Cartography and GIS

The use of digital geo-processing of information in geological survey and environmental assessments, in the mining industry, and remote sensors are irreplaceable tools that enable a complete assessment of all information available optimizing time and costs involved in the various stages of a mining project (prospecting, exploration, production, closure).

  • Historical data integration
  • Digital band treatment and satellite images interpretation
  • DEM images as background to show the topography
  • Coverage, including regional limits and areas of interest
  • Satellite images georeference, vectors (dots, lines, polygons), plans/maps/charts
  • GIS data Importation/Exportation to and from several formats as Google Earth, CAD, acQuire, Vulcan, Global Mapper, among others
  • Data edition, topologies.
  • Geodatabase.
  • Plans/maps/chart digitalization
  • Slope maps (DEM image based)
  • Topographic Maps (DEM image or topographic survey based)
  • Mining maps: mining infrastructure, mining activity zoning, pit (actual and projected), mining sampling, drilling grids (sizes and recommendations), etc.
  • Land use maps (industrial, anthropic and natural use zoning)
  • Land type maps (based on soil maps)
  • Environmental maps (environmental liabilities, environmental degradation zoning, contamination type zoning, etc.)
  • Geological maps (based on aerial pictures or satellite images in regional and local maps or land surveys).
  • Geomorphological maps (based on regional and local maps or satellite images)
  • Structural maps (based on aerial pictures or satellite images in regional and local maps)
  • Hydrogeological maps (based on aerial pictures or satellite images in regional and local maps)
  • Hydrogeological maps (based on aerial pictures or satellite images in regional and local maps)