What Is It?
How Does It Work?
When a certain stage of the drill / blast / dig cycle is completed, the RAMJACK Process Execution Management System automatically generates the task for the next resource / asset / equipment type. For automation of assignments to work, the accurate detection of ‘task completion’ is required. This can be done manually through data entry or ‘button pressing’, but it often leverages technology, as data entry by the miner is increasingly unpopular, often inaccurate and almost always inefficient.
Simple and traditional examples of automated Process Execution Management in mining, include:
- On Surface – automatically creating a grader task by having a truck driver flag a bad area of the haul road
- Underground – automatically dispatching secondary breaking equipment based on LHD status changes