GroundProbe’s Group Geotechnical Sales Specialist, Albert Cabrejo With the introduction of the Slope Stability Radar (SSR) by GroundProbe in 2001, the mining industry acquired the ability to gather monitoring data of collapses in real-time. The Inverse Velocity (IV) Method, by Professor Fukuzono has been used in the mining industry along with slope monitoring radars for […]READ MORE
GroundProbe’s Commercial & Global Account Analyst, Noelia Eguillor When many people think of GroundProbe, they think about the most trusted, most reliable Slope Stability Radar technology in the mining industry. But having the most proven technology – one that has never failed to detect a collapse – is not just luck. It’s the result of […]READ MORE
‘Engineers Australia’ Article – Excerpt – ‘This Australian Technology Helps to Avoid Dangerous Ta...
Originally written and published by Charlotte Barkla from Engineers Australia on 22 October 2020. GroundProbe’s Head of Product Development, Fernanda Carrea, interviewed by Engineers Australia on GroundProbe’s recent Australian Engineering Excellence Award (AEEA) win for the SSR-Omni. In response to major catastrophic tailings dam collapses in recent years, an Australian team has developed a […]READ MORE
GroundProbe’s Product Development Manager, Fernanda Carrea Incorporating user feedback in product development is common – usually expected – practice in many competitive markets. From my experience across a range of industries, a successful product development team is one that invests time and resources in designing and delivering features and products that customers value, expect, and […]READ MORE