GroundProbe’s Chief Operating Officer, David Noon As the complexity of mining projects increase, good tailings dam management becomes critical, along with an increasing global focus on safe and sustainable development. Geotechnical stability is a key consideration in many tailings dam failures. By monitoring and instrumentising tailings dams we can develop a better understanding of what […]READ MORE
GroundProbe’s Group Geotechnical Sales Specialist, Albert Cabrejo GroundProbe’s Head of Research and Development, Pat Bellett GroundProbe’s Co-Founder, Dr Glen Stickley For the last five years, GroundProbe has been developing a new atmospheric correction technique which has been tested at mine sites around the world. While open pits have been monitored for over […]READ MORE
Analysis of Historic Post-Blast Data – A Novel Approach to Optimise Productivity and Profit while Maintaining Safe Working Cond...
GroundProbe’s Manager – Geotechnical, Peter Saunders GroundProbe’s Senior Geotechnical Engineer – Americas, Andrei Torres Monitoring for slope stability in open-pit mines is a complex undertaking, vital not only for the economic feasibility of the site but also for the safety of those working in the area. It is generally understood that the quality of a […]READ MORE
Following several years of development and successful testing, GroundProbe has released a game changing broad area slope stability monitoring radar that will considerably enhance mining productivity and safety. GroundProbe CEO John Beevers said the launch of the SSR-FX was another significant milestone for GroundProbe in developing revolutionary technology to assist mining productivity and safety and […]READ MORE
SSR AT DEBSWANA’S MAJOR OPEN-CUT MINES Pit slope stability has been identified as one of Debswana’s business risks, hence the adoption of the SSR across all its major open-cut pits. JWANENG MINE Jwaneng Mine was the first site in Botswana to acquire the Slope Stability Radar (SSR™) and the second within the De Beers group. […]READ MORE