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Mine planning and the EMMM Reference Framework

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To provide a platform for the mine planning fraternity to explore best practices and share experiences, in order to create a learning experience and increase their competencies
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Mine planning and the EMMM Reference Framework

  1. 1. 1C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2w w w . r e a l i r m . c o m LEADING ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE VALUE ™ Mine planning and the EMMM Reference Framework
  2. 2. 2C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 WITS Mine Planning School Focus: To provide a platform for the mine planning fraternity to explore best practices and share experiences, in order to create a learning experience and increase their competencies. • Industry focused • Collaboration oriented Reference Frameworks • Structured approach • I present – the enterprise Enterprise Architecture Sharing with you here today the following best practices and experience:
  3. 3. 3C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Agenda • Industry focused • Collaboration oriented Reference frameworks What is a Reference framework: A reference model is an abstract framework for understanding significant existence and relationships among the entities of some environment. It enables the development of specific reference or concrete architectures using consistent standards or specifications supporting that environment.
  4. 4. 4C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2  Information & Communications Technology (TMF with Frameworx)  Supply Chain (SCOR)  Retail (ARTS)  Oil & Gas (PCATS)  Financial Institution (CIM) Best practices in other Industries: Industry Reference frameworks
  5. 5. 5C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Information and Telecommunications Industry
  6. 6. 6C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS) The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS) of the National Retail Federation is an international membership organization dedicated to reducing the costs of technology through standards. Since 1993, ARTS has been delivering application standards exclusively to the retail industry. ARTS has four standards: The Standard Relational Data Model, UnifiedPOS, XML, and the Standard RFPs (in partnership with NRF). Membership is open to all members of the international technology community-- retailers from all industry segments, application developers and hardware companies.
  7. 7. 7C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2  To provide a generic/ typical industry answer for the questions organisation in every industry face:  How are we transforming inputs into outputs  When does it need to be done  Who will do it  What information do we need to do it  Where will it have an impact/ be used  and Why are we doing it The intent of these frameworks
  8. 8. 8C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2  They all focus on the following elements of the industry  Business Process  Information/ Data  Some aspects of integration or flow  Some Business Capability  Some have an application and/ or service component included  Addressing specific components that make up the enterprise…  Notice the link to EA here Common themes in industry reference frameworks
  9. 9. 9C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 A Reference Framework for Exploration and Mining • Defining the information/ data the enterprise needs to keep • Business capability required for Exploration & mining • Common definition for business process, operating model Business Process Business Capability Information
  10. 10. 10C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Exploration and Mining Business Process Reference Model Strategic Tactical Operational / Mine Site P M C Green Fields Brown Fields Establish R Enterprise Support Exploit Beneficiate Sell RehabilitateDiscover Prospect/ Explore Examine Production Options Acquire Develop Business Plan Assess Mineral Resource Id Area of Interest Acquire Prospecting Rights Execute Sampling Process Cleanse Data Produce Structural Analysis Produce Grade Analysis Produce Mining Layout Analysis Produce Engineering Infrastructure Analysis Produce Beneficiation Analysis Consider Economic Options/ Variables Produce Costing model Examine Financial Alternatives Compile Business Analysis Confirm Acquisition Scope Secure rights ReportControlMeasurePlan ReportControlMeasurePlan Manage Enterprise Strategy Manage Finances Manage Information Technology Manage Human Resources Manage Assets Manage Risk Handle Product Store Product Classify Product Blend Product Package Product Refine Material Smelt Material Refine Material Treat Material Prepare Material Concentrate Material Engage Customer Follow up Leads Manage Customer Relationship Handle Order Take Order Bill and Collect Ship and Distribute Manage Demand Process Financial Transaction Capture Data Handle Material Classify Material Blend Material Store Material Initiate Rehabilitation Prepare Rehabilitation Proposal Obtain Approvals for Rehabilitation Execute Rehabilitation Obtain Stakeholder Acceptance Implement Costed Plan Initiate Establishment Approve the project Finance the project Resource the project Commission Run Pilot Operation Handover to Operations Remove Rock Classify Rock Move Rock Stockpile Ore or Waste Break Rock Create Access Mine Ore Body Extend Infrastructure Manage Corporate Affairs Manage MaterialManage Health, Safety and Environment Design Rehabilitation Collect Rehabilitation Design Criteria Produce Final Rehabilitation Designs Deliver Costed Plan Manage Logistics Construct Develop Operational Capability Build Mineral Extraction Capability Build Facilities Deploy Utilities Build Beneficiation Capability Engineering Design Collect Engineering Design Criteria Produce Conceptual Engineering Designs Select Final Engineering Designs Plan Distribution Ship Order Review & Approve Transaction Support Product Marketing Define Market Strategy and Policy Articulate Product Portfolio Prepare Communications and Promotion Underground Hard Soft Tabular Coal Massive Solution Other Surface Hard Soft Open Pit Open Pit Glory Hole Placer
  11. 11. 11C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Exploration and Mining Business Process model - Context Strategic Tactical Operational / Mine Site P M C Green Fields Brown Fields Establish R Enterprise Support Exploit Beneficiate Sell RehabilitateDiscover ReportControlMeasurePlan ReportControlMeasurePlan
  12. 12. 12C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 1.1 Discover Defines the process by which an exploration target and/ or a mineral resource is articulated and defined for acquisition purposes. The process includes: • Evaluation of grade and tonnes. • A pre-feasibility phase. • Examining the production options. • Acquisition of the necessary rights. At a Strategic level: Discover involves the exploration strategy and associated activities to find new or unknown mineral deposits. At a Tactical level: Discover involves the evaluation of existing or known mineral deposits with the objective of expanding the existing knowledge base. At an operational level: Discover involves the day to day enhancement of the level of confidence in the geological model. Output: Strategic level: Exploration Strategy Exploration projects Quantification of a potential exploitable mineral resource Tactical level: Mineral Deposit evaluation report Quantification of a potential extension to known mineral resource Updated geological model Expanded mineral inventory Operational level: Operational budget/ updated short-term exploration plan Routine updated geological model Definition of ore reserves EM Business Process Reference Model Definitions Defining the concepts for business owner to scope, plan and have a common language
  13. 13. 13C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Copyright The Open Group Enterprise Support Information Management Performance Management Facilities Management Corporate Affairs Governance, Risk & Compliance Management Supply Chain Management Programme & Project Management Human Resources Management ICT ManagementHealth, Safety, Environment & Quality Management Research and Development Asset ManagementFinancial Management Waste dumping/ Tailing Dam Management RehabilitateEstablish Exploit Beneficiate SellDiscover Sampling Sampling Compliance Prospecting Prospectivity Analysis Rights Management Multi-parametric Analysis Country Rock Modelling Ore Body Modelling Grade Analysis Mine Design Mine Method Evaluation Balanced Capacity Planning (multidisciplinary) Equipment simulation Engineering Design Simulation Modelling Engineering Utilities Provision Planning Logistics Management Environmental Engineering Occupational Hygiene Design Pilot Production Testing Plant & Building Modelling Reconciliation Production Planning Drilling & Blasting Stockpiling (ROM) Rock Analysis Rock Classification Ore Grading and Blending Transport Planning Transport Scheduling Contracting Engineering Information Management Customer Relationship Management Order Handling Distributing Business Process Design Process Monitoring & Control Product Marketing Product Development Selling Beneficiation Design Logistics Planning Proof of Concept Quality & Safety Criteria & metrics Design Structural Analysis Refining Smelting Warehousing Demand Management Transporting Customer interacting Customer data management Customer reporting Geographic Information Management Configuration Management Mine Modelling Site Planning Constructing Rock Classification Rock Analysis Hazardous Material Logistics Planning Product Grading and Blending Process Optimization Carbon Operations Reduction Casting Operational Technology Provisioning Production Scheduling Dynamic Scheduling Integrated Planning Billing and Collecting Product Packaging and Storing Commisioning Environmental Engineering Environmental Monitoring Environmental Rehabilitation Assaying Target Generation Exploration Research Data Quality AnalysisAssay Information Management Mineralogical Test Work Screening Separation Crushing Washing FlotationDewatering Ore & Waste Accounting Product Accounting Product Stockpiling Stockpile Modelling Quality Management & Tracking Haulage Plant Management Plant Maintenance Fault Management Transport Planning Fleet Maintenance Waste dumping/ Tailings dam management Enterprise Strategy Business Case Development Financial Reporting Hazardous Material Management Regulatory Compliance Management Stakeholder Relations Management Legal Affairs Management Risk Management Governance Business Planning Business Development Procurement Corporate Image Management Inbound Logistics Enterprise Architecture Material Management Supplier managementProgramme Management Project Management Information Management Staffing Competency Management Performance Management Safety Management ICT Provisioning ICT Support Facilities Management Remuneration Environment Management Health Management Quality Management Outbound Logistics Innovation Research Benchmarking Asset Tracking Asset Lifecycle management Accounting Financial Reporting Treasury Production Monitoring & Control Business Capability map
  14. 14. 14C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Copyright
  15. 15. 15C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Agenda • Structured approach • I present – the enterpriseEnterprise Architecture What is Enterprise architecture: “Enterprise Architecture is about understanding all of the different elements* that go to make up the enterprise and how those elements inter-relate” - IFEAD
  16. 16. 16C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2  “If its not written down it does not exist” – Alan Collins  “You can’t manage what you cannot describe” – John Zachman Enterprise architecture is about the power of description – making things explicit that otherwise are considered based on perception or assumption. My experience
  17. 17. Stop Start Continue Strategist/ Planner perspective Business Owner perspective Architect’s perspective Making things explicit based on perspectives A Zachman derived definition of the six different perspectives
  18. 18. 18C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 Exploration and Mining Business Process Reference Model Strategic Tactical Operational / Mine Site P M C Green Fields Brown Fields Establish R Enterprise Support Exploit Beneficiate Sell RehabilitateDiscover Prospect/ Explore Examine Production Options Acquire Develop Business Plan Assess Mineral Resource Id Area of Interest Acquire Prospecting Rights Execute Sampling Process Cleanse Data Produce Structural Analysis Produce Grade Analysis Produce Mining Layout Analysis Produce Engineering Infrastructure Analysis Produce Beneficiation Analysis Consider Economic Options/ Variables Produce Costing model Examine Financial Alternatives Compile Business Analysis Confirm Acquisition Scope Secure rights ReportControlMeasurePlan ReportControlMeasurePlan Manage Enterprise Strategy Manage Finances Manage Information Technology Manage Human Resources Manage Assets Manage Risk Handle Product Store Product Classify Product Blend Product Package Product Refine Material Smelt Material Refine Material Treat Material Prepare Material Concentrate Material Engage Customer Follow up Leads Manage Customer Relationship Handle Order Take Order Bill and Collect Ship and Distribute Manage Demand Process Financial Transaction Capture Data Handle Material Classify Material Blend Material Store Material Initiate Rehabilitation Prepare Rehabilitation Proposal Obtain Approvals for Rehabilitation Execute Rehabilitation Obtain Stakeholder Acceptance Implement Costed Plan Initiate Establishment Approve the project Finance the project Resource the project Commission Run Pilot Operation Handover to Operations Remove Rock Classify Rock Move Rock Stockpile Ore or Waste Break Rock Create Access Mine Ore Body Extend Infrastructure Manage Corporate Affairs Manage MaterialManage Health, Safety and Environment Design Rehabilitation Collect Rehabilitation Design Criteria Produce Final Rehabilitation Designs Deliver Costed Plan Manage Logistics Construct Develop Operational Capability Build Mineral Extraction Capability Build Facilities Deploy Utilities Build Beneficiation Capability Engineering Design Collect Engineering Design Criteria Produce Conceptual Engineering Designs Select Final Engineering Designs Plan Distribution Ship Order Review & Approve Transaction Support Product Marketing Define Market Strategy and Policy Articulate Product Portfolio Prepare Communications and Promotion Underground Hard Soft Tabular Coal Massive Solution Other Surface Hard Soft Open Pit Open Pit Glory Hole Placer
  19. 19. 19C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2
  20. 20. 20C o p y r i g h t R e a l I R M S o l u t i o n s ( P t y ) L t d 2 0 0 1 - 2 0 1 2 sarina.viljoen@realirm.com Realirm.com http://za.linkedin.com/in/sarina +27 82 825 3496 Contact

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