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In June this year, Landair Surveys measured stockpile volumes at a Brooklyn quarry.

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Survey technology for volume determination

Recently there has been much discussion about new technologies for mapping and volume determination on quarry sites but how good are these technologies? Erik Birzulis explains the results of research his company conducted to test various technologies to determine stockpile volumes. Read more »
Aerial surveying using an RPAS offers reduced turnaround times, reduced cost, flexibility of scheduling and, in many applications, comparable quality and accuracy to manned aircraft surveys.

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Aerial surveying: taking a bird’s eye view

The earliest surveyors looked to the sun and stars to obtain latitude, longitude and orientation, and today modern surveying is once again taking to the skies. Clayton Hill explains how aerial surveying can be more accurate, cost-effective and time-efficient for quarry operations. Read more »


 

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