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Mining Drones

Use aerial data to increase the efficiency and accuracy of stockpile management, inspections, and excavation while keeping your team safe and compliant.

When exploring, companies often determine the calculation of available mineral reserves and open road access. These activities require a visual representation of the mine site area, both of which rely on drones to retrieve data that can be processed and produce topographic maps and image maps.

Every mining company is also responsible for reclaiming/rehabilitating the damaged environment. This reclamation is carried out by replanting or greening the damaged area due to the mining activities. They have to manage these changes to avoid adverse environmental impacts such as erosion, sedimentation, poor drainage, infest of weed/pests/plant disease, contamination of surface water/groundwater by toxic substances, etc. A basic plan is necessary before starting any reclamation activity. The company needs to observe the damage level at the mine site. A drone can be useful to perform an efficient observation and to produce a high-resolution map to help the company to do the reclamation quickly and precisely.

The increasing use of the drone leads to increased productivity of the exploitation of natural resources. A strong foundation and proper implementation will, in turn, allow the mining industry to maintain and improve the productivity of natural resources.

1. Daily Monitoring of Mine Site

The modeling of mining exploitation areas such as pits and stockpiles is one of the photogrammetric approaches, widely adopted in the mining industry. A drone plays an important role to perform the task.

The process is fast and precise. Land modeling using drones is an attractive choice for assessing environmental changes, calculating extracted volumes, monitoring contractors as well as third party activities, and documenting reclamation.

2. Model Unsupported Underground Tunnel with Ease and Safely

Underground tunnels can be the most dangerous environment for workers. Some unsupported areas may have a high risk of incidents. However, the stone formation at the mining site must be monitored and modeled appropriately to understand what is happening. By using Terra Slam, an anti-collision multirotor equipped with a mini LiDAR, tunnel modeling can be done easily, and safely.

3. Drone magnetic survey

Tools and sensors play an important role in mining exploration, especially in metals and minerals mining. Magnetic anomaly is one of the factors that is measured and evaluated to find indicative locations of certain minerals. By conducting surveys using drones, more lines can be obtained in one day compared to land surveys and can be used in inaccessible or dangerous areas, the perfect new friends for geophysicists.

4. Remote Ground Penetrating Radar to Scan Soil Structure

GPR drones are lighter (compared to manned aircraft or helicopters), easily transported by car, and capable of flying independently at low altitudes with high precision. Such an approach ensures delivery of accurate survey results, is also safer for personnel and is more time-efficient.

GPR mounted on drones allows the user to see through the soil, ice, rock, freshwater, and buildings or structures in unsafe and dangerous environments without jeopardizing the safety of staff, providing additional solutions for more efficient surveys.