Mining Geographic Information System
Mining geographic information system (DuGIS) is a complete system for administration and application of mine and geological surveying. DuGIS information system serves for mineral deposit mine planning, exploration structures (e.g. well) documentation and it’s also an instrument for solving property relations and for mining industry in general. DuGIS information system was created in cooperation with experts such as geologists, mine surveyors or miners in order to meet all needs and requirements of end users.
The system consists of data storage and DuGIS Map and DuGIS Evidence end software clients. In the data storage there are saved mine survey, geologic survey and other geographic data and documents, information of so called land identification, addresses and estates registry, as well as descriptive information recorded in database tables. DuGIS data can be acquired from other information systems or databases run by an organization which are related to mine or geological surveying. However, end users will be also able to work with data of different information systems such as SAP which will be all pictured in clearly-arranged and uniform way.
DuGIS Map client is applicable for geographic data procession. It is an instruments set for work with map and descriptive information on its individual features. Through the client the users can search for wells in the map, generate quarry relief, deal with property relations issues or make print-outs.
DuGIS Evidence end client was developed for processing the tables and their content. The tools of this software are used for table data filtering, searching, recorded items editing, data configurations generating. The client facilitates wells documentation, extraction reserves, report generation in accordance with effective legislative (Geo (MOE) V3-01, Min (MOIT) 1-01), documentation attachments administration and so on.
The system is sorted into following modules which are interconnected:
Geographic data catalogue
- Mine surveying records
- Supplementary geographic data (orthophotomap, DTM …)
Organization structure and borders
- Production units and locations
- Mining premises, Exploration territory...
- Wells documentation
- Auxiliary and user borehole profiles
- Sampling and assessment
- Deposits and a blocks of reserves
- Reserves depletion records
- Data configurations and reports
Geological quarry models
- Boreholes selection and classification based on their conditions
- Computation of actual reserves
- 3-D quarry visualization
- 3-D geological model and well visualization
- Geological profiles
- Land registry (land identification, addresses and estate registry)
- Administration of records