RungePincockMinarco (RPM) has released the latest version of its TALPAC haulage and loading simulation solution. TALPAC 11 offers innovative and dynamic user interface enhancements, as well as an expansion of its equipment library, which is the largest in the industry.
“This latest release of TALPAC with its enhanced user interface environment and expanded equipment database will help our users achieve the next level of productivity needed,” said Simulation Solutions Product Manager, Adam Price.
“TALPAC is one of our grassroots products that is widely known and respected throughout the mining industry,” continued Price. “With mine productivity and efficiency at the forefront of mining agendas, TALPAC is the go-to tool for simulating truck and loader haulage systems.”
According to RPM, with this release, TALPAC retains its reputation of having the industry’s largest and most comprehensive equipment database. TALPAC allows users to experiment with its equipment database to investigate multiple fleet options to optimise productivity. In doing so, users are reducing risk and uncertainty and improving overall outcomes at their operations.
“TALPAC is key for evaluating the efficiency, productivity and economics of mining fleet,” concluded Price. “With this release, TALPAC 11 takes truck and loader simulation outcomes to the next level.”
Edited by Jonathan Rowland.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/product-news/13072016/rpm-release-talpac-11-2016-2015/
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