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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
Reliable proximity awareness underground
LiDAR-based stability & convergence monitoring
Material tracking and reconciliation systems
Dynamic survey surface updates
Derive value from airborne or mobile sensor data
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.
Field Survey Case Studies
Maptek mine measurement technology helps ensure bulk earthworks meet design for the Western Sydney International Airport.
Laser scanning brings accuracy and efficiency to land forming processes, ensuring the correct surface grade for irrigation systems.
Accurate mapping of the interface between underground and open pit operations with laser scanning provides detailed survey data.
I-Site laser scanning handled a large underground survey project with ease, delivering timely, accurate data to guide limestone mining operations.
I-Site technology defined the geology and stability of cliff faces, helping a road construction company to plan a safe expansion project.
Laser scanning is widely used in mine survey for its safety, accuracy and speed. We compare the benefits of different modes of operation including continuous survey.
I-Site provides a solution for monitoring landforms and vegetation that is gaining acceptance from authorities signing off on rehabilitation plans.
Maptek is the Australian reseller of the Z+F Imager 5010. The short range scanner is ideal for forensic, plant and industrial survey, architectural and tunnelling applications.
Accurate surfaces are the key to knowing material volumes, handling methods and storage locations. This streamlines the design process and leads to efficient operations.
This study demonstrated that Maptek surveys take less time, and deliver more accurate results than traditional methods for powerline survey.
Maptek I-Site laser scanning technology was used to help researchers measure the advancing face of New Zealand’s Fox Glacier.
The Maptek I-Site laser scanner was used to measure erosion following a bushfire for quantifying and modelling sediment movement to help protect waterways.
The Maptek I-Site laser scanner can be used to accurately and quickly produce 3D models of buildings.
I-Site laser scanning provided a solution for measuring mud flow movement over time in a physically unstable area of Indonesia.
The University of California used the Maptek I-Site laser scanner for its beach erosion study, covering more than 100 scans along 10km of coast.
The Maptek I-Site laser scanner surveyed two sites in the Bay area of California to create detailed digital elevation surface models.