3DMSI Ltd

Unit 5C
Waterside House
Penryn
Cornwall
TR10 8BE
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1326 618023
Email: info@3dmsi.co.uk
Web: http://www.3dmsi.com/

Registration Number: 06990149

Primary Contact

James Jobling-Purser

James Jobling-Purser

Managing Director

Tel: +44 (0)1326618023/+44 (0)7901738864
Email: James@3dmsi.co.uk

Secondary Contact

Nigel Hewitt

Nigel Hewitt

Strategic Development Manager

Tel: +441326618023
Email: nigel@3dmsi.co.uk

Company Profile

Service sectors we operate in:

  • 3D mine surveys
  • Mine infrastructure installation surveys
  • Abandoned mine rehabilitation surveys
  • Geotechnical data capture
  • Building “mine information models”

Company Profile

3DMSI’s geospatial surveyors use cutting-edge laser scanning technology to provide the most accurate and pin-point precision models for mining operations. Our specialism in 3D laser scanning puts us at the forefront of modern surveying methods. From initial scanning of a structure, through to accurate processing of millions of data points, we can quickly generate precise and comprehensive 3D models of as-built environments and provide quality information that can make big differences in levels of efficiency, cost and most importantly safety.

Our portfolio of work in the mining sector includes development such as tunnelling, sinking shafts, declines and haulage ways and embraces room & pillar, longwall stoping and block caving mining methods. We have measured bench advances in open cast workings and have ranged from rehabilitation of abandoned mines to major capital expansion projects in working mines.

3DMSI’s modus operandi is to provide visual, easily understood analysis. The models we create add to traditional 2D drawings by allowing our clients to work visually in 3D, giving decision makers a highly communicative, powerful tool to make informed decisions faster and with more confidence.

We can use this, for example, in clash detection to clearly demonstrate any conflicts between the as-built environment and designed structures before the costly process of installation is undertaken.

By adding layers of information we can add to the comprehensivity of a 3D model allowing us to work confidently in situations which do not have well defined, existing solutions. In this we are working towards providing full mine information models similar to building information modelling now required in major architectural projects.

Our local network of expertise includes a close relationship with Exeter University and its world renowned Camborne School of Mines. With its focus on mining, surveying and earth sciences, this gives us even greater access to research facilities and raw talent