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SPECIAL FOCUS: MAPPING MINERAL DEPOSITS


REVOLUTION THE DIGITAL


Annelie Lundström introduces a novel core scanner for geochemistry, images, structures, specific gravity, volume bulk density and more


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inalyzer CS is a scanner that, in a contactless and non- destructive way, generates geochemistry, high-resolution


images, rock quality designation (RQD), structures, specific gravity and bulk density for drill cores, drill cuttings and other drill samples.


Te patented scanner is designed for handling large volumes of drill samples


The technology helps find deposits that are viable for mining


and is capable of scanning drill cores directly in core trays. A laser (LiDAR) generates a 3D-model of the topology of the core and trays, which enables the control and precision of the continuous XRF scanning. RQD and structures are also be derived based on the 3D model. Te objective, continuous and consistent nature of the datasets as well as the high but compact data density


generated by the scanning technology is paramount in machine learning and deep learning applications as well as approaches to geology. Machine learning and deep learning have been demonstrated to be effectively used, based on the data from the scanning, for prediction of host rock lithologies.


A cloud-based software for visualisation and generation of datasets through digital


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