NEWS

Minewise at PDAC 2020

March 04, 2020

Minewise attended PDAC 2020 in Toronto. We were happy to show everyone our technology for stope and ore pass scanning. Thank you for the interest in our products and services.

We hope to see you there next year in PDAC 2021. 

Minewise Technology's BlackMap 3D Scanner

April 01, 2019

In the April-May 2019 edition of Resource World Magazine (pg. 52) there is an article about Minewise's BlackMap 3D mapping technology 

Minewise at PDAC 2018

March 07, 2018

Minewise attended PDAC 2018 in Toronto. It was a great event and found a lot of interest in our CMS inspection equipment. 

We hope to see you there next year in PDAC 2019. 

Minewise at CIM GDL 2017

October 28, 2017

We showcased our scanning capabilities at the International Mining Convention in Guadalajara, Mexico.

We hope to start serving Mexican mines in the near future. Thank you for your interest in our products and services.

CTV Northern Ontatio - Minewise at the Big Event Canadian Mining Expo - Timmins

May 31, 2017

At the Canadian Mining Expo we had the opportunity to have a spot on CTV Northern Ontario news -"Timmins Mining Expo opens"

Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada 2017

March 08, 2017

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth and showed interest in our products and services.

We had the opportunity here to present to a group of Ontario Members of Parliament our 3D scanning technologies and unique approaches to 3D mapping of inaccessible areas in mines.

Looking forward to PDAC 2018

Minewise at PDAC 2017

March 05, 2017

We have confirmed our participation at PDAC 2017 in Toronto, ON. 

MINExpo International 2016

September 30, 2016

It was great to see everyone out at MINExpo International, Las Vegas.

Glad to meet so many new people. 

Minewise at MINExpo 2016

September 26, 2016

We are pleased to announce our participation in MINExpo 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Come by our booth and take a glance at our new technology.

ONTARIO MINING 2015 - Industry Explorations

January 26, 2015

Minewise in the Global Business Report.

Expanding Expertise - Haulage, Surveying and Safety Services  (Pg. 74)

"Minewise Technology Ltd. has developed a progressive scanning technique that allows for detailed surveys of vertical raises or shafts up to 1,250 m. The device captures 360 degree radial scans every 8 cm and utilizes an integrated fiber optic gyro to preserve the azimuth of the scanner at all times. The data can be directly imported into the mine’s 3D coordinates. “This ‘scanning during decent’ approach eliminates the shadowing of data typical of stationary scanning technologies,” said Everett Henderson, Minewise Technology’s technical manager. Using a pan-tiltzoom high-resolution color camera, companies can inspect inaccessible bore holes, raises, ore passes or cage compartments."

CMS Inspections

July 17, 2014

Minewise now provides industry with a cavity monitoring survey that far exceeds the abilities of other inspection systems found on the market today.

 

The system provides customers with the ability to capture High Definition video via the remote control Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera. In the same inspection customers can collect high density 3D models of their cavities. These files easily export in multiple formats used commonly in MineCAD, Silver Screen or other CAD design environments.

  • Full length CMS Scans

  • Full 1080p HD Video throughout survey

  • CMS Resolution – ¼ Degree – 30 second scan time

  • Minimized shadowing with progressive scans

  • Preview scans during collection

  • Provide survey data into mine coordinates

New technologies enable miners to go deeper in Northern Ontario

May 22, 2014

Minewise in the Global Business Reports. 

 

Overcoming the challenges associated with ultra-deep mining in Northern Ontario. By Angela Harmantas

Remote Operation

"A more common problem in underground mining is a blocked borehole. If the blockage is located at a significant depth, it can be a tedious and expensive process to address the problem. Minewise, a Sudbury-based company developed a video inspection service that consists of a camera attached to a reel that can reach up to 4,500 ft (1,370 m). The camera transmits images of the shaft to the surface to determine the nature of the blockage."

To read the complete article click here.

Our Inspections Services

October 17, 2013

Watch our new video of the inspection services we provide!

Camera Solution Probes 3,800-foot Shaft

September 01, 2012

In this months edition of Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal, Scott Haddow features an in-depth article about a recent shaft inspection we perform in a local Sudbury mine.

The challenge involved an inspection of a sealed-off abandoned shaft to assist with a feasibility study on a possible mine development project.

This wasn’t a job for a human being. A mounted camera unit was required because the company wanted to see everything in the shaft, from top to bottom, regardless of hazards.

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