Rapid, safe in-motion data collection in hard to reach areas and dangerous vertical shafts for inspection or change analysis. Use GeoSLAM Shaft Surveys for 3D visualisation or further analysis.
Adjust to Control
Adjust to control allows for the data to be georeferenced as part of the SLAM processing. This means all data exports will be in the right coordinates, and can be imported directly to the mine plan or for comparative analysis.
Third Party Software
GeoSLAM data is seamlessly used and integrated into 3rd party software such as Micromine, Deswik and other leading software packages. This means you can process it using the system you already have and are comfortable using.
How it works
Using a purpose designed cradle, lower your ZEB to create a digital map of the full depth of a shaft or ore pass.
Transfer the data to a computer, and GeoSLAM’s smart data platform, Connect, will automatically process the data.
See, and quality control your processed digital 3D data in a few minutes. Choose your preferred output format and create a full or sub-sampled set to export.
Use the exported data in any 3rd party system for further analysis by using cross sections, creating mesh or solids and comparing to a design.
Rugged, easy to deploy shaft mapping for safe, productive underground mining.
Lower your ZEB into vertical shafts using the purpose built cradle to understand the full size and shape of shafts or ore passes.
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Making shaft mapping safer, using GeoSLAM
CASE STUDY: Scanning a cavity with the ZEB Horizon
GeoSLAMs German dealer, Laserscanning Europe, were recently tasked with scanning a 70m deep cavity in a mine 500m below the earths surface. Using the ZEB Horizon on a cradle, Laserscanning Europe were able to successfully and safely capture the data, and this is their account of the job.
Location: Hattorf, Germany
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Words by Guy Kantorowich, British Gypsum. Background: Stockpile surveys are…