Pressemitteilung BoxID: 576714 (Beak Consultants GmbH)
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  • Am St. Niclas Schacht 13
  • 09599 Freiberg
  • Ansprechpartner
  • Andreas Barth
  • +49 (3731) 781348

Beak presents new advangeo® version at PDAC

The World's biggest mining conference starts on 3rd March 2013 in Toronto.

(PresseBox) (Freiberg/Toronto, ) In March 2013, Beak Consultants GmbH is attending the PDAC in Toronto/ Canada, again. You can meet Dr Donald L. Lush, Andreas Knobloch and Dr Marco Roscher at our booth No. 1617!
Beak will present the self-developed prediction software advangeo® including its newest version to work with ESRI ArcGIS 10 and the newly available minerals extension especially developed to guide and assist advangeo® users within the software for the prediction of mineral deposits. You are invited to listen to Dr Marco Roscher and his presentation “advangeo® - Exploration targeting by use of artificial neural networks: Background and experiences” on 3rd March 2013, at 12:00 p.m. at noon, in room 802, at the Innovation Forum organized by CAMESE (Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export).
In addition, Beak will present results of its long-term engagement in the information technology and the mineral sector in Africa with case studies from projects in Rwanda, Ghana, Namibia and Uganda. The presentation “Reliable information management systems - a precondition for mining sector development” will be held by Andreas Knobloch on 5th March, at 11:30 a.m., in room 206BA, at a special event by the FAB (Fachvereinigung Auslandsbergbau und international Rohstoffaktivitäten) / GICG (German International Consulting Group) in the frame of the PDAC in Toronto.

Beak Consultants GmbH

Beak Consultants GmbH provides consulting services in the fields of geology, minerals, project due diligence, nature and soil protection, remediation of contaminated sites, planning, development and implementation of information systems, as well as data capture/cartography/GIS in Germany and abroad.
Currently, Beak employs 42 professionals from the fields of geo-sciences, computer sciences, cartography and mathematics.