Laser Scanners

Stockpile Measurements Case Studies

Accurate stockpile inventory

Laser scanning technology gives a global chemicals and logistics solutions provider auditing and inventory confidence, while reducing wastage and saving time.

Topographic stockpile survey solution

Maptek laser scanning technology is being used for calculating stockpile volumes at a gold mine in Mexico.

Modelling phosphate deposits

Maptek software and hardware solutions are helping the Republic of Nauru Phosphate Corporation to measure and model phosphate deposits on the Pacific Island.

Analysing Variability

Cliffs Michigan Operations found that Maptek laser scanning technology resulted in a reduced level of variability, minimised survey time, and decreased safety risks in stockpile surveys.

I-Site drives cost-effective survey

Three companies based in Denver, Colorado experienced the benefits of using I-Site Drive for stockpile surveys and topographic updates.

Precision data redefines inventory control

The need for tighter inventory control in challenging market conditions drives greater emphasis on the frequency, accuracy and visibility of reporting practices.

Stockpile success at Hibbing Taconite

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.

Laser scanning for stockpiles

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.

Interior stockpile management

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.

Modelling cement silo profiles

Maptek I-Site laser scanning technology was used to profile material inside the silo at Melbourne Cement to help improve the emptying process.