IREDES: Standardized Information Exchange for Interoperability

Workshop in Sudbury, June 15, 2018 in cooperaton with GMG (Global Mining Guidelines Group)

The workshop gives an introduction into the IREDES standard and it's universal usability for information exchange in the mining industry. The participants first learn about the general aspects, applications and benefits of the standard before they learn how standardization of information exchange works in practice by creating their own small profiles during the day.


The workshop also shows that information exchange not only needs IT experts but also mining specialists to discuss and standardize the content. During the workshop the attendees will create their own small new profile so they are "ready to participate" in the standardization work. Especially the participation of non IT specialists is needed as all information needs to be used somewhere - a matter IT people cannot decide on!

Participation is free for IREDES members, non members are able to attend at a small fee

Simply register by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

AGENDA

09:00 - 09:15 Introduction

09:15 IREDES in general, Presentation
- Background, Status, Benefits

09:45 Areas of application and interest
Group work with the participants about:
- Applications covered today

- Where else standardized information exchange is needed ?
- What features are required ?

10:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:00 Business Benefits
Presentation about stakeholders and their benefits incl. user report and benefits of unified reporting

12:00 LUNCH BREAK

13:00 Universal Usability
This part of the workshop is to show how easy it is to create a new standardized profile. The participants take an example the second session and try to create a profile by setting up the mining specific content

13:45 IREDES inside: Abstracted Architecture and Profiles
This presentation shows how mining specific content is transformed into a computer processable "IREDES profile". Topcis covered are: Structuring the content, Communication of profiles, examples of use, automated IT level processing

14:15 Make it alive: How to use IREDES
In the last active part of the workshop the participants learn how their newly created content can be implemented into an IREDES profile without being a programming specialist: The content is transformed into an computer readable XML schema by using graphic tools.

15:30 Discussion and final remarks

16:00 End of Workshop