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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.
All Case Studies
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.
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.
Maptek laser scanning technology is being used for calculating stockpile volumes at a gold mine in Mexico.
Maptek laser scanning is promoting agility and adherence to mine planning at Mineração Caraíba SA.
Maptek solutions are embedded at Oyu Tolgoi in Mongolia, supporting daily, monthly and annual survey data for a wide range of mining applications.
When Diavik Diamond mine needed a laser scanner to work in -50°C conditions Maptek I-Site technology provided the answer. The new system reduced the pit survey time to several hours.
Maptek mine measurement technology helps ensure bulk earthworks meet design for the Western Sydney International Airport.
The need for tighter inventory control in challenging market conditions drives greater emphasis on the frequency, accuracy and visibility of reporting practices.
Comparing surfaces surveyed at quarterly intervals allows quarry management to identify and mitigate safety issues arising from rock falls.
The Maptek laser scanner is quick and easy to operate. The level of data detail leads to improved volume accuracy and the data capture has distinct safety benefits for stockpile surveys.
Adelaide Brighton Cement calls on Maptek to accurately record exterior and interior stockpile volumes. I-Site technology overcomes the challenge of scanning in the dusty environment.
Environmental, social and governance considerations drive mine planning for a small scale miner in the historical goldfields of eastern Australia.
The Maptek I-Site 8800 laser scanner was used to scan and develop a 3D digital terrain model for monitoring canyon walls surrounding Colorado’s busy Interstate I-70 Highway.
I-Site laser scanning helped AECOM to extract geotechnical information on shear zones in this quarry in southeastern Australia.
Maptek I-Site laser scanning technology was used to profile material inside the silo at Melbourne Cement to help improve the emptying process.
Maptek software and hardware solutions are helping the Republic of Nauru Phosphate Corporation to measure and model phosphate deposits on the Pacific Island.