Troy, NY, November 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Recently, H2H was approached by Triway International to present at a safety and technology meeting with the Chinese State Administration of Coal Mine Safety.
Presenting for H2H was Trevor Thomas, PE. His presentation focused on introducing the latest mapping technology and techniques for the mining industry. The presentation specifically focused on aerial, and underground techniques and how these recent advances translate to improved safety for coal mining facilities.
H2H uses aerial drones, mobile laser scanners, RTK GPS units, total stations, underground mobile scanners and marine-based survey vessels to service various needs within the mining industry.
These tools are used individually and together to provide numerous services including: aerial mapping of quarries and mine sites, topographic mapping, underground mine mapping, bathymetric mapping for underwater operations, production estimates and calculations, stockpile and inventory assessments. H2H is often the end user of many of these mapping products and routinely integrates this information with geologic and ore quality information for planning and reserves assessments.
H2H Associates was established in 2005 to provide engineering, environmental, remedial, and construction-related services to both public and private clients throughout North, South and Central America. H2H consists of environmental professionals, geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, scientists, and survey mapping professionals.
Triway International provides professional development training programs designed for Chinese delegations in the United States, and engage in bilateral exchanges between the two countries. Over the years, Triway has hosted tens of thousands of government officials and business leaders from China.