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3rd annual global mining technology forum v3

  1. 1. 3rd Annual Global Mining Technology Forum6 - 7 June 2012, Hilton Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa Rafael Guzmán – Lead of Automation, Technology & Systems Max Salas – Chief of Innovation Technology & Systems June 2012 Mining Technology to Improve Competitiveness in the Business: The state of art and future challenges in Codelco El Teniente Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Introduction Chile in the World… World Population 756.000 0,15% Surface km2 Worlwide 17 0,24%Population millions Worlwide 317 0,4% PIB PPA Thousand Worlwide millions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  3. 3. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  4. 4. About Codelco World leader in copper ore reserves… 4% Russia Canada 1% Poland 5% 3% Kazakhstan United States 6% China 5% Mexico 7% 6% Indonesia Zambia 3% Peru 12% Codelco 10% Australia 4% 20%Note: Other countries (13%) Chile: OthersSource: U.S. Geological Survey, January 2010 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  5. 5. Codelco Highlights Based on Consolidated Financial Statements. 2009 and 2010 statements are also reported in conformity with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). (1) Includes minority interest (until 2008). (2) Includes Codelco’s stake in El Abra mine. (*) Provide services under subcontracts (Law 20.123). Source: Codelco Report 2011 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  6. 6. Codelco Divisions Source: Codelco Report 2011 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  7. 7. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  8. 8. Overview El Teniente › The most largest underground mine of copper in the world, in operation since 1905. › More than 103 million tonnes of copper in geological resources and 35 million tons in reserves for over 70 years of production. › Daily production rate: 131 ktpd › An integrated complex: mine-plant-smelt with U.S. $ 2,700 million in fixed assets. › Production 2011: 400 ktmf 9,6 ktmf Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  9. 9. Overview El Teniente: One century of continuous growth... KTPD/DAY EVOLUTION OF DAILY PRODUCTION RATES OF SELECTED LARGE UNDERGROUND MINES Cota UCL 180 Borde cavidad 3200 160 REMOTE 3000 140 120 2800 MECHANICAL 100 2600 80 MANUAL Bingham Canyon 60 San Manuel 2400 Henderson Climax Andina 40 Kiruna Olympic Dam Palabora 2200 Malmberget 20 Miami Premier Freeport IOZ/DOZ Source: E T Brown AC Freng FTSE Ridgeway Kidd Creek JKMRC and Golder Associates Mount Isa Salvador YEAR 0 2000 1880 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000 2020 2040 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  10. 10. Overview Milestone’s in El Teniente History › 1905: Start of operation (250 t/d) › 1911: Expansion of plant to 3.000 t/d › 1945: Block Caving › 1970: Colón concentrator (70 kt/d) › 1977: El Teniente converter › 1980: Plan of mine mechanization (primary ore) › 1989: Rockbursts › 1991: Start SAG 1 › 1996: Completion of experimental plan Sub6 › 2000: Adoption to the expansion plan to 126 kt/d › 2002: Adoption of automatic railroad (Esmeralda mine) › 2003: Start the expansion (SAG 2) › 2004: Adoption of semiautomatic LHD (Pipa Norte mine) › 2005: Industrial tests of preconditioning › 2005: Reached 131 kt/d › 2010: Adoption of semiautomatic LHD (Pilar Norte mine) › 2012: CI2TM – Smart center for integrated for decision making about mine unit operations. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  11. 11. El Teniente Mine Crater Broken ore Pipe Surface Diablo UCL Esmeralda Regimiento Level 2211 Esmeralda Pipa 91 Norte UCL R. N. Level 2120 Reservas Norte 140 Sur Tte. 8 Pacífico Level 1980 100 Andes Sur Norte New Mine Level Andes Norte Level 1880Codelco ChileCodelco ChileCorporación Nacional del Cobre Codelco Chile - División El Teniente Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  12. 12. El Teniente Mine PIPA RESERVAS QDA. TTE NORTE DACITA TTE. 4 SUR PIPA NORTE PACIFICO ESMERALDA SUPERIOR REGIMIENTO PUENTE NNM NORTE DIABLO REGIMIENTO NNM NNM ANDES SUR PACIFICO NNM SUR Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  13. 13. Codelco Trend about rate of accident with time losses per million of work hour (D.S. 40) Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  14. 14. El Teniente Trend about rate of accident with time losses per million of work hour (D.S. 40) 8.0 5 SGSSO – Certificado bajo OHSAS 18001 7.0 4 6.0 Rate of frecuency D 40 5.0 N° Dead accidents 3 4.0 2 3.0 2.0 1 1.0 0.0 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Dead 3 3 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 D-40 Global 6.2 5.7 4.4 4.6 3.9 3.2 3.9 2.3 1.8 1.6 Año 2011 al 20.11.11 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  15. 15. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  16. 16. El Teniente Main production process Underground mine Sewell/Colon Concentrator Caletones Smelt San Antonio Harbor Mine unit operations Molienda y Flotación Smelting and converting Copper concentrate Products SX Cathodes Copper anodes Mo concentrate RAF copper Mine water Sulfuric acid Production 2011 KTMF Cathodes A grade 1.5 RAF 68.9 Anodes 238.2 Blister 23.9 Residue deposit Concentrate 67.5 Infrastructure & Supply Solid’s Total copper (own) 400.3 Copper (others) 2.9 Liquid’s Subproducts Molybdenum (KTMF) 9.6 Sulfuric Acid (KTon) 1.151 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  17. 17. El Teniente Underground mining process › Mechanized Panel Caving method. › Leadership in hard rock mining under conditions of high stress. › Massive mining on primary rock from the 80s. › Nine sectors in simultaneous operation, allow to achieve a total production of 131 kt /d. › Material Handling by LHDs, Trains (4 systems)- Truck-Crusher-Belts-OP to a main transport system (FFCC Teniente 8). › One of the most automation Mine. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  18. 18. Mina El Teniente 2010El Teniente Mine Site General description • Production capacity 140.000 tpd • Ore grade 0,97 %Cut • Active area 290.000 m2 • Incorporated area 75.000 m2/year • Reserves in stock 110 Mton • Horizontal development 25.000 m /year • Radial drill’s 600.000 ml/year • Work force 2.660 H • Foreman’s 160 • Operation contractors 1200 H • Productivity 54 tpd/HI • Facility energy 35 MVA • Energy consumption 4,8 KWh/tms • CFM (Ventilation) 7 x 10 6 cfm • Diesel consumption 0,128 lt/tms Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  19. 19. El Teniente Mine Site Main equipments UCL o Radial Jumbos 15 o Explosives truck’s 5 Extraction & Secundary reduction o LHD 7 yds3 57 o LHD 13 Yds 3 12 • LHD Semi- autonomous 4 • LHD Manual 8 o Secondary reduction Jumbo 14 o Rock hummer’s • Rock hummer (stationary) 6 • Rock hummer intermediate (semi-mobil) 82 Intermediate transport o Railroad • Locomotives 11 • Wagons 139 Trucks 7 Main transport o Railroad Teniente 8 • Locomotives 9 • Wagons of 100 ton 54 • Wagons of 80 ton 130 o Railroad 5 Norte • Locomotives 4 • Wagons Primary crusher o Principal crushers 3 o Jaw crushers 3 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  20. 20. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  21. 21. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the minesite management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  22. 22. El Teniente Main challenges› Goal: zero fatal accident › Consolidate mining method in primary rock, › Successful implementation of structural NNM › Build a new El Teniente, opportunity to materializing the requirements about Project and Key Projects replacement; Dacite, innovate and made structural breaks. .› Implementation and enforcement of Control incorporation rates of extraction area and P. Superior. . Fatality Standards › Structural Project HR, organizational renewal, speed. › Facilitate implementation of the NNM and talent development, mean age with the› Focus on automation of hazardous processes. › Recovering lost productive capacity of sectors proper management of the interferences. average of the sector and enhance the› Implement standards for control the Pilar Norte and Esmeralda. . leadership. › Effectively manage logistics and contractors Occupational Diseases (silica, noise, arsenic) › Start operations with the open pit. workers while maintaining adequate working › Implement a systems for 12-hour shifts to› NNM Project Outreach to the community, environment. . operate the South open pit › Implementing a transformation management in compliance with RCA and environmental RENO, TTE 8 and the Smelt. › Start operation of Southern open pit and begin › Improvements in quality of life: automation & commitments. the studies and development of North open pit. remote operation.. › Contractors decrease in operation and› Environmental Qualification Resolution. increase productivity. › Project for development the Smelt Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  23. 23. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  24. 24. Technology Overwiew El Teniente minesite Process & Product Grinding Flotation Dewatering Stock- Ship- Transport handling loading Boat- transp Supervision Supervision Customer Process control Process control Ore reserves Prospecting Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  25. 25. Technology Overview Under Cut Level Production Level Transport Level Ventilations Sub Level Trenes Automáticos Main Transporting Level Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  26. 26. El Teniente Systems involved PLANIFIC Proyecto Exploratorio Teniente, Fase Automate LHDs Automate Trucks / Railroad Remote control reduction drilling “JUMBOS” Remote control PLATE FEEDER Rock hummer Conveyor Belts Crushers SCADA Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  27. 27. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  28. 28. Extraction process Automine ®System for automatic loading and transportation of ore in underground environments Underground production zone Surface remote center ACS TCS MCS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  29. 29. Extraction process Automine®: System architecture System for maintenance System for production planning SCADA External planning systems Control room Operators Access control workstation Mission control system system Backbone Network MineLAN Access gates Production area Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  30. 30. Extraction process Application case: Pipa Norte Mine System characteristic• Semiautomatic cycle – Automate transport – Automate unload – Load in a remote control• 4 x Toro 0010 LHD semiautomatic• Control room in surface• One operator for 4 LHDs• Condition monitoring• Production monitoring• Traffic control• Production planning• Production area is confined Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  31. 31. Extraction process Application case: Pipa Norte MinePanel Caving –LHD for extraction Load ZANJA COLECTORA DE MINERAL ZANJA Transport PUNTO DE EXTRACCION GALERÍA DE PRODUCCION Unload Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  32. 32. Extraction process Application case: Pipa Norte MineBenefits in the life quality for the LHD Semiatonomous operators • Control room versus on board operation • Better ergonomic and work environment • Zero risk exposition and professional underground diseases v/s Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  33. 33. Extraction process Application case: Pipa Norte MineProductivity benefitsLess persons to LHD fleet operate • For 4 LHD, we need only 1 operator. • It’s 4 time less that the manual operation 1 needs. 2 3 4 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  34. 34. Extraction process Application case: Pipa Norte MineProductivity benefitsIncrease the effective time of work • The autonomous LHD navigation principle let us maximize the work time per shift. • The diary operation hours can be increased in a 100% respect the traditional operation. • The interferences between the shifts does’nt exist. At the edge, it’s possible decrease the LHD fleet Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  35. 35. Extraction process Application case: Pipa Norte MineProcess management benefitsOn-line informationThis kind of automatic systems let us:• Precise and real time information• Visualize our operation in real time• Production reports MEDIR  CONTROLAR   OPTIMIZAR Mejoramiento Informes de continuo Objetivo Producción Compartir Seguimiento información en Planificación  Operation management. tiempo real Monitoreo de la información Ejecución de la Misiones de las de producción máquinas Producción Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  36. 36. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  37. 37. Transport process Introduction • The Teniente-Codelco Esmeralda and Tte8 railway transport system, one of the most modern in South America and the only of its kind in Chile, is a fully automated system and is the natural operate form for all person in the system. The transport system is built up from the following sub-systems: Train traffic control system, Ore level measuring systems for the chutes, Remote control loading of the trains, Automatic Train Operation, Automatic unload of the trains and Dynamic measurement of load weight. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  38. 38. Transport process Introducción General Overview El Teniente MINE NIV. TTE. 3 5.000 Ton./Día MINA ISLA 4 4 Sur 5.000 Ton./Día REGIMIENTO 25.000 Ton./Día A SEWELL OP 15 Ppl. Esmeralda Mine FF. CC. 5 SUR FF.CC. 5 NORTE 40.000 Ton./Día 20.000 Ton./Día Pipa & DIABLO QUEBRADA TENIENTE REGIMIENTO MINA ESMERALDA 20.000 Ton./Día OP 12 OP 15 Br. OP 13 OP 14 OP 16 FF. CC. Q.T Ten.6. FF. CC. ESMERALDA Ten.6 6 RENO SUB Tte8 MainTransport Level OP 22 OP 23 PIQUES 25.000 Ton./ Día LHD XC 40-50-60 OP 20 OP 21 Ten. 8 OP 17 OP 18 A COLON FF. CC. TTE. 8 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  39. 39. Transport process Train traffic control systems interflow ATTM System Train ( L+C ) ATO Prepared Automatic System Transport Train Management ATP • Without Driver System • Automatic Train Operation • Automatic Train Protection Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  40. 40. Transport process The modern system of control and automation of the railroad Low ATP Safety Maintenance Increase Easy of Prod. Open Expans. System Automat. Adaptability Cost Efficiency Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  41. 41. Train traffic control system Train dispatch centralized traffic control (CTC) System displayed withexact train positioning andupdated object information. All events stored in thesystem database. All information available Esmeralda Minefor use by other systems Tte8 MainTransport Level Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  42. 42. Transport process Train traffic control system Stationary Train ATTM CTC Radio ATO datalink RBC ATP INTERLOCK TIC OBC Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  43. 43. Transport process Train traffic control system • Operation - Security Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  44. 44. Transport process Conclusions  Reduced Cost  Moving block, together with Cab signalling, eliminates the need for wayside equipment such as signals and track circuits  70% of Maintenance Cost Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  45. 45. Transport process Conclusions  Improved Safety ATP in all locomotives. Supervised driver performance with strictly enforced speed restrictions Eliminates human error in driving and dispatching Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  46. 46. Transport process Conclusions  Information and Fleet Adm.  Real time information  Production Management Increment of Productivity for more effective time of work  Potential reduction of investments o fleet Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  47. 47. Transport process Conclusions  General conditions  The automation of the FFCC is a technology implemented satisfactorily in the operations of Codelco DET. In our experience, the automation technology requires of new strategies of the personnels selection, besides relationships of help and with visions shared between the suppliers and the client. In the future the underground mining operations of transport will suffer more demanding operation conditions, in technical terms and of manpower cost. It is in this scenario where the automation of the FFCC appears like a highly attractive option for DET. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  48. 48. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  49. 49. General network strategy Current Manufacturing Network Reality • Silos information • Limit visibility • Don’t use IT Assests • Limit escalability • Safety risks Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  50. 50. General network strategy Connecting production areas • Automatized process • Real time information • Visibility across the enterprise • Cost efficiency • Highly flexible and safe Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  51. 51. General network strategy Industrial network connect • Create a standard collaborative environment • Provide visibility across the al organization, suppliers, partner and clients. • Offer flexibility to manage the operations. • Give safety to the business communications.Complete sight of the industrial processRelationship between the principals elements of the value chain (internal and external) to maximize theefficiency and productivity Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  52. 52. General network strategy Trends in industrial networks • Manufactures has the trend to a common infrastructure: Switches L3 – Wireless / Routers – Web-Based – Security Wireless Ethernet – Unified Communications / Mesh Switches – Ethernet (TCP/IP) – Single platform • Why?: – Simple. – Low cost Ethernet Controllers and Gateways Web-Based Hosts Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  53. 53. General network strategy Trends in industrial networks Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  54. 54. General network strategy Benefits • Improve the productivity • Improve the flexibility • Improve the time response • Increase the visibility Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  55. 55. Convergence technologic ofthe networks Many of the manufacturers of equipment are implementing automation and control protocols based on Ethernet as a replacement for traditional field networks. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  56. 56. Convergence technologic ofthe networks Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  57. 57. General network strategy Global architecture: Ethernet to the Factory Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  58. 58. General network strategy Architecture Ethernet-to-the-Factory Enterprise Network Demilitarized Separation between Control & Zone Enterprise Networks (DMZ) Interconnection between Cell Manufacturing Zones, Server Farms, and DMZ Zone Network Connection for Cell/Area Controllers, HMIs, I/Os, & Zone Drives Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  59. 59. General network strategy Future: Monitoring & control for optimize Process IT Strategy - Overview Malstensficka B-verket B146 Maln 3 M146 Mellanfickan Maln 4 M147 B108 KR 3 KR 2 B102 B101 C-verket Maln 5 MINES B109 M119 8 Maln 6 D-verket Maln 7 Pumps Gamla ladan 6 B105 B160 B170 Ventilation Elevators M112-116 5 Monitor and Control Concentrator, M110-112 B103 4 3 B193 M170-173 2 1 Nya ladan M160-163 Fire supervision Mine and autonomous Mine Machines M104-109 2 1 B104 B191 Doors, Gates View Production IT views Passage control Nivåmätning (LT) KR 4 KR 5 B190 Massflödesindikering (WI) Massflödesmätning (WT) Siktanalysmätning (AT) B189 M190-193 Process objects Concentrator OPC DA Workplace Workplace Process IT IPAK Minestar Group IT or Separate Network Engineering Workplace Data flow Aspect, Domain and Firewall Conn. Servers Views Workplace Bolis DWH CAD Supervisors, Planners Mine Planning & Control Plan mine and mine Machines using Production IT 72 Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  60. 60. General network strategy Sample of El Teniente minesite architecture Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  61. 61. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  62. 62. El Teniente General Information management strategy Our overall strategy for information management, focuses on 3 topics: 1. production flows 2. Infrastructure and Assets 3. Capital and Project Management Integral management of Unit Operations and Business decisions based on global versus local Key Services optima Real time collaboration CI2TM® Assistance in decission making (forecasting) Centers for smart and Communication and engagement between the integrated decisions Synchronization between processes areas Transparency of the information Technology Standardization and Data Structures Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  63. 63. El Teniente General Information management strategy We are currently building our center in Rancagua, where we expect in the near future, maximize the management of our operations. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  64. 64. El Teniente General Information management strategy Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  65. 65. El Teniente General Information management strategyFor our center, we want to smartapplications! Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  66. 66. El Teniente Architecture of our portal End users Aplicaciones TExxx TExxx Devolpment w2003 W2003 TExxx W2003 Web Services MISS PGOM PGOM Site: Teniente Site: Teniente Site: Teniente Módulos Módulo SSPM GOHM STCM TExxx TExxx Red Hat R5 .6 Red Hat R5.6 Oracle 11G Oracle 11G BD BD PROD SSBM_F2 MINCO PGOM ADMSTCM BD Site: Teniente Site: Teniente Dispatch Devlopment Transparent Gateway AdmSTCM Text files Site: Teniente PGOM TExxx SSBM Automine SSBM_F2 SQL Server DISPBD Site: Teniente Site: Teniente Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  67. 67. El Teniente Samples of our smart systems Granulometric and Humidity view, that able us to define areas at risk of mood burst. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  68. 68. El Teniente Samples of our smart systems We can generate easily and dynamic angles of ore flow that may have a street, OP. We analyze our extraction in terms of real-time fleet Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  69. 69. Agenda Contents › About Codelco › Overview and history about El Teniente › Productive process › The future is in the Land › Main challenges › Technology overview in the mine site management › Extraction process › Transport process › General network strategy › General Information management strategy › Conclusions Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  70. 70. Conclusions Technology challenges for mining  Safety:  On top technology to real time control of seismic activity and develop early alarm criteria.  Intensive use of automation, robotics and remote operations.  Productivity:  Automation and remote operations.  Ci2TM: Centers for smart and integrated decisions in On-line way for Mines-Crush&Mill-Smelt- Comercial&Logistic.  Sustainability:  The efficient use of water and energy, will be a mandatory in the use of new green technologies.  Use of energies clean and renewables (Eolic, Geothermal, Sun, etc.)  The environmental regulations will be more restrictive so the innovation and new technologies need to provide solutions more efficient and competitiveness.  Human Resources:  Overall deficit of operation and management skills for lack of technicians and professionals for the mining.  In Chile, in the last five years the number of mining workers is increased in 11,6%/year, and opposite to this the professionals with academic degree in the geo-mining and metallurgy field is decreased in 6,4%/year. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  71. 71. Conclusions Technology general challenges for mining  The growing demands on quality of life impose an additional challenge to the industry  Competitive and sustainable management of underground mining in the future requires a constant effort in incorporating new technologies, deepening and development of knowledge in mining massive deep, efficient management of business risks and a better quality of life for persons.  Innovation and technological development will remain a pillar for competitiveness and leadership in global mining.  Forget about the much-discussed Internet of Things. The really interesting news is that data from a host of new sources, combined with technologies that rapidly aggregate and analyze the data, will deliver fresh insights that can give users much more immersive and valuable experiences online—and in the real world.  CIOs and other IT leaders who get it—who grasp the importance of context-based connections—will be able to establish themselves, and their organizations, as strategic players. They will immediately be able to offer new levels of insight that will differentiate their organizations from competitors.  Put simply, increased sharing of data through data services calls for a radical rethinking of how IT should handle data management. Essentially, data management shifts from being an IT capability buried within application support to a collaborative effort that enables data to be used far beyond the applications that created it.  Nontraditional systems are now getting connected, exposing the organizations that use them in entirely new ways. Organizations will have to make peace with the security reality of today and begin preparing their second line of defense—data platforms—to mitigate the damage of attacks that get through Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  72. 72. Conclusions Technology general challenges for miningKnowledge management andtechnology are increasinglyimportant We need to work today, in the process developing the technologies of tomorrow and the people who apply them. Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.
  73. 73. Rafael Guzmán – Lead of Automation, Technology & Systems Max Salas – Chief of Innovation Technology & Systems June 2012Mining Technology to Improve Competitiveness in the Business: The state of art and future challenges in Codelco El Teniente Copyrights © 2012 CODELCO-CHILE. Todos los Derechos Reservados. | Copyrights © 2012 by CODELCO-CHILE. All Rights Reserved.

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