At Burgex, we understand the importance of accurate and efficient mapping on a mine site. That’s why we utilize the latest technology in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and engineering software to generate precise orthoimagery.
An orthoimage is a raster image that has been geometrically corrected (orthorectified) to remove distortion caused by differences in elevation, sensor tilt and, optionally, by sensor optics. Data is orthorectified to achieve an accuracy commensurate with a given topographic map equivalent. Our team of mining engineers and surveyors use UAVs equipped with high-resolution cameras to capture detailed images of mine sites. These images are then processed using advanced photogrammetry software to generate accurate orthoimages of the mine site. This technology allows us to quickly and easily map large areas and complex shapes, and provides us with highly accurate images that are impossible to obtain through traditional surveying methods.
In addition, we also use engineering software to create digital models of mine sites, which can be used for a variety of purposes, such as planning and design, safety and risk assessment, and environmental impact assessments. This enables us to quickly and easily identify areas of concern, and to make informed decisions about how to address them.
Our use of UAVs and engineering software not only improves the accuracy and efficiency of mapping on a mine site, but also provides a cost-effective solution for our clients. Additionally, the use of UAVs in the site reduces the need for human intervention in dangerous areas and hence improves safety.
At Burgex, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with the highest level of service and expertise. Our team of mining engineers and surveyors have the knowledge and experience needed to help you navigate the complex and ever-changing mining industry.
Contact us today to learn how we can help you create a high resolution map and model of your mine site or exploration project.