Webinar | How to get robust recoverable resources from conditional simulations – EMEA session
Join us for our 30-min webinar and learn how to estimate recoverable resources from geostatistical simulations. It will also be an opportunity to discover how straightforward it is to run simulations and derive critical statistics with Isatis.neo.
The applications of conditional simulations are numerous, and they should be considered each time you need to make risk-informed decisions. They are unique in reproducing the actual variability in your orebody, considering the spatial behavior of the attribute studied. They can be implemented for any deposit type, including kimberlite pipes, porphyry copper, bulk commodities, or hydrothermal deposits. When running simulations, you create a wealth of possible and equiprobable realities from which probabilities and risk scenarios are derived.
Join our consultant Yvan Assy who will explain the main steps to get recoverable resources from simulations.
During this 30-minute webinar, you’ll learn more about:
– the specificities of the common and more advanced simulation methodologies,
– the standard simulation-based workflow for recoverable resource estimation,
– on how to derive probability and quantile maps for quantified uncertainty and risk analysis,
– on how to compute grade-tonnage curves from the simulation outputs.
This will also be your opportunity to have a demonstration of two Isatis.neo essential tools and discover how straightforward it is to launch simulations with the software:
– Simulation validation to control the output quality,
– Simulation reduction to extract a representative subset of simulations, each associated with a probability of occurrence, and characterize the risk attached to a project.
REGISTER TO OUR WEBINAR AND LEARN FROM OUR EXPERTS
Tuesday 4 October 2022, 1:30 pm Paris CEST time
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Please note that another session in English is also scheduled on October 4, 2022, at 2:00 pm AWST Perth time for the APAC region. Click here for more info →
Another session for the North American time zone is planned for later on in October. Stay tuned.