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Joseph Sykes - Marketing Manager EMEA - August 5, 2019

In this month’s installment of 60 seconds with, we’ll get to know Nosipho Ntlatleng out of our Johannesburg office. (more…)

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Joseph Sykes - Marketing Manager EMEA - July 26, 2019

Maptek Sentry, our ground movement and slope stability monitoring system, is primarily designed to allow sites to monitor and react to certain risks in open pit and underground mining operations, including slope failure, tailings or infrastructure displacement and rockfalls.

But that’s not all.


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Daniel Owen - Technical Services Consultant - July 4, 2019

This month’s instalment of our 60 seconds with blog series introduces Daniel Owen from our Perth team. (more…)

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Fred Busche, P.E. - Mine Engineer, North America - June 27, 2019

Why you should apply a cut-off grade strategy to your tactical mine plan
Mine scheduling is a task as old as the mine itself.

After completion of your geological resource models and creating an economically feasible pit design you are still left with the final challenge of open pit mine planning; the schedule.

Traditionally, scheduling of open pit ore and waste is simply defined by an economic break-even cut-off grade. Mineralized material with a metal content value greater than the process cost is scheduled as ore and everything else as waste. This is a simple, proven and effective method to evaluate a deposit.


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Caitlin Cerra - Marketing Content Specialist - June 6, 2019

60 seconds with Molly Ison

Want to know a bit more about the people behind Maptek? This month, meet Molly Ison out of our Denver, Colorado office as a part of our 60 seconds with series. (more…)

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