Since 2007, CORE PROFILER has provided exploration and mining companies with a tool that logs core to scale, enables rapid and consistent logging, allows geotechnical measurements to be made directly from the core.
Central to all geological characterization, including the interpretation of vast amounts of geophysical data, are geological observations made on drill core and chips.
Two factors that impede the quality and reliability of these observations are:
– inconsistencies of visual observations between observers
– a lack of tools to efficiently reconcile the observations against photographic records.
CoreProfiler is a software based logging tool that uses CSIRO’s Sirovision technology to build a scaled continuous image of drill core from hand-held core tray or core split photographs. The CoreProfiler software allows logging of geological and geotechnical information directly from the scaled image. Logging sheets, data dictionaries, reference images and links into the reference library are user-defined and can be set up to follow standard mine conventions. Images and data can be exported to the software packages most commonly used by mine sites.
The development of CoreProfiler (Release 1.0) was initially funded by the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP project C15037). Since then, CoreProfiler (Release 2.1.1) has been extended to provide:
The videos below provide some helpful tutorials for Core Profiler users.
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