Friday, December 2, 2011

PhotoSat Offers a New Drill Hole Collar Coordinate Stereo Satellite Mapping Service

PhotoSat is announcing a new drill hole collar coordinate mapping service designed for mining companies exploring in the developing world. When mining companies construct white crosses of painted stones or other materials, centered on their drill hole collars, PhotoSat can provide the companies with highly accurate and verifiable drill hole collar coordinates using high resolution stereo satellite photos. This drill collar mapping service has been developed for mining projects in the developing world where there is often local labour readily available to construct white stone crosses over the drill collars, while competent surveying is frequently costly and difficult to obtain. For more information on this service please go to

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