March 8-9 2023  |  Jacob K Javits Convention Center, New York

Mining & Aggregates – Vertical Breakout Session

Oct 30 2019

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT

Pavilion 3

Mining and aggregate supplier companies have been able to see the practical differences that drone technology can make since adoption means that someone now doesn’t have to literally climb a stockpile to get a measurement of it. Keeping operators out of potentially dangerous situations means critical information can be gathered much faster, but these benefits go beyond the impact on safety considerations. This session will explore what kind of a difference it can make for a drone to allow users to easily take measurements monthly, weekly or even daily while also producing a scaled dataset that can be trusted when making calculations.

Speakers

SunCor Energy

- Remote Sensing Coordinator

Global Raymac Surveys

- Project Manager

Luck Stone

- Survey and Mapping Supervisor at Luck Stone Corporation

Civil Tracker

- Founder

Rio Tinto

- Surveyor

Topics

Q&A and Round table Discussions with Presenters

Sarah Kohlsmith

SunCor Energy

- Remote Sensing Coordinator

Bradley Middlemiss

Global Raymac Surveys

- Project Manager

John Blackmore

Luck Stone

- Survey and Mapping Supervisor at Luck Stone Corporation

Brief presentations from session presenters

Mining and aggregate supplier companies have been able to see the practical differences that drone technology can make since adoption means that someone now doesn’t have to literally climb a stockpile to get a measurement of it. Keeping operators out of potentially dangerous situations means critical information can be gathered much faster, but these benefits go beyond the impact on safety considerations. This session will explore what kind of a difference it can make for a drone to allow users to easily take measurements monthly, weekly or even daily while also producing a scaled dataset that can be trusted when making calculations.

Mining and aggregate supplier companies have been able to see the practical differences that drone technology can make since adoption means that someone now doesn’t have to literally climb a stockpile to get a measurement of it. Keeping operators out of potentially dangerous situations means critical information can be gathered much faster, but these benefits go beyond the impact on safety considerations. This session will explore what kind of a difference it can make for a drone to allow users to easily take measurements monthly, weekly or even daily while also producing a scaled dataset that can be trusted when making calculations.
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