At the recent International Slope Stability 2022 Symposium, our talented GroundProbe team successfully announced several innovative solutions to the market: Precision Atmospherics®, BlastVision®, AiEyes, and announced the opening of a second manufacturing facility in Tucson.
The Symposium, held every two years, was hosted this year in Tucson, Arizona, USA. As the largest slope stability conference in the world, it brings together mining, civil, geotechnical, geological, hydrogeological and geophysical engineers from around the world to discuss and explore new techniques for improving stability in open-cut mines.
During the five-day global event (17-21 October), the GroundProbe team showcased our latest solutions to highly engaged audience members of gathered colleagues, sharing the positive impact the new solutions will bring to the mining industry with a constant focus on keeping people and communities safe.
On the third night of the Symposium, the second manufacturing facility was officially announced at a GroundProbe-hosted cocktail party.
When asked to describe the event, GroundProbe’s CEO David Noon said, with pride, that the event was a great success for GroundProbe.
“For 21 years, we have been helping solve high-value problems with our high-tech solutions. What we have presented here to our community and colleagues over the past few days proves that our commitment, if anything, has strengthened.
“We are all extremely proud of what we have achieved, and the response we have received has been exceptional. We have challenging but exciting times ahead,” said Mr Noon.
With the next International Slope Stability Symposium to be held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, in 2024, one challenge will be to exceed the success of the 2022 event.