Geostatistics for Mineral Resource Estimation
Geostatistics is the most efficient and powerful framework to characterise, estimate and manage your mineral resource.
Geologists or mining engineers can apply geostatistics at all stages of the mine life cycle: from exploration to development, production and even for site remediation. Geostatistics offers a wide range of methodologies adapted to all commodities and styles of deposits.
Geovariances’ scientific rigour, continuous innovation and geostatistical expertise guarantee the quality of your evaluations at different stages of the development of your projects (feasibility studies, bankable studies, desktop reviews, etc.).
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"Great piece of software helping the Resource Geologist to investigate its dataset to take the best decision while estimating."
"I have had a chance to test some parts of Isatis.neo and am amazed at how the menus and many functionalities are nicely streamlined. Everything seems to be carefully and logically arranged, especially for new users. For the old Isatis users, I think it is just a matter of..."
"We've got excellent results with the clustering tool available in Isatis.neo. The domains created with Isatis.neo have been validated with the reconciliation of mined areas and the results of the technological studies."
Training very good in all aspects: organization, material, applicability of the methodology and technical knowledge of the consultant. We will certainly have more challenges and we know that we may count on you.
Geovariances technical support is personalized, which I really enjoy. Many software companies provide a totally impersonal "call center" type of support, which certainly discourages us to use the support and the software itself. Not Geovariances.
WHAT IS HAPPENING IN YOUR INDUSTRY?
The University of Chile uses Isatis.neo for their postgraduate diploma in Geostatistical Evaluation of Deposits
Students benefit from academic licenses of Isatis.neo to experience geostatistics techniques applied to resource evaluation.
Geovariances trainers will collaborate with the I Workshop of Economic Geology organized by the University of Sao Polo...
Our Senior Mining Consultant Flavie Isatelle will talk about Geovariances at the Indonesian Economic Geology Society MGEI
This half-day of presentations will be an opportunity for the audience to discover Isatis's full capabilities.
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