Forge Geospatial Survey News March 2023

forge 280x200Maptek is excited to share the latest success stories that highlight how Maptek decision support technologies are helping customers to change forever the way mining is done.

In this issue

Identifying potential risk and managing visitor safety in limestone cave formations in eastern Australia was made easier with Maptek laser scanning and software technology. Participation in the Geology Challenge created an opportunity to streamline the resource modelling workflow for an independent consulting company, and the future for working with point cloud data looks bright.

Here is a curated selection of articles in the latest Forge. Alternatively click to view Forge March 2023.

Managing_safety_in_limestone_caves.jpgManaging visitor safety at the Buchan Caves

Laser scanner and UAV geotechnical data is instrumental in identifying potential risk and managing visitor safety in limestone cave formations in Victoria, eastern Australia. (Case study courtesy AECOM and Parks Victoria).
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Creating tomorrow for geospatial survey2What the future holds for geospatial survey

Maptek Development Strategy Manager Andy Newman discusses technologies in the geomatics space that will save time in managing files, create value from point cloud data, and help ease the global skills shortage.
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PointModeller the right tools for the job

PointModeller - the right tools for the job

Maptek PointModeller offers powerful 3D visualisation, smart registration and filtering to derive value from airborne or mobile sensor data for quarry, civil or topographic projects.
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Perceiving new possibilitiesNew depth of field lighting feature for point cloud applications

Improved depth perception in visualising software imagery has transitioned from a Maptek experiment into incorporation within current point cloud modelling applications.
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