How it works

How a Stress Monitoring System works

REMOS system consists of three parts

1 Displacement monitoring instruments 

Displacement instruments capture the movement of rock. REMOS stress change monitoring system uses an array of measurement devices such as extensometers and instrumented rock bolts to collect strain data from the rock mass around excavations. REMOS system is designed to be highly flexible because it accepts data from instruments supplied by a range of manufacturers. The system is also scalable as its areal coverage depends on the mine’s needs and development stage.

2 REMOS cloud 

Displacement data is sent to REMOS cloud. Our cloud-based inversion algorithm combines the displacement data with a rock mass response simulated numerically and converts it into stress state changes and risk levels. The mine stress model uses the current mine geometry and mining plans and is updated periodically to take into account mining progress and new development.

3 Reports

REMOS reports shows the current rock mass stress state to the users in real-time and plots the stress changes over time. Plotting the stress state at a given location is possible by using filters. Threshold values for the stress hazard can be set, and the system will give warnings whenever they are exceeded. Periodic detailed reports describing changes in stress state are generated and automatically sent to the client. 

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Call for data

Validation is very important for us. Our team has gone through a very encouraging path this far towards confirming that the REMOS algorithm is capable of predicting future events in underground mines based on stress buildups data. Thus far we have done simulations, tests at the Aalto test tunnel, and most importantly work with a large deep mine operation for providing us necessary data to run and test our algorithm. 

However, this is not enough for truly understanding different rock conditions and other mine specific situations. We are aiming towards a universally working and accepted solution for controlling stress-induced failures.

The Stress data collected by any kind of measuring instrument e.g strain gauge sensors, extensometers, vibrating wire sensors, optical strain gauges can be processed by REMOS code to get the rock stress analysis and prediction data. 

We would like you to provide us with historical data from your mine. This data would be analyzed and run through the REMOS code. Later the results will be provided and validated to/with you. Hopefully, our analysis and prediction data will be beneficial and helpful for you in a better understanding of stress buildup, underground mine planning, or any stress-related issue you have historically faced in your mine.

The team will establish a startup surrounding the invention from the beginning of 2021, giving you the opportunity to benefit your mining business from state of the art futuristic technology by buying REMOS system, services, and consultation. 

REMOS is an Aalto University-based research project, capable of predicting future events in underground mines based on stress buildups data in surrounding rock mass, using REMOS intelligent algorithms. Besides this, REMOS provides real-time rock stress monitoring and analysis. The only team able to do in-situ rock stress monitoring on a wide-scale.