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Technical Services provide Vulcan video tutorials

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At Maptek we are always happy to help with your technical questions. Our technical services staff are available on the phone and via email but did you know you can also request a video to explain a Vulcan process?

This week David Wallingford from Gold Fields Australia asked for help, ‘I would like a video tutorial related to the setup of a transformation matrix.’

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Vulcan Plotting Tips and Tricks

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Batch plotting is a useful and powerful tool that is often overlooked in Vulcan’s available plotting methods.

Plot All Wizard and Quick Plot tools are commonly used options that allow you to create plots quickly from loaded data with very little set up.  Batch plots are easy to reproduce, and data does not need to be loaded to create plots. Set up is easier than you think. (more…)

Maintain your Skills for Staying Power

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This morning, I read a relevant article entitled, “The Importance of Staying Abreast of New Training in the Mining Industry” in the CareerMine section of InfoMine. The article addresses the importance of maintaining your skills throughout your career. (more…)

It’s About the Customer

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You may be aware that Hexagon has announced that it will acquire Mintec. Hexagon is the parent of Leica Geosystems and Mintec is the maker of MineSight, a long-time competitor in the mine-planning software space. It seems not a day goes by without an announcement about another of our competitors being acquired. (more…)

Applying my Geostatistics Course training

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The Citation Program in Applied Geostatistics is both challenging and practical in its design and application. The four-week course provides mining professionals with knowledge in the theory and use of modern geostatistical tools. I took the course in Denver in 2012, and have only good things to say about my experience and takeaways.   (more…)