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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
Automated point cloud fragmentation analysis
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
A monitoring technique using Maptek Sentry safely controls the shape of a secondary leachpad to avoid landslides at a copper mine in South America.
Letšeng Diamond Mine uses Maptek technology for volumetric survey, geological and geotechnical data analysis, and tactical and strategic slope deformation monitoring.
Continuous monitoring using Sentry provided effective risk management during equipment maintenance at an Australian mineral sand operation.
A coal mine in Central Queensland used Sentry monitoring to help predict highwall movement associated with longwall subsidence.
Sentry watched over workers during the successful remediation of a rockfall at Kanmantoo Copper Mine, allowing operations to quickly resume.
A Sentry monitoring system has been implemented in Peru for managing geotechnical risk at a large iron ore mine.
Continuous monitoring using Sentry provides effective risk management for tailings dams.
Laser scanning and modelling tools provide a safe and reliable solution for mapping tailings dams to manage risk.
Sentry laser-based monitoring system provides a safe, accurate and cost-effective solution for tracking and analysing surface movement.
Hillgrove Resources found Sentry improved awareness of pit movement and helped plan remedial action, meeting mine safety objectives.