Gemcom to Speak at the Caving 2010 Second International Symposium on Block and Sublevel Caving
PERTH, AUSTRALIA – April 12, 2010 – Gemcom Software International Inc., the largest global supplier of specialized mining productivity solutions, today announced that company executives Dr. Tony Diering, vice president of advanced technologies, and Daniel Villa, senior mining engineer, will be speaking at the Caving 2010 Second International Symposium on Block and Sublevel Caving on the topic “A New Mine Planning Tool for Sublevel Cave Mines.” The speech will introduce a new module, PCSLC, for the Company’s Gemcom PCBC(tm) block caving software. PCSLC has been specifically developed for the planning and scheduling of sublevel caving operations to address the limitations of conventional mine planning software tools, which are not well suited to the evaluation of such deposits.
Who: Dr. Tony Diering, vice president of advanced technologies, Gemcom Software International Inc.
Daniel Villa, senior mining engineer, Gemcom Software International Inc.
What: Caving 2010 Second International Symposium on Block and Sublevel Caving
Event Web site: www.caving2010.com
When: Tuesday, 20 April 2010, 2:30 p.m.
Where: Planning and Design Session
Novotel Perth Langley Hotel
When mining companies seek to increase mine productivity, they turn to Gemcom for technology and services. The Company is home to world-renowned mining solutions like GEMS, Surpac, Minex, Whittle, and InSite and to industry thought-leaders who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in mining. Established in 1985, Gemcom has a global reach delivering comprehensive solutions in all major mining centres in more than 90 countries. Every major mining company, including BHP Billiton, Codelco, De Beers, Newmont and Vale is a Gemcom client. Through a combination of organic growth and strategic acquisitions, the Company has become the largest global supplier of specialised mining productivity solutions. For more information, visit www.gemcomsoftware.com.