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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.
All Case Studies
Hillgrove Resources found Sentry improved awareness of pit movement and helped plan remedial action, meeting mine safety objectives.
The Maptek I-Site 8800 laser scanner was used to scan the Victorian coastline near the Twelve Apostles for ongoing geotechnical studies of these natural formations.
The Maptek I-Site laser scanner is used to measure stockpiles at the Hibbing Taconite mine in Minnesota, cutting delivery of results from weeks to days.
I-Site technology defined the geology and stability of cliff faces, helping a road construction company to plan a safe expansion project.
Laser scanning and modelling tools provide a safe, accurate solution for recording and monitoring wear in crushers to minimise down time.
End of month survey at Millennium Coal Mine now takes one day, with I-Site laser scanning capturing the entire 1400m length of open pit and in-pit waste dumps.
Maptek I-Site Studio generates high resolution models for geological mapping and ground support quality control at a large mine in Utah.
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.
BHP Billiton uses the Maptek I-Site 8800 laser scanner to monitor reclamation volumes at its Spence copper project in Chile, achieving more accurate reconciliation.
Maptek technology helps geotechnical engineers handle a range of mapping and analysis applications at Anglo American coal sites in Australia.
Maptek I-Site Studio software has been used for 3D reproduction of historical Aboriginal rock art at Kakadu National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory.
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.
I-Site provides a solution for monitoring landforms and vegetation that is gaining acceptance from authorities signing off on rehabilitation plans.
I-Site technology helps De Beers track and manage pit surfaces, ore stockpiles and waste dumps at the Venetia diamond mine in South Africa.
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.
I-Site Studio modelling and analysis tools helped provide an accurate geotechnical assessment of a large slope failure in a limestone quarry.
Maptek I-Site technology was used in the Scottish Ten project to scan the remote island of St Kilda, 100 miles off the west coast of Scotland in the North Atlantic.
Accurate surfaces are the key to knowing material volumes, handling methods and storage locations. This streamlines the design process and leads to efficient operations.
Maptek I-Site laser scanning technology delivers accurate end-of-month data for pit surfaces, and ROM, concentrate and coarse stockpile volume at OZ Minerals Prominent Hill mine.
This study demonstrated that Maptek surveys take less time, and deliver more accurate results than traditional methods for powerline survey.