Posts tagged as 3D laser mapping

Laser scanner tested at the world’s deepest gold mine

  The ZEB1, a mobile, handheld, rapid laser mapping system, has been tested at the world’s deepest gold mine. The Mponeng Mine in South Africa, owned and operated by AngloGold Ashanti, is more than two kilometres below sea level and, through sequential-grid mining, produces more than 500 000 ounces of gold a year. The mapping […]

Scanning in motion – ZEB1 handheld mobile 3D laser scanner

  Information from 3D Laser Mapping With its origins in robotics, the ZEB1 handheld mobile 3D laser scanner is revolutionising the mobile mapping sector. The scanner was developed by Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to meet the need for a balanced combination of accuracy, range, resolution, field of view, operating conditions, cost, […]

Laser monitoring contributes to profitability

  Laser monitoring is helping the Mogalakwena Mine remain profitable in stark contrast to other platinum mining operations in South Africa. Mogalakwena mine is still expanding and an integrated laser monitoring system, from SiteMonitor Systems, is being used to ensure safe continuity of production. Purchased from 3D Laser Mapping the Mogalakwena system includes a state […]