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The Sentry monitoring system is designed to track movement and notify stakeholders about potentially unsafe areas of an open pit operation
Supplier news
29/07/15 - CMC has invested in a new Maptek Sentry monitoring system to ensure safety at Havilah Resources Limited’s Portia gold mine in South Australia.
Maptek releases new mining stockpile reporting program
Supplier news
12/02/15 - Maptek has released I-Site Drive to allow for faster and more accurate stockpile volume reporting on mine sites.
South Australia launch world's first 3D model to aid exploration
Editorial
05/12/14 - South Australia has launched a 3D model of its Eastern Gawler Craton to aid new mineral discoveries.
​Massive ancient roman gold mine uncovered
Editorial
25/11/14 - Aerial mapping in Spain has uncovered an ancient Roman gold mine.
Maptek launches Vulcan 9.1
Supplier news
29/10/14 - Maptek has released new modelling and mining planning features in its latest Vulcan iteration.
The partnership aims to create mobile mapping systems specifically for the mining industry
Editorial
23/09/14 - 3D Laser Mapping has signed a global OEM agreement with Neptec Technologies, an innovative provider of real-time intelligent 3D robot vision products.
Maptek to launch new modular laser scanner
Supplier news
14/08/14 - Maptek has previewed the new I-Site 8820 long range laser scanner at the Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors conference.
Leica launches new slope monitoring system
Supplier news
30/06/14 - Leica Geosystems has revealed its new GeoMoS Now web-based slope monitoring application.
Mapping new ground
Editorial
23/06/14 - Unmanned Aerial Survey takes longer in difficult terrain, but not if there's no ground control points.
RungePincockMinarco launch new diamond mining scheduling software
Supplier news
28/05/14 - RPM has released its new open pit diamonds XPAC scheduling software for miners.
Computer Modeling for Mines [blog]
Editorial
02/05/14 - I Think Mining's Jack Caldwell looks at the use of computer modelling in mining, and how technology may muddle your modelling objectives.
Mine drone nearly crashes into plane
Editorial
20/03/14 - An unmanned aerial vehicle surveying Iluka's Victorian Echo mine had a near collision incident with a crop duster.

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