Sentry combines a Maptek laser scanner with software to monitor, analyse and report on rapid and gradual movements. Various configurations are available to suit your monitoring needs.
Set your monitoring frequency and thresholds to meet strategic design and operational planning needs. Accurate, timely reporting to geotechnical teams and management helps manage risk and safeguard operational environments. You can import data into Maptek PointStudio to quantify volume of material moved during rock failure, conduct geotechnical analysis and plan remediation work.
For extreme climates, Sentry can continuously monitor in -20°C to +50°C, with limited operation down to -40°C.
Improve pit safety and risk monitoring by early detection of highwall, bench and slope movements.
Improve safety underground by early detection and notification of subsidence.
Reduce risk by early detection of structural and moisture changes.
Sentry hardware and software is simple to set up and operate for monitoring in remote locations. You can easily create timelines from collected monitoring data and generate and animate zones to show movement over time.
The ability to view and analyse automatically generated displacement, velocity and inverse velocity graphs in the pit or underground, in operational offices and remotely over a network helps ensure safe operating conditions 24 hours a day.
Repeatable alarming and notifications for quick response
Deploy your laser scanner for site survey applications
Confidence in system accuracy for repeatable alarming
Keep monitoring in extreme conditions for safe, 24/7 operations
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 provides effective risk management for tailings dams.
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.
Sentry laser-based monitoring system provides a safe, accurate and cost-effective solution for tracking and analysing surface movement.