First Majestic Silver have multiple mines across multiple sites. Watch the video below to learn how they achieved best practice in resource modelling, while driving collaboration and connection with their mine sites.
Seequent Civil and Environmental Customer Solutions Specialist, Gary Johnson, works out of our Denver, Colorado office. Spending much of his time assisting with customer support, he has come across a number of questions regarding gINT imports via an ODBC data… Read More
Professional geologist Adam North has joined the Seequent Civil and Environmental team to bring customers in the Asia Pacific region quality support when they need it. Based in Brisbane, Adam joins a growing team of specialists all around the globe.… Read More
In our Seequent Civil & Environmental Unearthed Report, we look at some of the more interesting developments that are going on beneath the surface, including underground cities, farms, business parks and more…
Ask many resource practitioners about declustering, and the chances are they will shake their head and mutter something about it being a ‘dark art’. The purpose of this blog is to describe the algorithms that underlie the Decluster Tool in… Read More
In December 2018, Seequent Civil and Environmental, Customer Service Specialist, Ruby Forrester, was invited to take part in a hackathon in Helsinki on behalf of Seequent. The hackathon was specifically for a large infrastructure project that is currently still in… Read More
How do you harness complex data for decision clarity? That’s what we wanted to explore at this year’s Seequent Lyceum 2018 events. After hosting successful events in 2016 and 2017, we decided to raise the stakes this year. In addition… Read More
Did you know your geological model does not need to have a basic set of rectangular extents? Seequent Civil and Environmental Customer Solutions Manager – Michaela Crum, explains how…
Future Cities – Going Underground: At the end of the 19th century, architects coined a new term for buildings ascending the impossible heights of 10 whole storeys. They called them ‘skyscrapers’. For decades, upwards became the most alluring direction of… Read More
Following on from our meet the Customer Solution Specialists article in December – this month we meet Bart Jordan, a professional Geologist who has joined Seequent’s Civil and Environmental team in Denver.