At a glance...

20+ lives saved in the first years of operation.

500+ wall failures detected.

200+ radars deployed in 24 countries.

12 global offices.

150+ people employed worldwide.

50+ support technicians.

Managing a 70,000 ton failure without injuries or damages

 In order to better understand and monitor a wedge failure in their open pit molybdenum mine, Thompson Creek Mining Company leased GroundProbe’s Slope Stability Radar (SSR) in July 2008.

Thompson Creek Mine, Montana, USA
Brazilian mine demonstrates the importance of radar to guarantee safety

Herculano Mining has acquired an SSR-XT to assess further risks and ensure a safer pit for continued operations.

Retiro do Sapecado, Brazil
Optimising coal recovery in a time of declining coal prices

The Geotechnical team at PT Bayan Resources Tbk (PT Bayan) knew that there was potential for improved coal recovery at a number of their Indonesian mine sites.

PT Bayan Resources Tbk, Indonesia
Benefits of early warning data

In July 2009, Newmont’s Carlin Surface Operation deployed a GroundProbe SSR-X system at its Gold Quarry open pit to monitor on-going slope instability while remediation mining activities were underway. 

Gold Quarry Open Pit, Newmont Mining Corporation, Carlin (NV), USA Read more >>
Protecting passengers on the million dollar highway

GroundProbe - a market leading Australian technology company - recently launched a new and innovative solution to improve the management of risk in open-cut mining and civil and infrastructure projects.

Route 550 at Red Mountain Pass, Colorado, USA Read more >>
Outsourced solutions for slope monitoring

Our partnership with Codelco’s Andina mine provides the mine site with a specialist outsourced solution using data from our Slope Stability Radars (SSR™) and the expertise of a full time, on-site support team.

Codelco Andina Mine, Santiago, Chile
Maximising production in coal mining

The ongoing instability of some of the mine’s slopes, compounded by a severe weather event led the Leigh Creek Geotechnical Team to have significant concerns that certain areas were too dangerous to work.

Leigh Creek Coal Mine, South Australia
Improving safety in the harshest environments on earth

Conditions at Diavik Diamond Mine present significant challenges with zero visibility, ice fog and temperatures dropping to -45°C. Despite the extreme atmospherics, our Slope Stability Radar (SSR™) continues to provide data 24/7 for Diavik’s Geotechnical Team.

Diavik Diamond Mine Northwest Territories, Canada
Continuous landslide monitoring for public protection

Major rock slides are known to affect access to California’s world famous Yosemite National Park. With volumes in excess of 2.0 million cubic metres, rock slides have created significant concern for public safety.

Yosemite National Park, California, USA
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