Why Use Mining Drones?

When it comes to optimising the management of your quarry, pit or aggregate operation, accurate geospatial data is key. Today, no tools comes close to providing this data as efficiently, or as safely, as mining drones (or UAVs/UAS).

Applications

With a single automated flight, a mining drone can collect timely, georeferenced imagery that is quickly transformed into a precise 3D copy of your site. You can then use this digital version to calculate volumes, perform site surveys, optimise traffic management, design road layouts and much more.

Proven ROI across multiple applications

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Surveying project

China

1 drone operator vs. 5 terrestrial RTK operators

How Barrick Gold Uses senseFly Surveying Drone Technology to Reduce Costs & Improve Worker Safety

How Barrick Gold Uses senseFly Surveying Drone Technology to Reduce Costs & Improve Worker Safety

Learn how the surveying department at Barrick Gold Pueblo Viejo in the Dominican Republic uses fixed-wing senseFly eBee surveying drones to monitor the construction of its tailing dam, reconcile volumes, calculate stock pile inventories and more. The result is reduced costs and improved worker safety.

Using mining drones to optimise cement plant efficiency

Using mining drones to optimise cement plant efficiency

Learn how Public Power Corporation uses senseFly professional drones (UAVs/UAS) to survey four huge coal mines more safely and efficiently.

How PPC Uses senseFly's Professional Drones To Survey Coal Mines More Efficiently

How PPC Uses senseFly's Professional Drones To Survey Coal Mines More Efficiently

Learn how Public Power Corporation uses senseFly professional drones (UAVs/UAS) to survey four huge coal mines more safely and efficiently.

"The target, of course, for any investment, is to break-even. With the drone technology, we paid back both eBees in almost four months."

Hossam Elzohery

Plant Manager, LafargeHolcim, Tanzania