Corescan to unveil "CoreTable" at SEG 2015

18 Sep 2015

Corescan will be releasing the first, fully interactive, digital CoreTable™ at the annual Society of Economic Geologists meeting to be held in Hobart from 27th-30th of September 2015.

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The touch-sensitive, table-mounted 1.4m x 1.0m LCD display connects directly to CoreShed® to provide project geologists, exploration and mine management with unprecedented access to high resolution core photography and mineralogy maps across their global projects.

Clients with a CoreScan® laboratory operating alongside their drilling program will be able to access, view and virtually interact with core in quasi-real time from anywhere in the world.  Virtual core repositories, including new and archival collections of core photography, combined with hyperspectrally-derived mineralogy maps, are accessed from CoreShed (www.coreshed.com) using the CoreTable.

“Our latest CoreShed release offers full touch-enabled interaction with the client’s virtual core library” said Neil Goodey, Corescan’s Managing Director. “CoreTable is the next step in our vision to provide an end-to-end core logging solution, with comprehensive sensors operating at the drill rig delivering detailed imagery, data and knowledge across the company, in-real time.”

The first CoreTable is being delivered to Newcrest Mining’s Melbourne headquarters where it will access the company’s extensive global Corescan database.

Demonstrations of CoreTable and CoreShed will be offered throughout the SEG conference at the Corescan booth (booths 13 and 14) along with updates on recent scanning projects.