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
GroundProbe is celebrating after taking out Queensland’s top award at the Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA), hosted by peak industry body Engineers Australia. The awards recognise and celebrate Australia’s top engineering projects and the engineering teams behind them. GroundProbe received this award for its cutting-edge SSR-Omni technology. The SSR-Omni is the world’s leading Slope Stability […]READ MORE
Thought Leadership: Analysis of Historic Post-Blast Data – A Novel Approach to Optimise Productivity and Profit while Maintaini...
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
Thought Leadership: Coherence Attribute Measurement – A New Approach to Detecting Imminent Slope Failure
GroundProbe’s Regional Geotechnical Manager – Asia, Rachmat Hamid Musa GroundProbe’s Senior Geotechnical Engineer, Rahardian Dwitya Detecting an imminent failure is immensely important in slope stability monitoring, especially in open pit mining where potential hazards can significantly impact safety and production. The current, well-accepted method to detect an imminent failure is to monitor the slope behaviour […]READ MORE
EXTREME WEATHER SUCCESS – DEPLOYMENT IN RUSSIA’S EXTREME COLD TEMPERATURES Two sites in South Western Siberia – Chernigovets Coal Mine and Zarechnaya Coal Mine – trialled our SSR-XT radar system throughout an extremely harsh winter, which saw the system functioning at -40°C temperatures autonomously without a shelter. Siberia’s climate and weather is very extreme. The […]READ MORE