A “point and shoot camera” for geotechnical & ground control engineers.

The fastest and easiest way to collect and process joint set orientation data sets in underground environments.

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Case Studies 

We are actively collecting case studies, if you are interested in being featured please contact us below.

 
 

Brewer Lake

Specializations
Sports Conditioning
Weight Management
Strength Training

Maryam is a former competitive swimmer who has found that ropes resistance training mimics moving against water. She brings a determined, but encouraging energy to all her clients and classes.

NORCAT Underground Testing Center

Specializations
Weightlifting
Strength Training
Senior Fitness

Aksel’s grandfather introduced weightlifting to him at an early age, so it’s no surprise that he went on to compete nationally. He approaches his own training with patience and resolve and brings that same attitude to his clients.

Kelowna Site

Specializations
Functional Training
Fitness & Nutrition
Yoga
Marathon Training

Maiv is addicted to fruits, vegetables, and marathons. During individual sessions, she also trains alongside you, so you never feel like you’re working out alone.

Brewer Lake Rover Test

Specializations
Gymnastics
Sports Conditioning
Strength & Resistance Training
Orthopedic Exercise

The Axis Mapper was connected to a Husky and driven alongside the Brewer Lake outcrop.

 

Frequently Asked Questions


Where can I use the Axis Mapper?

The Axis Mapper is designed for use in underground mines, but can also be used in open pit mines and other outdoor environments under certain lighting conditions. The maximum distance of the Axis Mapper is 3.5m away from the rock face.

How long does data take to process?

It takes three seconds to collect data for an individual joint set and within ten seconds the dip, dip direction and stereonet can be viewed.

What distance from the rock face is optimal to collect data? 

The Mapper will work up to 3.5m, but the optimal data collection distance is 2 to 3m.  

Can I see a live demonstration of the Axis Mapper? 

Yes, absolutely! You can book a phone call here to further discuss your site needs.  

When will the Axis Mapper become available?

You can pre-order an Axis Mapper anytime before April 1, 2019. Please request a quote here and we will begin delivering units in December 2019.

How can I schedule a demonstration?

You can book a phone call here to further discuss your site needs.

What outputs does the Axis Mapper provide?

The Axis Mapper provides a .csv file of the dip and dip direction measurements, .pdf of the stereonet, high resolution colour images, and a .csv file of a RMR and/or Q.

How long does the battery last on the Axis Mapper?

The battery will last four hours of data collection (excluding idle time during transportation). Typically, an individual using the Axis Mapper will have enough battery to last one to two shifts underground.

Is the data processing done on the device or in the cloud?

The processing is conducted on the device, so the user can view data within seconds in the field. The data can then be transferred to a computer using a cord.

What is included when you purchase an Axis Mapper?

In addition to the Axis Mapper, you will receive a rugged carrying case, harness for improved ergonomics, a charger, a cable for transferring data and field support.


Still have questions? We’d love to hear from you