Infuse location intelligence into daily operations to optimize risk management and overcome logistical challenges. Efficiently collect and monitor data such as reseeding efforts; bond release schedules; spill prevention, control, and countermeasure (SPCC) tank inspections; and vendor backfilling operations. Once tracked, ArcGIS supports data sharing throughout a mining organization for seamless communication and record keeping—crucial elements of optimal environmental, health, and safety standards.

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Environmental monitoring

Visualize spatial environmental monitoring data for air quality, groundwater, and more. Explore historical trends in sampling data to identify potential issues while maintaining a comprehensive and reliable system of record to ensure environmental regulatory compliance.

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Inspections

In mining operations, converting pen-and-paper-based inspection workflows to digital forms is essential for time savings and accurate reporting. By visualizing and monitoring inspection data, mining staff reduce risk and ensure environmental compliance. Automated report creation, email notifications, and alerts lead to efficient record keeping and quick response times.

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Mine reclamation

From mine closure to reclamation and reseeding, Esri technology, including ArcGIS Field Maps, ArcGIS Drone Collections, and ArcGIS Pro, enables the bond release process. Esri's GIS software facilitates regulatory reporting, ensuring that mine operations proceed while following the guidelines of state and federal agencies.

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Geospatial Strategies for TSF Management


Use ArcGIS to enhance your tailings management workflows by integrating and georeferencing many disparate data sources.

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