Exyn Technologies to Share 3D Mine Survey Insights

Exyn Technologies' Joel Venne will share expertise and advice around maximising survey efficiency through autonomy & mobile mapping tech

Advanced 3D mine-mapping technology is the future of mine surveying, being both safer and more efficient than manual processes. Autonomy is another bleeding-edge area that is beginning to reshape the mining technology landscape.

Both of these key areas will be the focus of an upcoming webinar, Maximising Survey Efficiency by Leveraging Autonomy & Mobile Mapping

Join for an in-depth exploration of cutting-edge advancements in autonomous technologies and mobile-mapping solutions that are revolutionising mining survey efficiency. 

Sharing his expertise and insight will be Joel Venne, from Exyn Technologies. Exyn specialises in 3D mapping, obstacle avoidance, and autonomous navigation and planning. The company is helping reshape mining operations through autonomous robotic navigation, integrated with advanced mobile mapping systems. 

Commercial Sales Executive Joel is responsible for guiding Exyn clients through integrating the company’s technologies into their processes. His focus is on streamlining inspection procedures, enhancing surveying capabilities, bolstering safety measures, and improving overall operational efficacy. 

In the webinar, areas under discussion will include:

  • An introduction to autonomous technologies in mining
  • The power of mobile mapping, looking at systems that deliver precise 3D mapping and geospatial data collection, so enhancing mineral exploration and mine planning accuracy.
  • Use case overview, where Joel will explore real-world applications and the positive changes in global mining operations these are bringing about.

The webinar takes place on Thursday, May 23 at 3:00pm London time (GMT +1:00). Click here now to register.


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