Geovia

Since many years SST consult is user and authorised partner especially for the software products Surpac and MineSched. Surpac is an efficient but easy to use special mining software for geology and resource calculations, mine planning and mine design. The software can be adapted easily to the different needs of companies and can be used by surveyors, geologists and mining engineers.

Geovia

The modular software has different tools for the areas:

SST has many experiences in customising the software and its interfaces. SST supports nationally and internationally over 100 users, especially with a German and English speaking hotline service.

Geovia

Moreover SST offers in-house training for DS GEOVIA products at the customer’s site. A data acquisition, especially during the training period with DS GEOVIA products is offered.
We attend the extensive array of products in Germany as a Geovia solution partner.
Geovia
is the world's most popular geology and mine planning software. It delivers efficiency and accuracy through ease-of-use, powerful 3D graphics, and workflow automation.
Geovia
provides collaborative geology and mine planning capabilities that support cross-functional teams involved in exploration, modelling, mine design, long-term planning, and production scheduling.
Geovia
provides the best geology and mine planning tools for coal and other stratified deposits, ensuring resources are evaluated accurately and mined efficiently.
Geovia
is the world's most trusted strategic mine planning software used to determine and optimise the economics of open pit mining projects.
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provides scheduling for surface and underground mines of all sizes and types, improving productivity and profits beyond what's possible in manual scheduling.
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provides mining operations the confidence to accurately compare forecast versus actual production for any mining activity. Validated production information is readily available at the end of the accounting period. Easy reconciliation means operational staff can promptly return to their normal day-to-day tasks.