Working underground in mines can be challenging for a variety of reasons, including the difficulties in collecting accurate mapping data in the absence of a GPS signal. Advances in SLAM technology that uses its surroundings to self-locate, and autonomous vehicles capable of independent navigation have been game-changers in the mining industry. Learn more about how 3D tools are applied to problems unique to the aggregate and mining industries.
GeoSLAM Provides State of the Art Technology Solutions to Understand the Environment Around Us.
Owen Howells, Geoslam
Our handheld mobile SLAM scanners enable the user to quickly map an area, with precision and ease. A one button operation and autonomous processing results in data that can help make a operation more efficient, safer and more reliable.
Accessing the Inaccessible with ExynAI
Raffi Jabrayan, Exyn Technologies
Exyn Technologies has successfully commercialized a robust multi-platform AI capable of powering industrial-grade robots to autonomously map and explore complex, GPS-denied environments such as stopes and other underground cavities. In this presentation, Raffi Jabrayan, Vice President, Commercial Sales and Business Development with 10+ years of mining experience, will walk through how Exyn's autonomous robots, the ExynAero & ExynPak, can be easily deployed to build high fidelity 3D maps to track production schedules, divergence monitoring, and provide real-time situational awareness of other inaccessible areas of a mine.
Session moderated by William Tompkinson, Aerial Sales Manager – Americas, PhaseOne.
Session format includes brief presentations followed by a moderated panel discussion and audience Q&A.