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Leveraging Reality Modelling to Transform Mine Planning and Operation
Like many other industries, the mining industry continues to invest heavily into automation and innovative technologies that optimise operation costs and reduce the level of human intervention. Traditional survey techniques in mining involve laser scanning the site, but this is typically labour intensive, costly and impractical for inaccessible areas. The rise of drones in recent years, combined with photogrammetry software like ContextCapture (which can immediately generate ready-to-use 3D data) provides a simpler and more reliable workflow to capture 3D data, resulting in increased efficiency of survey operations.

In this live webinar, we will look at the various uses of this technology and how it can be applied to your existing workflows such as mine site planning, monitoring inventories and stockpiles, checking for potential geotechnical issues, and disaster response planning.

This webinar will cover the following topics:

• How Bentley’s photogrammetry software, ContextCapture, is being
used for large scale mine surveying and mine planning operations

• Best practices for data capture to achieve high fidelity 3D models of
open-pit mines

• Use cases from existing customers in the mining industry in Australia

Aug 12, 2020 01:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Glen Burke
Product Sales Engineer, Reality Modelling @Bentley Systems
Glen Burke joined Bentley Systems in 2018 after working in the GIS software sector for organisations such as Esri Australia and eSpatial. Glen’s role at Bentley is focused on working with government and the private sector to demonstrate the value of adopting Bentley's Reality Modelling solutions. This software portfolio includes: ContextCapture (for photogrammetry), Orbit GT (for point cloud and mobile mapping), and OpenCities Planner (for city-scale digital twin visualisation & collaboration). Glen holds a bachelor’s degree in Spatial Planning from Technological University Dublin and a master’s degree in Geographic Information Science from the University of Manchester. Glen works out of the Bentley Systems Queensland office in Brisbane, Australia.
Marc Rietnman
Consultant, Geospatial, Digital Cities @Bentley Systems
Marc brings many years of consultancy experience within the geospatial industry. At Bentley, he works as a pre-sales consultant across Bentley’s geospatial, utilities, reality modelling, and asset management solutions. He is responsible for ANZ and various regions in South-East Asia. His responsibilities include pre-sales, auditing, scoping, implementing and training of the users. In his role as pre-sales consultant, he works closely with users and various internal stakeholders to achieve the best results for the user. Marc is based in Brisbane, Australia.