As the demand for raw materials continues to grow, mining remains one of the United States' most important industries, producing $90.4 billion in mineral commodities in 2021. Mining activities, whether underground or surface, generate vibration that must be monitored to ensure safety and regulatory conformance.
Blasting with explosives to fragment rock produces vibration and air overpressure that can damage nearby structures and machinery, create stability problems inside the mine and injure worksite staff.
Careful design upfront, along with verification with a blasting monitoring system can help mitigate risks.
Join Barth Jacquot, Syscom Instruments, and Polly Brown, Terra Insights, for a 40 minute workshop where you will learn how monitoring vibration and air pressure can improve mining practices.
Key takeaways from this webinar:
Sales Manager | Syscom Instruments
Barth has a Bachelor's degree in microtechnical science from the HEIG-VD university and a diploma as a marketing specialist. For more than 8 years at Syscom as head of sales and global business development, Barth has worked in the civil engineering, nuclear and metrology sectors in B2B environments, mainly in the field of precision instrumentation. He has in-depth knowledge of IoT/IIoT related product development, distribution management and business development, as well as product line management and marketing.
Business Development Manager | Terra Insights
Polly joined the RST business development team in October of 2021 from a background in geotechnical instrumentation, hydrogeology, oil and gas, and business development. She has actively helped customers with complex monitoring projects in the transportation, energy, and infrastructure sectors.
Polly believes guiding customers in the planning of a project through the implementation of equipment and data analysis, is her strength and that of all Terra Insights.