The Official College of Mining Engineers organized on May 16 in Seville a Technical Conference with IPH as the protagonist. Alejandro Barragán responsible for the Areas of Consultancy and Surveying of IPH presented in his presentation the most outstanding works developed by his team in the field of mining topography.
The Plaza de Armas Hotel in Seville hosted on Saturday May 16, 2017 the Technical Days organized by the Official College of Technical Engineers and Degrees in Mines and Energy of Huelva, Seville, Cádiz, Badajoz, Cáceres and the Canary Islands. In them Alejandro Barragán, responsible for the Consulting and Surveying Areas of IPH, has been the speaker of the Conference on New Technologies applied to Mining Topographic Engineering.
IPH is the leader of an emerging market, the application of unmanned systems to the productive sectors, being leading in the mining and mining topography sector.
Innovation in mining topography has allowed them to provide integrated 3D topography products through the use of aerial and nautical drones and their integration with a laser scanner and classical topography systems.
The topics were discussed at the Conference:
- Applications HDS (High Density Surveying): Laser ground scanner thanks to which point clouds are obtained for later 3D modeling, used in BIM or information modeling for building, mining and in Engineering and Reverse.
- RPAS (Remoted Piloted Aircraft Systema): Air system, integrated by a drone, developed by the SAMBA Project of the IPH group, which allows to obtain orthophotos, perform topographic surveys by photogrammetric methods and Cartography, used for the calculation of earthworks, monitoring of works.
- HY-DRON (Nautical System): The IPH MAMBO Project has developed an unmanned ship that allows automatic bathymetry to be carried out in ‘special’ reservoirs, due to its contaminating content, and mining rafts Joint systems: Integration of the terrestrial, aerial and nautical described to obtain a single product.
Demonstration of scanning and registration with a laser scanner equipment Leica C10.