Seequent boosts mining, exploration data integration with Esri

New Zealand-based geoscience software company Seequent has released a tool to enable faster, more seamless integration of subsurface drilling and borehole data into the ArcGIS Pro application from partner company Esri
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Target for ArcGIS Pro allows users to import, visualise and interpret drilling data from standard industry data sources or generic formats

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Target for ArcGIS Pro, which Seequent said is an "industry-first tool", was designed to bring advanced understanding of mining and exploration data to the Esri ArcGIS Pro environment.

The Esri-integrated solution should simplify the importing, viewing and analysis of drill-hole and subsurface geological data within ArcGIS Pro to allow geoscientists, geologists and geographic information system (GIS) analysts to make better decisions on project viability.

Seequent's GM for mining and minerals Nick Fogarty said the company had worked closely with Esri "to create essential workflows for geoscientists in mining and exploration who want to use their data in ArcGIS Pro".

"Our partnership ensures we can deliver interoperability that allows our customers to get the full benefit from both Target and ArcGIS geoscience workflows, creating a world-leading end-to-end solution," he said.

"Target for ArcGIS Pro is the latest in our ongoing effort to enhance integration and empower advanced geoscience analysis within Esri's established GIS platform."

Target for ArcGIS Pro allows users to, among other things, import, visualise and interpret drilling data from standard industry data sources or generic formats; view drillhole data by numeric or categorical attributes in 2-D maps and 3-D scenes; incorporate subsurface data sets for increased understanding and geological context; and share and collaborate using Esri's online workflows.

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