New laser and spectral field methods for in situ mining and raw material investigations (Laser-In-Situ)


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Funder's project number: 292558


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  • 218 613,00


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Project timetable

Project start date: 01/09/2015

Project end date: 31/08/2019


Summary

The research programme will develop remote and fast quantitative characterization methods for 3d-modelling of rock surface topography and mineralogy, which would be a valuable 3d-modelling and geometallurgical tools for the mining industry. An integration of the spectral information and 3D measurements would contribute significantly to the models created by mining and surveying engineers and geologists. The research will bring together the knowledge and experiences accumulated in Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in Laser Scanning on hyperspectral laser scanners (FGI and Aalto RYMMI) and CMOS SPAD techniques (Academy Prof. Juha Kostamovaara, University of Oulu); the experiences of the Tekes financed Ladimo-project (Aalto Geoengineering) and the ongoing LaseREE-project on laser analysis of ores (JYU). International co-operation will be carried out with the EIT KIC on Raw Materials and the State Key lab of “Mine Hazardous Causes and Prevention and Control” of SDUST, China.


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