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ID# 22/007
Project
22/007 – Novel Methods to Measure Ore Volume in an Underground Dump Truck

This project is open to students who are currently residing in Perth Western Australia

Traditional methods of volume measurement for dump trucks are installed on a fixed gantry and require the truck to drive under the gantry to be measured. Investigate options (multi-source video, ultrasonic, LIDAR or other, for a measurement mechanism that can be built into an underground mining haul truck).

Existing commercial solutions include:
• https://lase-solutions.com/products/mining/lasetvm-3d-m-truck-volume-measurement/
• http://www.adityaweighing.com/TRUCK-Volumetric-Measurement.html
• https://www.adamtech.com.au/3dm/truck.html
• https://research.csiro.au/robotics/trayscan/

CEEDWA Partner
First Mode Pty Ltd
Discipline

Electrical or Software Engineering or Master of Data Science

Supervisors

Professor Mohammed Bennamoun and Professor Farid Boussaid

Project type

Full IP- student must be able to attend 8 weeks site work with client over the Summer break - Full credit toward Professional Practicum hours

Studentship

$13,500

Deadline
Midnight Sunday 10 October
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