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Sensors in Mining (Microsoft Teams)

November 12 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Gordon Stove of Adrok will give a talk on Low-carbon, Low-cost, Low-risk, High value-adding Technology for Mineral Exploration;

Finding subsurface natural resources is getting harder, not easier.  Explorers are having to look deeper under cover to find new resources and reserves.  Coupled with the technical challenges,  safeguarding our environment and natural beauty is also critical to the Explorer.   Adrok has developed a deep ranging radio wave system that can pinpoint natural resources in an environmentally friendly and sensitive way.  Surveys are low-carbon affairs and do not destruct the subsurface.   Adrok’s goal is to make the world a better place by better understanding what lies beneath the earth surface. We aim to help our clients increase their exploration success

Andrew Bamber of Bara Consulting will be talking about Modifying your Modifying Factors with the use of Sensors

Sensors come in many forms and can be used for many things, but possibly the best use of sensors is for the discovery, definition, and characterization of orebodies both before and during mining activity. This talk will review several types of sensor plus examples of use in each of these roles, and present some case study examples of where either significant dilution or loss was avoided through the application of sensor technology.


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November 12
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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