BMT's new Flight Enabled Detector 2.0; a semi-autonomous solution tackling muck-pile and stand-off limitations


11 February | 9:00 AWST | 11:00 AEST | 18:00 -1 MST
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  • BMT is accurately tracking ore and subsequently saving millions of dollars at each of the 130+ mines where the system is currently deployed.  
  • Some mines have seen operational challenges associated with the BMM detection process.  Walking on the muck pile can be dangerous, compulsory ‘stand off’ period due to gasses or ground control issues can significantly delay operations. 
  • The webinar will explain the Flight Enabled Detector (FED) with the capability of finding Blast Movement Monitors in a fully autonomous mode. With the release of version 2, there have been significant improvements in the software and detection accuracy.
  • The session includes results from a Western Australian mine site where the FED was trialed. 




Oliver Stokes
Mine Services Engineer / Consultant

Oliver is a Mine Services Engineer / Consultant with BMT, responsible for FED implementations within Australia. Oliver's experience covers geology, geophysics and survey in the mining and mineral exploration industries. Prior to joining BMT, he worked as an operations manager for a junior explorer and as a geologist in a core scanning company. Oliver holds a Bachelor of Science from Macquarie University and is based in Perth, Western Australia, where he supports clients across the Asia Pacific region. 


Dewald Smit
Project lead

Dmitri Fechine
Product manager


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