair  was  minimized   –  avoiding  produc:on  losses   38  
  39. 39. SCENARIO:  PERSONAL  SAFETY   •  Time  is  09:14.  In  Block  5-­‐840   scaling  is  ongoing  when   suddenly  the  whole  area   shivers   39  
  40. 40. 40   In  the  Opera:ons  Centre  at  775,   John  gets  a  cri:cal  alarm  from  the   seismic  sensor  system  that  reports   increased  rock  tensions  in  Block   5-­‐840   Seismiskt  alarm:  Förhöjd  spänning   To  get  a  beaer  understanding  of   the  situa:on,  John  clicks  the   ”Goto”  buaon  that  automa:cally   transfers  the  real-­‐:me  3D  map  to   the  area  of  interest  
  41. 41. 41   Seismiskt  alarm:  Förhöjd  spänning   John  seeks  more  informa:on  and   gets  automa:cally  directed  to  a   mining  engineer  –  Tom     John  quickly  creates  a  geofence  in   order  to  seal  off  the  whole  area     Enter Alert text Enter Notification text Greate  Geofence   Place  markers   Create  Geofence   Submit  Message   Evacuate Block 5-840 immediately due to increased rock tensions. Report to OC when you are outside the area Alarm!!! This area is sealed-off. Turn back immediately Evacuate Block 5-840 immediately due to increased rock tensions. Report to OC when you are outside the area >  Hi  John!!   My  instruments  shows  large  increased  tensions  in   the  whole    Block  5-­‐840.  You’d  beaer  geofence  it   and  start  an  evacua:on   Tom  
  42. 42. 42   Seismiskt  alarm:  Förhöjd  spänning   John  can  now  see  the  effect  of  the   broadcasted  message  to  all   personnel  in  the  dangerous  area  
  43. 43. SCENARIO:  PERSONAL  SAFETY   •  Both  Tom  and  the  staff  at  Mine  Control   are  happy  that  the  evacua:on  of  Block   5-­‐840  was  executed  as  quickly  and   smoothly  as  possible     •  All  personnel  are  now  outside  the   dangerous  area   43  
  44. 44. SCENARIO:  TRAFFIC  CONTROL   •  In  his  own  view  of  the  mine,  Bruce  (responsible  for  all   roads  in  the  mine)  can  monitor  the  traffic  situa:on  and   see:     –  Traffic  density   –  Where  road  maintenance  ac:vi:es  are  ongoing   –  Where  all  equipment  Is  located   –  Where  the  roadsigns  are  placed   –  Where  the  digital  signage  displays  are  placed   –  Where  heavy  ore  transports  are     –  Warn  others  of  heavy  transports   –  Direct  the  traffic  at  evacua:ons     –  Lead  and  priori:se  traffic  at  :mes  of  limited  road   access   –  Assist  transport  that  meet  at  conges:on  points   44  
  45. 45. 45   Bruce  reads  an  alarm    from  one  of   the  trucks  that  has  reported  a   severe  engine  breakdown  in  Block   12-­‐820.  Bruce  clicks  on  ”Goto”  to   quickly  get  an  overview  
  46. 46. 46   Now,  Bruce  sees  the  truck  and   zooms  in  to  get  a  closer  look  
  47. 47. 47   Enter Alert text Enter Notification text Greate  Geofence   Place  markers   Create  Geofence   Submit  Message   Warning! Road 11 is blocked by a truck with an engine failure. Take alternative route at Road 700 Warning, road block ahead! In  order  to  redirect  the  traffic,   Bruce  quickly  creates  a   geofence    
  48. 48. SCENARIO:  TRAFFIC  CONTROL   •  Thanks  to  the  Mining  Intelligence   System,  Bruce  could  rapidly  respond   to  the  situa:on  and  see  to  that   transporta:ons  could  con:nue,   avoiding  disturbances   48   Road block ahead at Road 11. Take alternative route at Road 700
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