Our guests Max Smeiman and Garth Strachan discuss how the mining technical value chain should be adjusted and what we can learn from the automotive industry.
Read their article: https://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/digitalisation-of-the-technical-value-chain-will-help-unlock-performance-based-industrialisation-2020-06-26/
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Max Smeiman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/max-smeiman-297a131/
Garth Strachan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garth-strachan-593aa134/
The Elytica team doesn't just get excited about algorithms and supercomputers - they also find satisfaction in solving relevant business problems. Join show hosts Empie and Jean as they talk to Fanie Terblanche from Elytica to find out how advance mathematical models can help you meet your business KPI's! Andries Laubser from MineRP joins in to discuss the different ways they are leveraging Elytica's technologies in different industries.
In today’s episode, we are joined by Christian Larsen as we discuss the real reasons behind digital failures and successes, the link between mining and food security, and other interesting, mind-warping topics!
Visit Christian's Vlog, Zero Entry, here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClW1a5zuu9bVZvutZiIo3Fw
In today’s episode Joseph Starwood, Co-Leader for Microsoft’s Worldwide Mining Community, Sean Bredin from BDO and John Megannon from MineRP join show host Empie Strydom to discuss how mining clients can develop a broader strategy around cloud, collaboration, ERP, EAM, mobility, and data integration. Learn what Microsoft’s vision for the future of mining entails, and how MineRP, Microsoft and BDO can help your mine succeed.
In today's episode we are joined by IBM’s Dirk Claessens (Managing Director Global Royal Dutch Shell at IBM) and Vish Narayan (CTO Industrial Sector Analytics/Optimization at IBM) as well as MineRP’s John Megannon (Executive Vice President, Strategy). They talk about how the mining industry can gear itself up for the future, including topics like Watson, artificial intelligence and machine learning in mining, the digital twin, big data issues, IIoT and Short Interval Control - to name a few. Buckle up – it’s going to be an exciting episode!
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Show host Jéan Roux, follows up with Johann Riekert after his previous podcast "Financial Integration Code – What and How?". If you missed the previous episode, listen to it here: shorturl.at/uEG23.
In this episode, we look at why activities are not only for financial purposes. The MineRP building blocks enable long term planning (operational and financial), short term planning (operational and financial), execution (operational and financial) and short interval control (operational and financial). One may be the pianist, the other the vocalist, the other the conductor but together it produces a perfectly harmonized melody.
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Jéan Roux - firstname.lastname@example.org
Show host Jéan Roux, follows up with Johann Riekert after his previous podcast " MineRP Enabled Financial Planning & Control". If you missed the previous episode, listen to it here: https://bit.ly/37a88WS
Today they discuss the use and purpose of the so-called Financial Integration Code (F.I.C) and how features of the MineRP Platform come together with the ERP and FFA and MineRP Work Manager to deliver an integrated planning and execution capability.
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Join show host Jéan Roux as he talks to Marius van Jaarsveld and Reinhard Arndt from Deloitte, with Ockert van Schalkwyk and Anton van der Walt from MineRP as they discuss the integrated Deloitte Clean Cube solution. Modern mining companies all need robust, industry specific ERP functionality, fully integrated with the mining technical domain for planning and operational control. Listen to this episode to find out how MineRP and Deloitte, through the CleanCube configuration turn technology into productivity.
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Ockert van Schalkwyk - email@example.com
Join our show host Empie Strydom as he talks to SAP's Eckhardt Siess (Global Vice President, IBU Mill Products & Mining) and Samir Damag (Senior Director, IBU Mill Products and Mining) along with MineRP's Jéan Roux (SVP: Services, Value & Partners) about delivering an integrated mining enterprise.
In this episode we talk about SAP’s views on the future of mining, industry and approach to innovation and adoption of innovation, working in an ecosystem of partners, the integration of MineRP and SAP (Technical and ERP perspectives on Mine Planning and Operational Control) and an overview of the Intelligent Enterprise.
Join show host Jéan Roux as he talks to Johan Rademan (Global Services Director: Digital Mine at GE Transportation) from GE Transportation/Wabtec about how remote monitoring of assets (fixed and mobile), as well as process monitoring, will improve and add future value for mining clients.
Many mining companies are looking at digital transformation to ensure sustainable shareholder value. But to do this correctly, you need a platform that integrates all current and future expert systems, across the entire value chain, enabling the digital twin and the insight from the mass of data to transform the way you do business.
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Listen in as Francois Naudé continues to share his insights in Part Two of this Podcast series. As a General Manager at Mponeng Gold Mine, the world's deepest and possibly most complex Mining Operation(over 4km underground), it’s important to know what’s happening underground with more than 4 500 people employed. In Part Two Francois talks about how he got his team on board with his vision and how the MineRP Platform can assist mining operations with their digitization journey.
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Listen in as Francois Naudé shares his insights. As a General Manager at Mponeng Gold Mine, the world's deepest and possibly the most complex Mining Operation in the world (over 4km underground), it’s important to know what’s happening underground with more than 4 500 people employed. It requires a Management Framework and business processes enabled by technology for safe execution of an integrated plan.
Co-host Empie Strydom talks to Deloitte South Africa’s Rhyno Jacobs (Director, Core Business Operations) & Jan-Adriaan du Plessis (Director, Deloitte Consulting) along with MineRP's Jéan Roux (SVP Services, Value & Partners) about Partnerships and its role to deliver value to the mining industry.
Show host Empie Strydom talks to MineRP’s Jéan Roux and Andrew Vehkala about MineRP’s “Transition to Virtual” journey over the last few years. They discuss possible challenges and opportunities, and how implementing the right technologies can benefit your operations.
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Show host Jéan Roux, follows up with Johan Riekert after his previous podcast "UBP - Making "month-end reporting" available more than once a month! " available here: http://bit.ly/2FOHnuS
Today they are discussing the second phase - How MineRP enables financial budgets and forecasting in real-time.
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Want to contact Johan Riekert? email him: JRiekert@Minerp.com
Co-host Empie Strydom talks to Dundee Precious Metals' CEO Rick Howes on Digital Transformation in the mining industry. What are the future opportunities when we have the ability to use data in an agile and pro-active manner?
Host Empie Strydom talks to Karuschain COO James McDowel and Franco Megannon (MineRP Product Manager) on how blockchain can change the way we plan and report our mining operations.
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Host Jéan Roux talks to SAIMM Honorary Life Fellow and MineRP’s Director for Mining Standards – Mike Woodhall. Join them as they discuss the value of an information framework in an industry overwhelmed with data, information and analytics.
With access to better technology, mining creates more and more data, adding to the already chaotic requirement for reports. MineRP’s information framework helps to create order from this chaos. This lays the groundwork for more coordinated reporting, inter-domain information flow for translating mining actions into commercial transactions and a much broader range of analytics
Host Jéan Roux talks to MineRP's in-house SAP expert Ockert van Schalkwyk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
They discuss MineRP and SAP's combined view on the mining industry and the value thereof.
MineRP and SAP are both platforms for integrated enterprise information. Both carry true information about the same physical entities but seen through different lenses. MineRP provides a full vertically integrated mine plan, whereas SAP carries both financial and logistical elements of the plan with a high-integrity transaction base. By integrating these platforms, it becomes possible to facilitate a fully functional planning system – from life of mine to millisecond if desired. In addition, further integration also allows recording of Mine Development functionality and Ore Management functionality.
Find out more:
Benefits of MineRP to SAP integration: http://bit.ly/2KYowRV ALSO http://bit.ly/2XH8vG9
Mining's digital twin: http://bit.ly/2V6F63k
Our take on Industry4.0: http://bit.ly/2KUGYLr
Managing spatial data: http://bit.ly/2YvaSc7
Schalk Liebenberg podcast – Unified Spatial Management – The digital Twin - collecting every bit in every byte. http://bit.ly/2S0M6wL
Johan Riekert podcast - UBP - Making "month end reporting" available more than once a month! http://bit.ly/2FOHnuS