240 miles north of the Arctic Circle in Greenland presents
many challenges, but Lidar provided a rapid and detailed survey
to enable the design of a new open pit mine, plus access road
to/from the camp/dock location, 600 below.We also own and operate a terrestrial laser scanner that
can be deployed to scan the interior of mines and can deploy
a remotely operated vehicle where access to the mine is difficult.
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(right) shows Digital Elevation Model with aerial photography
Difficult access to closed mine entrance. The aerial
survey for the new open pit needed to be linked to the
older undeground workings, where waste from the new
pit would be placed.
GPS base station from which trajectory of survey
aircraft is computed.
for this job included LiDAR data, contour maps, imagery and
digitised features plus ground surveyed boreholes locations.