The Top 5 Cloud Technologies for Mining Geologists

The Top 5 Cloud Technologies for Mining Geologists

The “prehistoric” analog tools of my college daysWhen I graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in geology over 30 years ago, everything was done manually, with pen and paper, coloured pencils, protractors, HP-10C RPN calculators, hand...
7 Reasons to Use Drill Core Photography Software

7 Reasons to Use Drill Core Photography Software

Are you taking pictures of your drill core using traditional tools? Most mid-tier and large mining operations today capture images of their drill core in some way.  Usually this involves taking pictures of the core using a smartphone or DSLR camera and transferring...
Are Scaled Paper Logs for Geologists Dead?

Are Scaled Paper Logs for Geologists Dead?

Are printed paper logs for geologists on their way out? Has their usefulness been surpassed by better technologies? Here at Imago we’ve been asking ourselves those questions, and thus have been working on augmenting (and possibly replacing) scaled logs that...
Refining The Big Picture of Your Geoscientific Data

Refining The Big Picture of Your Geoscientific Data

I recently saw a post on LinkedIn (apologies to the author but I can no longer find the reference to link it) with the observation that as geologists we sometimes miss the big picture of how geologic systems work. The author used an art installation in Fremantle, WA,...

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