Mining

Datum is a leading provider of monitoring and survey services to the mining sector.

Mining

Datum has provided monitoring and survey services to the mining sector for many years.

Our slope stability and rock face monitoring systems are used by UK and international mining corporations to maintain the integrity of pit slopes and dumps.

Stability

Our systems have been deployed all over the world in order to detect and report slope stability in terms of rotation, slumping, pore pressure, load, rock strain and weather conditions.

Slope condition monitoring is key to the safe working of any open cast mine. Mine slopes are subject to very high pore pressure, surcharging and blast vibration.

We are the UK representatives and European service centre for Instantel seismographs used for blast monitoring and Geokon geotechnical instrumentation.

Our slope stability and rock face monitoring systems are used by UK and international mining corporations to maintain the integrity of pit slopes and dumps.

Our groundwater and pore pressure monitoring systems record critical data which is streamed ‘live’ and available for analysis from anywhere in the world via Platform Interactive.

 

Monitoring

Datum’s remotely operated systems remove the need for staff to physically access monitoring data captured from high-risk environments, such as a haul road or a failing pit-slope.

The data from monitoring sites in mines is managed via the Datum Interactive developed software solution Platform Interactive.

Remotely and easily accessible with the ability to configure alarms, Platform Interactive provides real-time, accurate, site-critical information.

 

Mining

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