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The area inside red lines by land survey, the outside red lines by aerial survey.

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Surveying techniques on show at Gippsland quarries

There are many different techniques that a surveyor may use to provide spatial data solutions for quarries. Several different surveying methodologies were employed on a project at two quarry sites in Tyers, Victoria earlier this year. Erik Birzulis reports. 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.

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 »
Innovation has been the biggest factor in productivity improvements for the Australian oil and gas industry.

Raising productivity: What’s the solution?

Business and industry groups have long lamented Australia’s declining productivity performance. As John Steen argues, the key to restoring productivity is improvising and innovating. Read more »
Portable plant set-up in the past was a cumbersome, time-consuming operation.

Ensuring quick, safe and easy mobile plant set-up

The beauty of mobile crushing and screening plant, versus its static cousins, is that it is easily transportable, whether that be closer to the face or elsewhere in the pit – or even to another pit entirely. Three US-based plant experts give their thoughts on how you should move your equipment quickly, safely and efficiently. Read more »
A proposed solar power array for a US quarry comes under scrutiny.

Controversial solar powered quarry in US

Gibraltar Quarry in the US state of New Jersey is planning to construct a solar array to power its operations. However, the idea is meeting some resistance, with hearings continuing. Read more »
Onsite Rental has opened a branch at Ballarat, Victoria.

Onsite at Ballarat

Onsite Rental Group has opened a new branch in Ballarat, Victoria after identifying the zone as a key growth area. Read more »
Aaron Bonanno. Photo: Sydney Morning Herald.

Take me to the moon

Basalt from a Kulnura quarry on New South Wales’ central coast is taking a young Australian university student to California to present his research at the American Society for Civil Engineers at the Earth and Space 2012 conference. Read more »
Mettler Toledo is offering a free copy of its Systems Handbook.

Free handbook for customised installations

Mettler Toledo has a free publication for engineers, designers and service personnel who are working with customised installations. Read more »
Space at Hillhead 2012 is now at a premium.

Hillhead 2012 filling fast

The world’s top quarrying exhibition is shaping up for a massive year, with 385 exhibitors having committed to Hillhead 2012. Read more »
Bead breakers protect staff and machinery by dispensing ?with heavy, clumsy, labour-intensive equipment.

Load & Haul
Bead breakers save time, boost safety

Enerpac’s time-saving hydraulic bead breakers take danger and effort out of changing tyres on tractors, trucks, graders and implement tyres. Read more »
Conundrum Holding’s Stawell Quarry has been a beneficiary of wholesale pool purchasing.

Reducing electricity costs in quarries

Electricity is becoming a major operating cost in most businesses today but several quarries are taking advantage of a new way to purchase electricity and reduce their energy usage. Read more »


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