GroundProbe’s Head of Geotechnical, Peter Saunders What is precision? In the field of Geotechnical slope stability monitoring, we tend to use the word ‘precision’ a lot. How precise is the instrument? Do we need it to be so precise? When and why do we need high precision instruments? Firstly, it’s worth taking a moment to […]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
Since GroundProbe launched in 2001 and the very first Slope Stability Radar (SSR) rolled off the production line, we have experienced first-hand the various challenges presented by different mine sites around the world. At GroundProbe, we don’t believe that a single solution can meet the needs of every mine. Each mine site is unique, existing […]READ MORE