Celebrating some of our recent global deployments
For over 21 years, we have been creating state-of-the-art technologies and software that deliver precise and reliable information to our customers, helping them better manage risk, maintain operations and production, and keep people and communities safe worldwide.
Our radars are now located in every corner of the globe. GroundProbe’s customers are spread across over 35+ countries, from Australia to the Americas, Asia, and Europe. Supported by offices in 14 counties and local, in-country technical specialists, our radars have never failed to detect a collapse.
Over the past few months, we’ve deployed even more radars globally. In fact, we are about to reach 800+ radars deployed worldwide! Some to new customers and some to our loyal, long-term friends. Below are just a few of those successful customer deployments.
Pamapersada Nusantara, Indonesia
We successfully deployed SSR722 to Pamapersada Nusantara! This latest Slope Stability Radar (SSR-XT) joins Pamapersada Nusantara’s existing fleet of on-site GroundProbe systems.
Quellaveco Mine, Peru
We recently deployed our fourth SSR-XT, satellite imaging, and robotic station to AngloAmerican’s Quellaveco Mine, Peru! By investing in such a comprehensive geotechnical monitoring safety strategy, AngloAmerican is safeguarding the lives of their staff and surrounding communities.
Kaltim Prima Coal, Sangatta, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Meet Agil Athallah, one of our valued Technical Specialists, celebrating the successful deployment of another new GroundProbe SSR-XT to their PT. Kaltim Prima Coal site, at Sangatta, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Minera Gold Fields Salares Norte, Atacama Region, Chile
We recently successfully deployed a second SSR-XT at Minera Gold Fields’ Salares Norte site in the Atacama region, Chile. The radars are monitored remotely by our Geotechnical Support Services (GSS) team based in Santiago, Chile. Images supplied by our valued Technical Specialist Raúl Esteban Núñez Ortega
Gosowong Gold Mine, Indonesia
A team of our Technical Specialists recently visited the Gosowong Gold Mine in Indonesia to provide support and continuous improvement ideas for our convergence monitoring (GML) underground monitoring solution, capable of detecting rock and ground support movement with submillimetre accuracy.
Congratulations to everyone involved!