New Office Opened in Toronto, New Appointment and New Developments

New Office Opened in Toronto, New Appointment and New Developments

August 20, 2018 – Ottawa: ThreeDify is proud to announce the opening of a new office located in Toronto, Ontario. ThreeDify has established a strong foundation in Ottawa and we are confident that with the addition of our new office located in Toronto, we will continue to deliver high performance mining software solutions and build a powerful presence in the market.

New office address:
ThreeDify Inc.
88 Queens Quay West, Suite 2500, Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B8
Phone: +1 647 256 5263

ThreeDify is also excited to welcome Mr. Dallas Araneda to our team. Dallas brings a wealth of knowledge about geological and mining software sales and, as a Director of Business Development and Marketing, Dallas will be responsible for contributing to ThreeDify’s vision to become the pre-eminent mining software company.

Dallas has over 12 years of experience in sales and marketing through various platforms and 8 years of experience managing North American sales and marketing operations at Micromine. Please join us in welcoming Dallas to the team!

In addition, ThreeDify is pleased to announce the general availability of Dynamic Anisotropic Minable Shape Optimizer (DAMSO), a new component in GeoMine-Stopemizer that allows the user to easily create Dynamic Anisotropic Minable Shapes (DAMS) that aims to minimize dilutions and maximize recovery while respecting basic geometric and geotechnical constraints.  Dynamic Anisotropy allows anisotropy rotation angles defining the search ellipsoid and variogram model to directly follow the trend of the mineralisation for each cell within a block model that represents an orebody. To mine such an orebody using an underground stoping method, a set of minable shapes is superimposed on top of the block model. An optimal superposition is the one that maximizes recovery and minimizes dilution. Stopemizer DAMSO is a specialized tool specifically designed for creating a set of DAMS from user specified Dynamic Anisotropy paths.