MineVest signs an agreement with Vale for its Sudbury, Canada operations
MineVest Ltd signs an agreement with Vale for its Sudbury, Canada operations.
MineVest is very pleased to announce that Vale and Norcat have recently appointed our team to undertake the required engineering to design a Soft Sensor for Water Management of Vale Underground Mine.
We will work closely with Vale Innovation team and underground mine operation team to review the existing operational practices and develop a digital solution for monitoring underground mines’ water systems and reducing the potential risks associated with mixing water with a run of mine materials in underground mines.
Minevest’s Toronto Digital Center is responsible for advanced technology research, soft sensors development, and data-driven applications for design and optimizations of mining, mineral processing plants, and operations. Our big data and machine learning center are responsible for developing and researching next-generation AI technology. We believe in working efficiently, fairly, and securely on our world-class mining client’s data and creating the best products and applications to improve their operational productivity.
Vale SA is a Brazilian multinational corporation engaged in metals and mining with operations worldwide. The company is the largest producer of iron ore and Nickel in the world. Annually, its Canadian operation in Sudbury, Ontario, produces almost 65,000 metric tons of Nickel. Vale’s facilities in Northern Ontario have five mines, a mill, a smelter, and a refinery. It is one of the largest integrated mining complexes in the world.