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3D mine planning & geological modelling
Drill & blast management
3D laser scanning & imaging
Streamlined geological modelling workflow
Interconnected mine scheduling
Point cloud processing & analysis
Machine learning assisted domain modelling
LiDAR-based stability & convergence monitoring
Derive value from airborne or mobile sensor data
Material tracking and reconciliation systems
Automated point cloud fragmentation analysis
Fully utilise your exploration data to build more accurate
models and estimations to better inform mine planning.
Build and evaluate a variety of mine scenarios to ensure you
produce operationally viable plans and schedules.
Keep track of key activities across your processes to
increase production, efficiency and safety.
For a New Zealand consulting firm, the Maptek Geology Challenge was a chance to trial new software that could ultimately improve outcomes for clients.
Sanshandao Gold Mine uses Maptek Vulcan to optimize modelling and mine planning at complex underground operation in Shandong province.
Environmental, social and governance considerations drive mine planning for a small scale miner in the historical goldfields of eastern Australia.
Taking advantage of consulting services has helped a South African limestone operation produce a comprehensive reserves report in a timely manner.
A coal mine in Queensland uses dynamic dashboards to display the latest drill and blast information to better inform planning, designs and scheduling.
Digitalisation has changed the way drill and blast is perceived at one of Africa’s largest coal mines, leading to better recovery and improved safety.
Maptek BlastLogic provides a workflow that allows operations to recalculate charge rules based on pit conditions.
Proper tracking and handling of explosives is crucial to mine safety and efficiency, and going digital is key to ensuring operational improvement.
Laser scanner and UAV geotechnical data is instrumental in identifying potential risk and managing visitor safety in limestone cave formations in Victoria, eastern Australia.
User friendly systems and workflow allow surveyors to scan highwalls quickly and easily, capturing data at the same time as daily or end of month surveys.
Atlas Iron has realised the benefits of using the Maptek I-Site 8800 laser scanner to acquire detailed topographic data for new mining projects in Western Australia.
Modern survey technology has been applied to assess the safety of derelict railway tunnels and collect data for rehabilitation planning.
Optimised scheduling combines with full life cycle analysis to quantify and reduce the environmental impacts of planned mines and monitor those in production.
Powerful mine design and scheduling solutions provide a reliable, repeatable workflow to plan the where and how of mining a gold project in the Pilbara region.
Maptek Evolution Strategy and Origin were used to produce complex financial models for the Havilah Resources open cut copper-gold operation in northern South Australia.
Outside of the box thinking has helped provide a solution to an open pit heap leach operation scheduling challenge involving the reuse of leaching pads on a set footprint.
Maptek I-Site high performance laser survey technology proved its value during the recent Scottish Ten project to record the Sydney Opera House and its surrounds in 3D.
Laser scanning technology gives a global chemicals and logistics solutions provider auditing and inventory confidence, while reducing wastage and saving time.
Machine learning techniques trialled alongside traditional resource modelling at an underground metals mine demonstrates future benefits.
Applying machine learning to model marble reserves resulted in faster results and more uniform quality classifications to guide extraction.
DomainMCF can change the way an operating mine uses geological and geotechnical models to keep information up to date in a production environment.
Continuous monitoring using Sentry provides effective risk management for tailings dams.
Letšeng Diamond Mine uses Maptek technology for volumetric survey, geological and geotechnical data analysis, and tactical and strategic slope deformation monitoring.
Sentry watched over workers during the successful remediation of a rockfall at Kanmantoo Copper Mine, allowing operations to quickly resume.
A coal mine in Central Queensland used Sentry monitoring to help predict highwall movement associated with longwall subsidence.
Consistently delivering a correct blend, and keeping track of inventory and quality at all stages of production are universal challenges at mine sites.
Maptek can help deliver a better understanding of production performance across load and haul, stockpiling and plant processes.
A new Maptek solution helps schedule and control the stage cycle of stockpiles to better manage space, grade and inventory to deliver product on time every time.