MONITORING WEAK ROCKMASS OVERVIEW The Gosowong Gold Operation is located on Halmahera Island, about 2,450 kilometres northeast of the national capital, Jakarta. It is an epithermal gold deposit with additional occurrences of silver. The mine uses a combination of cut-and-fill and long hole open stoping (LHOS) mining methods. Currently, PT. Nusa Halmahera Minerals operates two […]READ MORE
GroundProbe Attends The 2019 SRMEG International Workshop
Last week, GroundProbe – as part of Orica Monitor – attended the 2019 SRMEG International Workshop on Shotcrete Technology in Underground Construction in Singapore. The event was organised by the Society for Rock Mechanics & Engineering Geology (Singapore) and held in Nanyang Executive Centre. Held over two-days, the event was attended by a panel of […]READ MORE
GroundBreaking News – SSR-Viewer 9
Each and every day at mine sites across the globe, GroundProbe solutions are providing customers with information that they can act on. While it’s our array of hardware solutions that collects the data on these sites, it’s our industry-leading SSR-Viewer software that makes the data easily understood. It’s through SSR-Viewer that users can see what’s […]READ MORE
GML Monitors Rear Wall of Shaft to Determine Optimal Targeted Ground Support
TARGETED GROUND SUPPORT OVERVIEW Underground environments are dynamic by nature, with the effectiveness of ground support consistently changing. Through monitoring, areas of high risk can be identified and rehabilitated in a targeted way. At a large, well-known hard rock mine in Queensland, Australia, visual inspections on the rear wall of a shaft showed cracking in the shotcrete. […]READ MORE
GML-Underground: What is the Significance of Achieving Sub-Millimetre Accuracy?
Written and Presented by GroundProbe’s Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Peter Saunders The GML-Underground system is a precision instrument designed from the ground up specifically for geotechnical monitoring. Capable of detecting the slightest movement with unrivalled sub-millimetre accuracy, the GML is 170 times more accurate than competing systems on the market.READ MORE
GML-Underground: Does Inconsistent Time Between Scans Affect the Data?
Written and Presented by GroundProbe’s Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Peter Saunders When using the GML-Underground, changing how often you scan a particular area during a periodic monitoring campaign has very little effect on the data. The heat maps generated in SSR-Viewer show the amount of movement and where the movement took place between any two points […]READ MORE
GroundBreaking News – October 2017
Since long before I joined GroundProbe, our customers have been asking us if we have a solution for convergence monitoring in underground mines. After many years of research and development, I’m proud to announce that we do. We are excited to officially launch our first geotechnical convergence monitoring system for underground; the Geotech Monitoring LiDAR […]READ MORE
GroundProbe Launches New Industry-Disrupting Underground Monitoring System, the GML-Underground
As a global technology leader that provides advanced hardware and software solutions to the mining industry, GroundProbe is excited to announce the release of our first solution developed specifically for underground geotechnical convergence monitoring, the GML-Underground. GroundProbe officially launched the Geotech Monitoring LiDAR (GML-Underground) at their exhibition booth at the inaugural International Conference in Underground […]READ MORE