Our completed R&D projects
Our completed projects were conducted with Mines ParisTech Geostatistics Group:
2015 – 2018 | uncerTZ
uncerTZ was a 3-year R&D program aiming at developing a new software solution dedicated to time-depth conversion for the Oil and Gas industry.
The consortium resulted in the powerful workflow Conversions & Uncertainties fully embedded into Isatis.neo Petroleum Edition. This pre-configured workflow allows the most comprehensive analysis of spill points and reservoir volumes with a large focus on uncertainty analysis.
2015 – 2018 | H2020 Project – Real-time Mining
Real-time optimization of extraction and the logistic process in highly complex geological and selective mining settings
The aim of Real-Time-Mining was to develop a real-time process-feedback control loop linking online data acquired during extraction at the mining face rapidly with a sequentially up-datable resource model associated with real-time optimization of long-term planning, short-term sequencing, and production control decisions. The project consortium consisted of 13 European partners from 5 countries including Geovariances. Geovariances was specifically involved in a Work Package dealing with the rapid and sequential updating of resource models and testing of geostatistical methodologies to select the one most adapted for the integration of data of varying sources in an industrial context.
2012 – 2015 | S2RM Simulation Scenario Reduction in Mining
S2RM was a 3-year research-development project conducted in partnership with the Cerna of Mines ParisTech whose objective was to provide the mining industry with new software tools for stochastic optimization.
Resulted developments were implemented in Isatis 2015 (Simulation Reduction).
2010 – 2013 | G2DC Geostatistical & Geological Domaining Consortium
G2DC was a four-year research-development project whose objective was to provide the mining industry with new software tools for better taking into account uncertainties in the domain volumes.
Resulted developments were implemented in Minestis 2016 (Domaining and Domain Modeling).
2006-2009 | M2RC Multivariate Recoverable Resources Consortium
M2RC was a 3-year research-development project whose objective was to develop multivariate non-linear geostatistics algorithms in Isatis.
Resulted developments were implemented in Isatis 8.0 and 10.0 (Multivariate Gaussian Anamorphosis Modeling, Multivariate Uniform Conditioning, Direct Block Simulations, Border Effect, Contact Analysis, Gibbs Sampler).