Authors: Benecke, N
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Abstract:
This paper initially presents the existing solutions in shaft surveying and monitoring, in particular, kinematic survey systems. Shaft surveying and monitoring is essential to the success of high‐performance underground mining operations and to enable 24 hour/seven day shaft operability. Therefore, mining companies have a serious interest in cost-efficient, time-efficient and safe technologies to monitor, inspect and maintain their shafts. In addition, mining companies are obliged to carry out monitoring and inspection of their shafts as a mandatory part of the operational permissions by mining authorities. Due to this demand, the iDeepMon project was awarded funding from the European EIT RawMaterials Network. The project is under way to enhance the already existing shaft surveying technologies towards a fully automated process of shaft inspection, which will be integrated into the overall control process of an autonomous mine. The main part of the paper will provide information about the iDeepMon project, project achievements, and the results and benefits for shaft operations. Keywords: automated shaft surveying, monitoring, inspection

Keywords: automated shaft surveying, monitoring, inspection

Citation:
Benecke, N 2017, 'iDeepMon – intelligent deep mine shaft inspection and monitoring', in M Hudyma & Y Potvin (eds), Proceedings of the First International Conference on Underground Mining Technology, Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth, pp. 411-418.

References:
Benecke, N & Weber, M 2013, ‘A new approach for shaft monitoring by kinematic laser scanning’, Proceedings of the XV Congress of the International Society of Mine Surveying, Institute of Mine Surveyors of South Africa, Marshalltown.
Benecke, N & Koch, M 2016, EIT RawMaterials Upscaling Project iDeepMon, DMT GmbH & Co. KG, Essen, viewed 4 July 2017, http://www.ideepmon.eu
Benecke, N, Hancock, P & Weber, M 2016, ‘Latest developments for practice in shaft inspection’, Proceedings of the XVI Congress of the International Society of Mine Surveying, Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors, Singleton.
Born, A, Benecke, N, Boerner, A, Rapp, S, Stelzer, P, Tsirigotis, N, Weber, M & Zuev, S 2016, ‘Mobile solution for positioning, 3Dmapping and inspection in underground mining’, Proceedings of the XVI Congress of the International Society of Mine Surveying, International Society of Mine Surveyors, published by AIMS (Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors), Singleton.
Gödde, W, Benecke, N, Born, A, Schischmanov, A & Zuev, S 2017, Intelligent Sensing and Navigation in Mining Automation, oral presentation given at German Day 2017 at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada 2017, Toronto.
Hanghøj, K 2016, ‘EIT RawMaterials, a European knowledge and innovation community in raw materials’, keynote speech at the First International Conference Mining in Europe: Aachen International Mining Symposia (AIMS) 2016, Institute of Mineral Resources Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen.
Kröger, G & Benecke, N 2016, iDeepMon Feasibility Study Report, EIT RawMaterials GmbH, Berlin (not published).
MISSTER 2012, Mine Shafts: Improving Security and New Tools for the Evaluation of Risks, European RFSC Research Project.
Zimmermann, K, 2017, UNDROMEDA - Underground Robotic System for Monitoring, Evaluation and Detection Applications, confidential proposal for EIT RawMaterials call for projects 2017 (not published).




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