Geoscience INTEGRATOR, the missing AI link for exploration
Did you know that the upcoming release of Geoscience INTEGRATOR 3.0 has been greatly adapted to also serve the exploration side of the mining industry? This unique web-based data management system is designed to quantitatively integrate 3D and 4D mineral exploration data sets and interpretation. It is the industry’s first multi-disciplinary, 4D data management framework and, as such, delivers the platform required by computational systems such as AI, that aim to answer questions that only quantitative data integration can answer. Most importantly, the system provides a “data fusion” capability specifically aimed at mining industry problems. This is game-changing technology for the industry, providing a sound, robust solution to the once-intractable problem of integrating highly disparate data across space and time.
About version 3.0 release.
With this version you will be able to create your own metadata fields and search for data sets using keywords, dates, tags, file names, metadata values, or even draw a 3D box via Geoscience ANALYST to see all the data sets belonging to an area of interest.
Additionally, 2D map views are now supported to facilitate analysis on topographic and geological maps, or other required map-based visualizations of models and data. Enhancements were made to the creation of input files for machine learning. Other updates include new exploration and mining themes, and access to layer names within DXF and DWG files.