We are very excited about the upcoming 2014 SME Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Salt Lake City, Utah. Not only is this in our very own back yard (or is it our front or side yard?) it is a great place for us to show off Flownex Simulation Environment and how useful it is for simulation mining systems. Besides promoting Flownex, we will hae a booth in the exhibit area and we will be presenting a paper on some work we did with ANSYS software for mining. Last years show in Denver was a great experience and we know this years will be as well.
To promote the event and Flownex usage in the industry, we just published the following press release:
The release is accompanied by two great videos that Stephen did showing the usage of Flownex on some real mining problems.
Also, don’t forget that we still have room in our free Denver, Colorado Introduction to Flownex Class.
As always with Flownex, contact Roy Haynie (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.
After working with the mining industry in Arizona for years, we have finally gotten around to joining the two professional groups that work with the industry: Arizona Mining & Industry Get our Support, better known as AMIGOS, and the Arizona Mining Association. We are excited about being able to contribute more to the Arizona mining community through these two groups.
Mining is still a dominant industry in the state, especially copper mining with the state providing 68% of the copper produced in the US in 2011. PADT has supplied software and hardware to both large multinational mining companies, equipment suppliers, and small consultants. We have also provide simulation of mining processes and airflow in mines to several companies. With the addition of Flownex to our product and services offering, our involvement with the industry has grown even more.
But, to be honest, by far and away the coolest part of being involved with mining in all of the states we work in is when we get to go visit a mine, or get to look up close at the huge equipment our customers make. This is some cool engineering. We plan on doing visiting new mines and exploring more equipment as we get more involved with these groups.
If you are interested in joining either group, click here.