Connected Mining Market 2020 Global Share, Trend, Segmentation, Analysis and Forecast to 2026

Global Connected Mining Market Insights 2020

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Research Report On-“Connected Mining Market 2020 Global Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities and Growth, Forecast 2026”

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Connected Mining Market 2020

Study of market overview
This entire report has given a brief analysis of information about this Connected Mining market in a global context. It introduced all its segments, products & services, market performances, market potentiality, etc. This report gives meaningful insights about competitors' strategies, pricing models, technologies adopted by them, etc. This whole report has prepared to predict a future market growth rate of this Connected Mining market for the assessment year 2026. This report also gives information about various manufacturing industries and also described technologies adopted by them.

Key market players
This Connected Mining market analysis report provides all information about market competitions. Along with that, this report provides various information about key players. This Connected Mining market can make a strong business model by knowing all this information properly. Also, it focused on its valuable vendors. For the forecast year 2026, it forecasts market scope for this Connected Mining market. All these factors can also help this Connected Mining market to face those market fluctuations wisely. After following this report, the Connected Mining market can improve its market strategies, pricing model, business policies, product uniqueness, quality, etc. This Connected Mining market can also prepare for future uncertainty by following it.

The top players covered in Connected Mining market are:
Cisco
ABB Group
Rockwell Automation
SAP SE
Hexagon AB
Thingworx
Symbotic Ware
Alastri
Intellisense.Io
Trimble
Accenture

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Risk availability and drivers
There are various factors which are quite essential to drive a market. Some key drivers are sales revenue, volume, product & service quality, customer satisfaction rate, customer retention rate, etc. If these factors are moving smoothly, then some market risk levels can be reduced up to a certain extent. But in a market, certain market risks cannot be avoidable, such as- inflation rate, economic downfall, natural calamities, financial crisis, etc. In this report, analysts have also introduced certain risks, and it will guide this Connected Mining market to fulfil its objectives.

Regional impacts
This report also gives information about the impacts of this Connected Mining market in different regions. This regional description can give Connected Mining market a chance to expand its product lines, specifications, quality, services, etc. A well-prepared regional description can help this Connected Mining market spread its networking worldwide and help compete with competitors.

Research methodology
For conducting this research, various expert analysts have participated in this. They have given a remarkable market insight knowledge by analyzing various marketing factors. All research processes have been conducted based on qualitative and quantitative data. They have taken their samples in sales volumes, demand & supply graph, previous year's growth rate, etc. They also conducted a SWOT analysis to measure market risks and opportunities for the assessment period.

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points
1 Market Overview
1.1 Connected Mining Product Introduction (Definition, Market Development & History, Type)
1.1.1 Connected Mining Definition
1.1.2 Connected Mining Market Development & History
1.1.3 Connected Mining Type
1.1.3.1 Control Systems
1.1.3.2 Safety and Security System
1.1.3.3 Remote Management Solution
1.1.3.4 Others
1.2 Connected Mining Segment by Application and Downstream Consumers
1.3 Industry Environment
1.3.1 Policy Environment
1.3.2 Economics Environment
1.3.3 Sociology Environment
1.3.4 Technology
1.3.5 Similar Industries Market Status
1.3.6 Major Regions Development Status
1.3.7 Industry News Analysis
1.4 Market Trends
1.5 Market Influence Factor
1.6 Marketing Strategy
1.7 Investment Opportunity
1.7.1 Industry Investment Opportunity
1.7.2 Regional Investment Opportunity
1.7.3 Risk Analysis
…..
3 Connected Mining Major Manufactures Profile
3.1 Cisco
3.1.1 Basic Information
3.1.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.1.3 Business Region Distribution
3.1.4 SWOT Analysis
3.2 ABB Group
3.2.1 Basic Information
3.2.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.2.3 Recent Developments
3.2.4 SWOT Analysis
3.3 Rockwell Automation
3.3.1 Basic Information
3.3.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.3.3 Business Region Distribution
3.3.4 SWOT Analysis
3.4 SAP SE
3.4.1 Basic Information
3.4.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.4.3 Business Region Distribution
3.4.4 SWOT Analysis
3.5 Hexagon AB
3.5.1 Basic Information
3.5.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.5.3 Business Region Distribution
3.5.4 SWOT Analysis
3.6 Thingworx
3.6.1 Basic Information
3.6.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.6.3 Business Region Distribution
3.6.4 SWOT Analysis
3.7 Symbotic Ware
3.7.1 Basic Information
3.7.2 Sales, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin and Global Share
3.7.3 Business Region Distribution
3.7.4 SWOT Analysis
Continued…..

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Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market 2020 Global Share,Trend,Segmentation And Forecast To 2025

WiseGuyReports.Com Publish a New Market Research Report On –“ Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market 2020 Global Share,Trend,Segmentation And Forecast To 2025”.

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Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market 2020

Description: –

The global Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market size was in the range of xyz%. At the end of 2019, COVID-19 began to erupt in China, Due to the huge decrease of global economy; we forecast the growth rate of global economy will show a decrease of about 4%, due to this reason, Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market size in 2020 will be xx with a growth rate of xyz%. This is xyz percentage points lower than in previous years.

This Report covers the manufacturers’ data, including shipment, price, revenue, gross profit, interview record, business distribution etc., these data help the consumer know about the competitors better. This report also covers all the regions and countries of the world, which shows a regional development status, including market size, volume and value, as well as price data.

Besides, the report also covers segment data, including type segment, industry segment, channel segment etc. cover different segment market size, both volume and value. Also cover different industries client’s information, which is very important for the manufacturers.

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Major Key Company Profiles included are :-

Oerlikon
Miba
Morgan Advanced Materials
Renishaw
IBC Coatings
Richter Precision
Acree Technologies
Norseld
Micromatter
Wallwork Heat Treatment

This report majorly focused on a market analysis part and introduced many Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market insights across the globe. It examined the market potentiality, value, volume, performance, etc. from a global context. This market analysis has conducted by various research analysts. They have predicted the future scope, performance level, sales volume, etc. for the production year 2025. It can help this Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market to beat the expected market competition by developing its growth. This report can also give various description of products & services and their uniqueness about this Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market.

This report also contains information about its market shares values along with its market price fluctuation information. This report can easily track the market growth rate and notice the demand and supply graph. You can see whether the graph is rising or declining and can also know the factors responsible for that. There are other important facts which you can see, such as sales volume and level of customer satisfaction, because these factors are vital for a market potentiality. This report also analyzed those customer churn density because a product demand graph can be affected.
This report analyses the Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market performance from various aspects such as USP, resource planning, budget planning, resource utilization, marketing metrics, etc. Those analysts have verified these things efficiently because these factors can help a market to reach up to its customers.

In this report, the market analysis part is quite effective because it has also visualized it from the segmental perspective. Those analysts also judge that whether the market is growing flat or shrinking. If flat, then what are the causes and if shrinking and what factors are responsible for that. All data are collected from primary sources, and each sample is collected based on sales volume, market shares, product quality, etc.

This assessment report will vary from year to year according to market performance. Every year these competition levels also increase because new competitors are coming rapidly into to market every year. So this Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market needs to develop its product & service quality according to customer's demand. Also, this Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market needs to update its technologies, strategies, planning, etc. This entire report has focused on analyzing the Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market position from various prospects, which will help this Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) market in its long run. Also, it helps to recover all short-term and long-term market risks. This whole report was prepared to analyse its future possibilities for the assessment year 2025.

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Table of Contents – Major Key Points

Section 1 Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Product Definition

Section 2 Global Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market Manufacturer Share and Market Overview

Section 3 Manufacturer Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Business Introduction

Section 4 Global Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market Segmentation (Region Level)

Section 5 Global Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market Segmentation (Product Type Level)

Section 6 Global Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market Segmentation (Industry Level)

Section 7 Global Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market Segmentation (Channel Level)

Section 8 Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Market Forecast 2020-2025

Section 9 Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Segmentation Product Type

Section 10 Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) Segmentation Industry

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ITFirms Lists Top Free, Open-Source Statistical Analysis Software

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This excerpt is to acquaint you with the top free and open-source statistical analysis software that is currently in use and has some future.

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — This excerpt is to acquaint you with the top free and open-source statistical analysis software that is currently in use and has some future.

Crux of PR

ITfirms selected a list of Statistical Analysis Software which are a set of programs that are used for defining, arranging, sorting, interpreting or presenting a data set.

What is Statistical Analysis?

Statistical analysis is not field-specific. It can be used to collect and study scientific data, study underlying patterns, explore trends that are applied every day in the research industry and government to take logical decisions.

What are they used for?

Statistical Analysis Software can be used for Exploratory analysis, Data visualization, Linear filters, Simple smoothing, Classical test procedures, Parametric modelling – deterministic trends, the Linear trend, multiple regression techniques, violations of assumptions, nonlinear trends, nonparametric trend estimation, generalized linear models, inference with small samples, additive modelling, multiple covariates, an introduction to nonparametric regression, other nonparametric estimation techniques, parametric or nonparametric, stochastic trends, and their properties, trend removal via differencing, long memory models, models for irregularly spaced series, state-space and structural models, nonlinear models, multisite data, multivariate series, point process data, trends in extremes, censored data, data exploration.

Top Free and Open-Source Statistical Analysis Software

ITFirms selected top 10 statistical analysis tools:

1. JASP
2. SOFA
3. GNU PSPP
4. SCI LABS
5. Jamovi
6. MacAnova
7. Past
8. Develve
9. Invivostat
10. IBM SPSS

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Konstant Peddled Up #1 Mobile App Development Companies India

Konstant Infosolutions - Top Web & Mobile App Development Company

Mobile App Development Services by Konstantinfo

We are glad to share this news after being selected as the topmost mobile app development company in India by Clutch in October 2020!

UNITED STATES, October 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — This pandemic came up with some potential, to scare and confine people within their physical boundaries, but simultaneously supercharging app development as more companies look to continue their businesses with a remote workforce. Remote work collaboration has to be streamlined with contact tracing work to enhance consumer e-commerce connections. For this, organizations are now looking for on-demand application development options to address current concerns and create a framework for future success.

As Clutch Noticed Us

We are still in midst of the Covid-19 crisis and the prospect of resolution is still over the horizon, the current listing amongst top India mobile app developers by Clutch gives us the confidence to say that we are able to ensure the apps that we created earlier and even during lockdown remain reliable and relevant even as the "next to normal" emerges.

We created mobile applications to solve a simple everyday problem like app for teachers, apps for online learning, apps for paramedics, apps for a doctor consultation, apps with geo-location/GPS, apps for online tutoring, social media applications, dating applications, and many more.

The Strategies We Followed

We vouched over the best development trends to propel our efforts, making the most of the emerging expectations:

• Working With Remote Teams: While we knew that our development, analysts, optimization and test teams were geographically dispersed, and the current trends will be carried forward even as the virus pressure eases, we continued working that way, moving towards next-normal operations.

• Technical Glitches And Security: Initially, we did had to combat with technical glitches and monitoring the productivity of our teams, but then with the help of videoconferencing, collaboration apps, communications on mails/chats/messengers/phone calls – we were able to combine a consistent stream of software and hardware updates to deliver improved connections. It was also important to get everything right, to ensure broad employee adoption.

• Robust Security Practices: We kept robust application security practices in mind as we worked with our remote teams, without affecting the functionality or performance of the applications. Often the cyber-attackers have been taking of industry imbalance but our software solutions are upright with secure coding practices.

• Delightful Solutions: Moreover, as we work towards delighting our clients, we completely understand that even if the conditions are playing a number on us, our mobile applications should bring in some solace.

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New Data Shows That Climate Changes Far More Rapidly and Frequently Than Currently Imagined

Twenty-five sudden warmings observed in ice cores from the summit of Greenland.

Twenty-five sudden warmings observed in ice cores from the summit of Greenland.

The greatest volcanism (red) was contemporaneous with the greatest temperature (black) at the end of the last ice age.

The greatest volcanism (red) was contemporaneous with the greatest temperature (black) at the end of the last ice age.

The Bárðarbunga basaltic eruption in 2014-15 covered 33 square miles of land in central Iceland.

The Bárðarbunga basaltic eruption in 2014-15 covered 33 square miles of land in central Iceland.

For millions of years, air temperatures rose suddenly within years and cooled slowly over a few thousand years forming highly erratic, saw-toothed sequences.

I started wondering how volcanic eruptions could cause warming. As I worked my way through more than 10,000 scientific papers, clear scientific evidence led me to these most unexpected conclusions.”

— Dr. Peter L. Ward

JACKSON, WYOMING, UNITED STATES, October 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Detailed analyses of air bubbles in ice cores drilled under Summit Greenland document 25 times from 115,000 to 10,000 years ago when air temperatures in Greenland warmed 10 to 16℃ (18 to 29℉) out of ice-age conditions within years but then cooled incrementally back into ice-age conditions over millennia. These saw-toothed sequences were highly erratic in onset, intensity, and duration but averaged about 4000 years in length.

“Any explanation for the cause of climate change must explain these very distinctive footprints,” according to Dr. Peter L. Ward, a volcanologist and geophysicist who worked 27 years with the US Geological Survey. Ward has spent the last 14 years trying to understand both the relationship between volcanism and climate change and the physics of why climate changes.

Ward will be presenting his conclusions at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America on Thursday, October 27th in a session focused on volcanism and tectonics along rift zones and volcanic arcs.

All major explosive volcanic eruptions throughout recorded history have been followed by two to four years of global cooling by approximately 0.5℃ (0.9℉). For centuries, volcanologists and climate scientists have thought the primary effect of volcanic eruptions on climate was cooling. Throughout written history, many major famines and even the fall of empires have been contemporaneous with cooling following major explosive volcanic eruptions.

Explosive volcanoes eject megatons of water vapor and sulfur dioxide into the lower stratosphere where they form sulfuric-acid aerosols, or a mist, that spreads around the world within months, reflecting and scattering sunlight. The larger the explosive eruption the longer-lived the aerosols.

The largest explosive volcanic eruption since 1912 was in June 1991 when Mt. Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted. Using data from satellites, scientists were able to track the formation and spread of the aerosols.

Modelling shows that when ocean surface temperatures are decreased for only a few years, deeper ocean temperatures are decreased for as much as a century. Thus, several major explosive eruptions per century, continuing for millennia, can cool oceans slowly, incrementally, down into ice age conditions as observed.

“You can imagine my surprise,” Ward explains, “when I discovered excellent data showing that rapid warming at the end of the last ice age was contemporaneous with the greatest concentrations of volcanic sulfur dioxide in Greenland ice cores. This suggests that volcanic eruptions can also cause global warming. How could that be?”

The warming at the end of the last ice age was contemporaneous with basaltic volcanism primarily in Iceland. Basalt is a primitive magma that rises directly from deep within Earth’s mantle. Basalts are much hotter that explosive magmas. Basaltic eruptions are not usually very explosive. They just ooze basaltic lava out over the land as seen in Hawaii.

Twelve basaltic volcanic centers in Iceland formed precisely during the periods of greatest warming at the end of the last ice age. Throughout Earth history, periods of rapid warming have been contemporaneous with extensive flows of basaltic lavas. Two-hundred and fifty-one million years ago, for example, basaltic lavas covered an area in Siberia almost as large as the United States. Oceans became as hot as hot tubs. Nearly 96% of all marine species and 70% of all land species went extinct.

The most important evidence for explaining how basalts could cause warming started to accumulate in the late 1960s. Humans began manufacturing large volumes of chlorofluorocarbon gases (CFCs) used widely for refrigerants, spray-can propellants, and foam blowing agents. By 1970, the ozone layer in the lower stratosphere began to disappear. In late winter, ozone over Antarctica became depleted by as much as 90%, forming the well-known Antarctic ozone hole.

In 1974, atmospheric chemists discovered that CFC gases, when they reach the stratosphere, are broken down by solar ultraviolet radiation to release atoms of chlorine. One atom of chlorine can destroy 100,000 molecules of ozone. These scientists earned the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their discovery.

When the ozone layer is depleted, more solar ultraviolet-B radiation is observed to reach Earth where it warms polluted air and oceans very efficiently. As production of CFCs increased, average global temperatures rose.

In 1987, the United Nations passed the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer severely limiting production of CFCs. Sure enough, the increase in CFCs stopped in 1993. The increase in ozone depletion stopped in 1995. And the increase in global temperatures stopped in 1998. Humans had caused the warming by production of CFCs and humans stopped the increase in warming by curtailing the production of CFCs. Unfortunately, CFCs are very stable chemicals, so the warming will continue for many decades as the ozone layer slowly recovers.

Average global temperatures did not change much from 1998 through 2013. But they rose quickly from 2014 to 2016, the hottest year on record. In 2014, the basaltic volcano Bárðarbunga in central Iceland began erupting for six months. This was the largest basaltic eruption since 1783.

Since the last ice age, periods of major warming have been contemporaneous with major flows of basaltic lavas covering hundreds of square kilometers of land. Ward explains that “we do not yet know the precise chemical path for how the unusually high concentrations of chlorine and bromine in basaltic lavas reach the stratosphere, but convection above 1200℃ lava surfaces must play a major role.”

“But,” Ward exclaims, “the greatest surprise came when I discovered a mistake in the physics of warming that shows greenhouse gases cannot physically be the cause of warming observed since 1950 or throughout Earth history. Climate change appears to be controlled primarily by volcanoes. Basaltic lava flows cause rapid warming. Sequences of major explosive volcanic eruptions cause slow incremental cooling.”

Ward is somewhat amazed as he looks back at what happened. “In 2006, I started wondering how volcanic eruptions could cause warming. As I worked my way through more than 10,000 scientific papers, clear scientific evidence led me to these most unexpected conclusions that appear to be revolutionary.”

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Climate change is caused by large basaltic lava flows causing rapid global warming while explosive eruptions in volcanic arcs cause slow, incremental cooling


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At 6.7% CAGR, Mining Drilling Services Market Set to Grow $4.4 billion by 2030

Mining Drilling Services

Mining Drilling Services

Global Mining Drilling Services Market 2020-2030: Business Development and Growth Opportunities by Industry Expert

PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, October 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The mining drilling services market size was valued at $2.5 billion in 2019, and is projected to reach $4.4 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 6.7% from 2020 to 2030.The demand for drilling services majorly depends on the exploration, production, and development activities conducted by mining companies, specifically with respect to commodities such as gold, copper, and other metals. Drilling services also comprise wide range of drilling technologies such as surface &underground diamond coring, reverse circulation, sonic drilling, and others.

The demand for drilling services is expected to increase in metal mining. This is attributed to rise in production of electric vehicles. As rise in production of electric vehicles fuels the adoption of lithium, which is used in the manufacturing of batteries. However, currently, the mining activities in Asia are hampered and the exports are disrupted due to COVID-19. Moreover, because of the quarantine measures, the supply chain is shattered across the global market, which is negatively impacting the market.

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The mining drilling services market is analyzed on the basis of mining type and region. On the basis of mining type, the market is fragmented into coal, metal, mineral, and quarry. On the basis of region, the market is analyzed across the U.S., Asia-Pacific, and rest of the world. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. mines produced nearly $82.2 billion in minerals in the year 2018. There is 3% increase in the mining production as compare to the production in the year 2017. This increase in mining and production activities in the region drives the growth of the U.S. drilling services market. China, India, Australia, and Indonesia are the top players in the coal production globally, which is driving the mining drilling services market growth in the Asia-Pacific region. Most of the coal produced in Asia-Pacific is utilized in the electricity production followed by the iron & steel industry, and other.

On the basis of mining type, the mineral segment accounted for the highest share in the market, more than half of market, in 2019. In addition, the metal segment accounted for one fourth market share. This is attributed to increase in the demand for lithium, and cobalt owing to rise in adoption of lithium from battery manufacturers. By region, Asia-Pacific accounted for the second highest share in the market; around 57.0% share in 2019. This is attributed to the presence of key players in the region.

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The major player studied and profiled in the global mining drilling services Market are Boart Longyear, Ausdrill, Action D&B, PAMA, and Byrnecut Australia.

Key Findings Of The Study:
• On the basis of mining type, the coal segment garnered a share of 4.4% in 2019 in terms of revenue.
• By region, Europe and North America acquired the more than half of mining drilling services market share in 2019, and Asia-Pacific is anticipated to be the largest segment by the end of 2030.
• Australia is the fastest growing market in the pharmaceuticals sector, registering a significant CAGR during the forecast period
• Mineral mining segment is the capturing major share in the mining drilling services market, growing at a significant CAGR from 2020 to 2030.
• Layne Drilling is the key player in the U.S. mining drilling services market, holding around one-fourth market share.

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Salon Virtuel du SIM Sénégal

Salon Virtuel du SIM Senegal

Salon Virtuel du SIM Senegal

Sous le Haut Patronage de Son Excellence Macky SALL, Président de la République du Sénégal

DAKAR, SENEGAL, October 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Les conclusions et recommandations de la révision du code minier sénégalais (2016) seront faites lors du Salon Virtuel du SIM Sénégal

Dans leurs efforts continus pour mettre en valeur le secteur minier du Sénégal qui figure parmi les six secteurs prioritaires retenus par le Plan Sénégal Emergent (PSE) pour booster l’économie, et en vue de la Conférence & Exposition Internationale sur les Mines du Sénégal (SIM Sénégal 2021), le Ministère des Mines et de la Géologie en collaboration avec AME Trade Ltd organisera du 3 au 5 novembre 2020, le Salon Virtuel du SIM Sénégal.

La cérémonie d'ouverture en direct du Salon virtuel du SIM Sénégal sera présidée par Son Excellence Macky SALL, Président de la République du Sénégal. Il dirigera également le débat centré sur les conclusions et recommandations issues des ateliers thématiques sur le bilan d’étape du Code minier sénégalais de 2016.

Sous le thème "Pour un secteur minier résilient au Sénégal", d'autres discussions porteront sur l'impact de COVID-19 sur le secteur minier et sur ce qui doit être pris en compte pour renforcer le secteur minier en vue de la durabilité et de la croissance. Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer que le Ministre des mines et de la géologie de la République du Sénégal prononcera un exposé introductif et nous vous invitons à suivre les annonces au fur et à mesure que d'éminents orateurs confirmeront leur participation.

L'événement virtuel fait partie de la Conférence et Exposition du SIM Sénégal, qui s'est établie comme l'un des plus grands événements miniers en Afrique de l'Ouest et est le seul événement soutenu par le gouvernement sénégalais dédié à l'expansion du secteur minier du pays.

La 6ème édition du SIM Sénégal devait avoir lieu en novembre 2020, mais en raison de COVID-19, elle a été reportée à juin 2021.

Ainsi, le Salon virtuel 2020 sur le thème « Pour une secteur minier résilient au Sénégal » comprendra une conférence virtuelle de deux jours, des présentations en direct, des débats, une exposition virtuelle et un point de rencontres virtuelles pour les réunions interentreprises.

Le Salon Minier Virtuel du SIM Sénégal comptera des acteurs clés du marché, qui exposeront leurs produits et services virtuellement, à savoir Forage FTE, Geotec Afrique, Olipes, SSTP, SGS, Haladjian, Somiva, Roc Impact, Trelleborg, Krohne, Titanobel, S.I.G. SPA, Ste. Senegalaise, Mineex, Saudequip, Sococim, CTA Group, Vivo Energy Senegal, IDC Drilling company, Agts, Schenck Process et Sotrafa.

Le Sénégal possède un portefeuille diversifié de ressources minérales à différent stades de dévelloppement, d'excellentes infrastructures portuaires et routières, une main-d'œuvre qualifiée, et se positionne en tant que centre financier de l'Afrique de l'Ouest francophone. Ces ressources minérales sont à différents stades de développement.

Les participants du Salon Virtuel du SIM Senegal peuvent s'inscrire en tant que: délégué, sponsor, exposant et en tant que conférencier via le site officiel https://simsenegal.com/fr/salon-virtuel/ ou en contactant l'équipe par email senegal@ametrade.org .

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DURANGO DISPATCHES CREW to EAST BARRY PROPERTY at WINDFALL LAKE, QC

QFP Vein

QFP Vein

Windfall Road

Durango Resources Inc. is pleased to report that it has started an exploration program on the East Barry Property at Windfall Lake, Québec.

Durango Resources Inc. (TSX:DGO)

Durango will continue to explore the East Barry Property in the upcoming weeks concurrently with its ongoing drill campaign on the Trove Property.”

— Marcy Kiesman, CEO

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, October 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Durango Resources Inc. (TSX.V-DGO) (Frankfurt-86A1) (OTCQB -ATOXF), (the “Company” or “Durango”) is pleased to report that further to its news release dated October 8, 2020, the Company has started an exploration program on the East Barry Property which is located 2km east of the Trove Property at Windfall Lake, Québec.

The East Barry Property was recently expanded in size and is now 7,740 hectares, bordering Osisko Mining Inc. (TSX:OSK) on the west and Bonterra Resources Inc. (TSXV:BTR) on the north. Durango’s exploration crew was tasked with exploring the East Barry along the 10km long gold in till trend for geological reconnaissance. The crew has also been asked to proceed with a north south Spontaneous Polarity (“SP”) geophysical survey across an area of high interest.

Due to the rehabilitation of old access roads, the exploration team is able to complete geological reconnaissance in areas previously unaccessible on the East Barry Property. New outcrops have been discovered on high ground providing key geological information for the area. During this exploration campaign on the East Barry Property, a mineralized quartz feldspar porphyry (“QFP”) dike associated with quartz veins was discovered (see Figure 1).

Marcy Kiesman, CEO of Durango, stated, “Durango’s exploration crew took the opportunity of favourable weather and newly rehabilitated roads to expand the ground exploration program onto the East Barry Property. The East Barry Property has minimal outcrop, so all of the information we can gather on rock exposure is extremely important in order to identify geological similarities with the Windfall Lake deposit and potential mineralization associations. Durango will continue to explore the East Barry Property in the upcoming weeks concurrently with its ongoing drill campaign on the Trove Property. We look forward to analyzing the results in comparison with our neighbours’ data.”

The technical contents of this press release were approved by George Yordanov, professional geologist, an Independent Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101. The Trove Property has not yet been subject to an NI-43-101 report.

Trove Property, Québec
Durango owns 100% interest in the Trove claims, which are surrounded by Osisko Mining Inc. (TSX-OSK), in the Windfall Lake area between Val d’Or and Chibougamau, Québec. The 1,185 hectare property is compelling due to the coincidence of gold found in tills coinciding with magnetic highs, several Induced Polarization anomalies and two faults crosscutting the property. The fault systems north and south of the Trove, control gold mineralization elsewhere, indicating the Trove has excellent exploration potential. Durango received all the final drill permits for the Trove property in September 2019 and is currently undertaking its inaugural drill program.

East Barry Property, Québec
Durango owns 100% interest in the East Barry claims which run parallel to Trove claims. The East Barry block is over 7,740 hectares in size and borders the eastern perimeter of Osisko’s holdings and the southern perimeter of Bonterra’s holdings and is less than 4km south of the Gladiator deposit. The East Barry claims host a gold trend which covers approximately 10km in length and is subparallel to the main Barry Fault held by Osisko Mining. In 2018, a till sampling program was conducted by Durango and one of the till samples returned forty-two (42) pristine gold grains with reported gold values of 2.184 g/t Au. A high count of pristine gold grains indicates that the gold has travelled a very short distance from its source. The East Barry block underwent an Induced Polarization (“IP”) survey in 2018 which identified a high priority target coincident with the high count of pristine gold grains.

About Durango
Durango is a natural resources company engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties. The Company is positioned for discovery with a 100% interest in a strategically located group of properties in the Windfall Lake gold camp in the Abitibi region of Québec, Canada.

For further information on Durango, please refer to its SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com.

Marcy Kiesman, CEO
Telephone: 604.428.2900 or 604.339.2243
Email: durangoresourcesinc@gmail.com
Website: www.durangoresourcesinc.com

Forward-Looking Statements
This news release contains “forward‐looking information or statements” within the meaning of applicable securities laws, which may include, without limitation, statements that address the upcoming work programs, and other statements relating to the business, financial and technical prospects of the Company. All statements in this news release, other than statements of historical facts, that address events or developments that the Company expects to occur, are forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements.

Such statements and information are based on numerous assumptions regarding present and future business strategies and the environment in which the Company will operate in the future, including the price of minerals, the ability to achieve its goals, that general business and economic conditions will not change in a material adverse manner, that financing will be available if and when needed and on reasonable terms. Such forward-looking information reflects the Company’s views with respect to future events and is subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions, including those filed under the Company’s profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward looking statements include, but are not limited to, continued availability of capital and financing and general economic, market or business conditions. The Company does not undertake to update forward‐looking statements or forward‐looking information, except as required by law.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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How to Improve Flow-Paced Chlorine Dosing in Water Treatment Oxidation Processes

Improved Flow-Paced Chlorine Dosing

Improved Flow-Paced Chlorine Dosing

Watercore - WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND PURIFICATION FOR BUSINESSES

Watercore – WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND PURIFICATION FOR BUSINESSES

Feedback dosing control, where flow-pace is combined with a residual Chlorine or ORP sensor feedback, is the best available dosing control for oxidation.

Feedback dosing control, where flow-pace is combined with a residual Chlorine or ORP sensor feedback, is the best available dosing control for oxidation.”

— David Garcia

EDGECLIFF, NSW, AUSTRALIA, October 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — 1. INTRODUCTION
Chlorination is an oxidation process widely used in the water treatment industry for different purposes, such as disinfection or Iron and Manganese precipitation and removal or wastewater treatment.

Chorine is a powerful oxidant commercially available in different forms, however from a chemical perspective the oxidation process is generally, slow and non selective. Both aspects bring challenges to the dosing process.

Chemicals are expensive. This is not only regarding procurement, but transport, storage and operator training add costs to the equation. There is also an environmental toll, so using the minimum dosing amount will safe money and reduce other business efforts.

In those situations where the water flow is constant and there is a consistent water quality, a manual dosing control can be enough. However, in most water treatment applications the feed water quality is very inconsistent and a more complex Chlorine dosing control is required.

In disinfection and oxidation applications, a minimum residual Chlorine level is expected to verify that the process is complete. Chlorine injection will be controlled based on that parameter.

2. WHY THE LACK OF SELECTIVITY IS A CHLORINATION CHALLENGE
Whenever Chlorine is dosed into a water stream, it will trigger different oxidation reactions with dissolved and suspended matter:
Oxidising organic compounds
Oxidising bacteria, virus and micro-organisms and so disinfecting the water
Oxidising inorganic compounds, such as dissolved Iron and Manganese

All those reactions will be responsible for the “Chlorine demand” of that water stream and will consume the free-Chlorine available. Unfortunately, it is not possible to stop any of those reactions from happening, whether or not they are part of your concerns.

However, when disinfection is the main objective, it is possible and in general much better to filter out as many organic compounds as possible before the oxidation process is initiated. It is also possible and recommended to run Iron and Manganese oxidation and removal in a separate initial stage, as this reaction can be catalysed and Iron and Manganese precipitates will be harmful to any downstream process.

Filtering organic compounds and removing Fe and Mn will facilitate the disinfection process and reduce the Chlorine demand on the water stream, so chemical dosing will be minimised.

3. FLOW-PACE DOSING CONTROL
Many Chlorine dosing systems use a very basic control based on the flow rate. This control adapts to changes in the flow, but not to changes in the water quality or Chlorine degradation (common with time, light exposure, etc.).

In the flow pacing dosing control, the dosing pump receives a signal from a flow meter (typically pulses) and reacts accordingly, increasing or decreasing the dosing rate. The flow meter should be installed in-line with the dosing pump to guarantee accurate flow-pace dosing.

Unfortunately, flow-pace dosing control does not guarantee consistent downstream Chlorine residual or contact time. The problem is that the actual Chlorine demand in the feed water stream depends on many water parameters. For example, a higher organic load or the presence of Iron and Manganese will mean an increase of the Chlorine demand.

To address these changes in the raw water characteristics and/or the degradation of the dosed Chlorine, a Chlorine residual or an ORP signal can be added to the equation to improve the overall system response.

4. FEEDBACK DOSING CONTROL
The feedback dosing is a more advanced control in which the flow-pace dosing system is adjusted based on a Chlorine residual (or ORP) signal and an operator-entered set-point. It can be considered as an improvement of the flow-pace method, and in most cases will require a PLC, as most dosing pumps in the market can only be controlled by external pulses.

When the measured residual is higher than the set-point, the Chlorine injection rate is reduced and vice versa.

A very important consideration when implementing feedback dosing control is that this system must take into account the process lag-time. Process lag time is the time from when a change in Chlorine injection is made to when the measured Chlorine residual (or ORP) reflects the change.

The process time will depend on chemical, physical and practical installation parameters:
Hydraulic transport of Chlorine between the dosing point and the sensor
The place where the sensor can be installed to provide a reliable measurement
Mixing of the Chlorine with water and chemical oxidation time

5. FEEDBACK SENSOR: FREE-CHLORINE VS ORP
In choosing a sensor for our PLC controlled water treatment units, flexibility is key. The integration process is so much simpler when familiar with the sensors used so we always recommend to reduce the range.

There are three basic questions to ask before choosing a sensor:
In how many different applications is it useful?
Is the accuracy enough for our typical applications?
Do I understand how it works?
In this sense, an ORP sensor is a better option than a free-Chlorine sensor. Initially, it can be used with any Oxidant, not just with Chlorine. Secondly, oxidation potential is quite a simple concept, easy to measure. Free-Chlorine readings need to take different chemical compounds into consideration and is very PH dependent. In addition, the technical data sheet for most free-Chlorine sensors in the market don’t quite explain what they measure and that is unhelpful.

6. CONTROL CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROCESS LAG-TIME
To account for the lag-time, the control loop must be tuned to react slowly in comparison to the process lag-time. If not, the dosing will be quite unstable. However, by increasing the response time, the control performance will be reduced and the residual level will oscillate around the setting point.

In those cases where the feedwater quality has high variability, a long process lag-time can result in controller settings that can’t deliver acceptable performance. Hence, it may be impractical to use a single feedback control loop where the Chlorine residual feedback is measured too far downstream of the injection point. Ideally, the total lag-time should not exceed 3 to 5 minutes.

7. CONCLUSION
Feedback dosing control, where a flow-pace control is combined with a residual Chlorine or ORP sensor feedback reading,

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Copper North Mining Mails Meeting Materials

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, October 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Copper North Mining Corp. (TSX.V: COL) (“Copper North”) announced today that it has mailed meeting materials with respect to its previously announced special meeting of shareholders scheduled to take place on November 13, 2020. The meeting was called to, among other things, approve a plan of arrangement with Granite Creek Copper Ltd. (the "Arrangement"). Copper North obtained an interim order for the Arrangement from the British Columbia Supreme Court on October 16, 2020.

Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, we ask that shareholders vote by proxy rather than attend the meeting in person. All shareholders will be permitted to listen to the meeting by using the following conference call information:

Canada Local: 604-692-4079

Canada/US Toll Free: 800-891-1580

Conference Pass Code: 861025

Copper North received an extension from the British Columbia Registrar of Companies for holding its annual general meeting no later than March 12, 2021.

About Copper North Mining

Copper North Mining Corp. is a Canadian exploration and development company focused on the 100%-owned Carmacks Cu-Au-Ag project located in the Carmacks copper district in the central Yukon Territory of Canada. The Carmacks district is a 180 km long by 60 km wide belt of intrusion related Cu-Au-Ag deposits including Pembridge Resources’ Minto mine, Granite Creek’s Stu project, and Copper North’s Carmacks project.

Learn more about the Company and our Carmacks Project at www.coppernorthmining.com.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Copper North Mining Corp.
John Cumming, President and CEO

Telephone: 1 (604) 618-4262
Email: info@coppernorthmining.com
Website: www.coppernorthmining.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

John Cumming
Copper North Mining
+1 (604) 618-4262
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