Vertical Shaft Inspection Made Easy
Rapid, safe in-motion data collection in hard to reach areas and dangerous vertical shafts for inspection and monitoring. Use GeoSLAM shaft inspection technology for 3D visualization 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 mine mapping software such as Micromine, Deswik and other leading software packages. This means you can process it using the systems you already have and are comfortable using.
How do you inspect a mine shaft?
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.
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What’s included with a ZEB scanner purchase
All the below comes as standard when you purchase any ZEB scanner.
Packed with automated tools, visualize your data in GeoSLAM Connect.
Create clean, georeferenced point clouds automatically. With the press of one button, your data will be automatically processed, saved in a folder of your choice, and prepared for the next step of your workflow.
The after sales package to get the most from your ZEB products
The comprehensive after sales package where you’ll be entitled to all the latest software updates and new features, unlimited software support and up to 3 years hardware warranty.
A resource library for all your needs
GeoSLAM Academy hosts all the resources and materials you need to get the most from your ZEB. You’ll have unrestricted access to user guides, training videos, best practice guidelines, webinar recordings and much more.
GeoSLAM for mining in action
See our 3D scanners being used to make mine shaft monitoring safer.
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
Mapping the Underground World: Critical Technology for Intelligent Mines
The last decade has seen the rollercoaster of highs and lows in the mining sector; and the volatility is likely to continue. While digital tools are readily available that help mining decision-makers do the job better, faster, safer and more cost effectively, there are still many businesses slow to embrace transformative practices. With change being a constant, forward- thinking mining operators need to embrace digital technology and drive innovation, or risk being left behind.
Rugged, easy to deploy shaft mapping for safe, productive underground mining.
Lower your ZEB device into vertical shafts using the purpose built cradle to understand the full size and shape of shafts or ore passes.
Which ZEB laser scanner is right for you?
Used mostly for scanning indoors or in underground mines and caves with an IP64 rating. Can be used outdoors and has a range of 30m.
The most flexible of the ZEB family with a range of accessories. Can be used to scan indoors and outdoors with a longer range of 100m.
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