At the recent International Slope Stability 2022 Symposium, GroundProbe was proud to host colleagues, peers and customers at a special cocktail party.
Held at Hacienda Del Sol, just five minutes from the event centre, the cocktail party provided customers with an important opportunity to catch up in a relaxed setting. That setting included a donkey called Sofie, Eduardo, a talented local fine guitarist, invaluable conversations, insightful speeches and partnership-building.
Welcoming everyone to the event, GroundProbe’s CEO David Noon, spoke about how the company has grown from an Australian start-up to a global innovation powerhouse and a trusted partner of companies around the world.
“We are immensely proud to be launching our new solutions with you all,” said Mr Noon.
“Our vision is to be the most trusted sensors and software company, empowering safety and more sustainable operations, and we are working hard to hard to ensure our vision remains true.
“To do this, we continue to invest heavily in research and development to deliver innovative, market-led solutions, with our latest innovative solutions presented here, at the Symposium, proud examples, said Mr Noon.
Describing Precision Atmospherics®, Mr Noon said, “It is a revolutionary atmospheric correction algorithm for GroundProbe’s Slope Stability Radars. It is a step change in how atmospherics are treated and managed, and the most advanced correction algorithm in the market today.”
Second to be presented was BlastVision.
“BlastVision® is a world-first in blast analytics solution, delivering actionable blast performance insights for optimal safety and productivity,” said Mr Noon.
The successful event proved even more exciting when Ben Moke, Chief Commercial Officer & VP Americas announced GroundProbe is opening the doors to a second manufacturing facility in Tucson, due to open in early 2023.
Making the announcement, Mr Moke said, “Tonight, we are excited to share with you such an important step in our future growth.”
“Our ability to service our customers in the Northern Hemisphere, especially in North and South America, means we can more readily manufacture and deploy our systems.
“We saw it as an absolute necessity to bolster our offering and extend our manufacturing capability from Asia Pacific to the Americas, and choosing Tucson was an easy decision.
“For us, this announcement marks a pivotal step in our future growth, especially in North and South America,” said Mr Moke.
With the successful evening drawing to an end, both Mr Noon and Mr Moke thanked everyone for joining in on the celebrations and hoped to see everyone again at the International Slope Stability Symposium 2024, to be held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.