Maptek News

May 13, 2022

Talent, curiosity and focus ensure Emily claims Maptek Prize


A love of design process and problem solving drives 2022 Maptek Prize for Computer Science winner Emily Duhne as she works towards her dream career.

The University of Adelaide student was this month recognised as the top 2021 second-year student in Computer Science subjects. (more…)

May 12, 2022

Committed to forever change the way mining is done


Maptek has reaffirmed its long-held purpose to put customer-driven solutions at the forefront of everything it does to forever change the way mining is done.

In 1981 a small services provider aimed to transform manual geological drafting and calculation into a database solution that geologists could easily use for themselves. Forty years on, Maptek is a global technology business delivering hardware and software solutions to more than 20,000 users spanning the globe. (more…)

April 8, 2022

Maptek invests in leading provider of resource governance solutions, K2fly


Maptek has announced a strategic investment in Western Australian-based K2fly.

ASX-listed K2fly is the leading provider of resource governance solutions for net positive impact in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) compliance, disclosure and technical assurance through its platform-based SaaS cloud reporting solutions. (more…)

April 4, 2022

Students shown the power of cloud computing over spreadsheets for scheduling


University of Adelaide students have joined a select group globally to receive training in leading mine scheduling software Maptek Evolution.

Final year Mining Engineering students from the institution learnt about Evolution Strategy last week as part of their Mine Design and Feasibility Study course. (more…)

March 24, 2022

Update accelerates underground scanning


Be it in an underground mine or civil operation, time is of the essence when it comes to completing face mapping.

In typical production environments there is a short window for mapping after blasting occurs and material has been hauled and the rock bolt, meshing and shotcreting equipment comes in. In recent years the implementation of face mapping using laser scanners underground has greatly improved the quality of data compared to traditional methods.

Now an update to the Maptek SR3 MkII underground scanner combined with a new and improved underground light has helped reduce scanning tasks by more than half. (more…)

March 17, 2022

DomainMCF exceeding expectations and delivering value


The breadth of applications for DomainMCF has surprised even its creators, less than a year after the machine learning engine’s release. (more…)

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