Mining Technology, Vol. 132, No. 2, ready to read
UAVs in the mining industry, a VR-based interactive teaching and practice environment, and stope performance using georeferenced octrees and multivariate analysis are among the topics covered.
This issue contains the following articles, which are available to members via My IOM3.
Application of UAVs in the mining industry and towards an integrated UAV-AI-MR technology for mine rehabilitation surveillance
Phillip Stothard & Roohollah Shirani Faradonbeh
A VR-based interactive teaching and practice environment for supporting the whole process of mining engineering education
Jiacheng Xie, Zewen Yan & Xuewen Wang
Life-of-mine optimization for integrated open stope development and production scheduling using a mixed-integer linear programming framework
Emmanuel John Andrew Appianing, Eugene Ben-Awuah & Yashar Pourrahimian
Geotechnical analysis of blasting sequence and resulting shapes of drawbells in block cave mines Nadia Bustos, Ernesto Villaescusa & Italo Onederra
Assessing stope performance using georeferenced octrees and multivariate analysis
Benoît McFadyen, Martin Grenon, Kyle Woodward & Yves Potvin