MineGeo has the CAD
facilities lacking in mine planning software and the
mining facilities lacking in standard CAD software. This
provides the ability to capture intelligent lithology and
sample and geotechnical data in 3D, in the most efficient
way, indeed, even capturing data at the mine face as it
develops. This will improve mine management decisions
usually improving grades, minimising dilution and
improving the bottom line.
It is aimed to augment and complement the facilities
available from mine planning software such as Datamine,
Minesite, Surpac, Vulcan, etc. - and interfaces
seamlessly with all these software systems.
Get the benefits of having your mapping data, block model
and drilling data all in one model which enables you to
make better mining decisions. This will generally lead to
improved grades, minimise dilution and improving the
bottom line. You do a better job more easily and improve
results for your mine site
You map live data by calibrating your graphics screen to
existing survey strings and on-screen digitally capture
in 3D from the site menus. You can import digital
photographs and distort them to fit the survey being used
for calibration and then digitize right over the top of
the photographic image. This provides perfect accuracy of
You can scan or photograph old manual mapping information
and include the images just as you would a photograph. So
you can use MineGeo geology mapping
software to catch up with any backlog of old manual
sketches or plans. This process can be applied to walls,
faces and backs of any shape/orientation - even curved
1. True 3D intelligent data with strike and dip provides
better understanding of the geometry
controlling the orebody to assist modelling and
interpretation - generally leads to better targeting.
2. A permanent digital record of mapping even after
stripping or development extensions mean walls or faces
no longer exist.
3. 3D structural data is obtained for analysis and
engineering to help minimise dilution, maximise recovery
and reduce unit cost.
Backs, Wall and Face mapping
of original hand mapping to capture in true 3D.
OR direct use of digital photographs
output would be as XL compatible tabular data for
drilling and sample data - usually as "*.CSV"
files. Lithology and structural data as string files with
attributes in the descriptor fields - suitable for direct
input into the sites mine planning software system. You
get real data strings that you can click onto, slice
sections through and interrogate for attributes..