Transforming geology processes

The strong relationship between Aeris Resources and Maptek has been key to a successful software rollout, establishing new geology workflows and procedures.

Measurement experience in the desert

Maptek solutions are embedded at Oyu Tolgoi in Mongolia, supporting daily, monthly and annual survey data for a wide range of mining applications.

Confident, controlled domaining

Maptek will introduce new audit controls and confidence measures for geologists, with a range of persistent model features taking the spotlight in DomainMCF in 2023.

Creating tomorrow’s mine planning

Maptek recently reaffirmed the goal of developing and delivering technical solutions that improve efficiency and provide integrated decision support for customers.

Solution Spotlight

Integrated stratigraphic planning

Customers who want to interactively and dynamically design an open pit will welcome the latest integrated stratigraphic planning tools from Maptek.

Geology champions win on innovation

Creating alternative geological models to better understand water-bearing structures on a disseminated nickel deposit has won the 2022 Maptek Geology Challenge.

Unfolding the potential of modelling

Maptek technical staff used their imaginations to stretch the potential of DomainMCF for improving geological modelling outcomes.

Sharing the future

Maptek partnership with SEG creates tomorrow through sharing information from real world professionals to help geology graduates improve their future.

Rethinking design in development

Maptek staff challenged themselves to think about solution design and development differently in line with our principles to be courageous and walk in our customers’ shoes.

Colorado careers fair

Students and fellow presenters flocked to the Maptek display at the recent Future Fair exhibit at Golden High School, Colorado.

National mining games

Maptek was proud to support students who competed in the 2022 National Mining Games in Perth, Western Australia.

Donation invests in mining engineers

Maptek has donated 29 high-performance laptops for Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering students at the University of New South Wales.