GEOVIA MineSched™

Advanced Tactical Mine Planning & Scheduling 

Unlock the Power of Your Mine Schedules

GEOVIA MineSched makes developing a tactical mine plan — a plan that turns the decisions defined in a long-term strategic mine plan into a schedule to guide day-to-day operations — breathtakingly easy by providing intuitive, rapid setup, and guided workflows that enable the creation of target-based, long- and short-term schedules from pre-created block and polygon models. 

For open pit mines, MineSched supports efficient, automated scheduling of pit push-backs and mining benches. For underground mines, it allows engineers to model material flow through re-mucks, ore passes, and material transport levels. For all mines, it expedites comparisons between thousands of potential scheduling scenarios to help determine the one schedule with the highest operational productivity and profitability.


Tactical Mine Planner

Produce practical and executable tactical mine plans from a long term strategic plan, for the optimal development and exploitation of the ore body.

  • For open pit mines, accepts and schedules any number of pits
  • For underground mines, supports scheduling of development advance as well as stope production
  • Heuristic algorithms for target-based scheduling allow superior results to be obtained when targeting specific material ratios and quality objectives
  • Manages stockpiles
  • Calculates haulage requirements
  • Supports all minerals and mining methods
  • Development & production planning integration for sub-level caving


Since we have started working with MineSched, our team training and mine planning at Meadowbank has improved significantly.

Yvon Sylvestre, Senior Vice President, Operations, Agnico Eagle Canada & Europe

  MineSched is an amazing tool – if you don’t manage your time and schedule effectively, you won’t be able to meet your mine objectives. Managing all of this in a spreadsheet would be impossible.

Stephane Frechette, Engineering Assistant Superintendent Agnico Eagle Meadowbank mine

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