The factors influencing the qualitative and quantitative components of the result of surveying in open-pit mining using a quadcopter were identified and systematized, and the mathematical dependence of the influence of factors on the final error of surveying was determined. After a large number of field observations – numerous flights of a geodesic quadcopter over mining facilities – the subsequent mathematical justification of the results of the aerial photogrammetric surveying was made, which allowed to analyze the degree of participation in the final accuracy of the survey of each of the considered factors. The results of this study demonstrate the source of errors, which provide the surveyor with the opportunity to efficiently and competently carry out pre-flight preparation and planning of fieldwork. The study and subsequent consideration of the factors affecting the accuracy of surveying with the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle are the basis for the subsequent development and formation of a methodology for using a geodesic quadcopter in the conditions of open-pit mining.
This article respond the method of determining the strength parameters of rock is considered a rapid assessment of the current state of stability mine array is described.
This article respond the question about using the digital photographic data in open-cast mine for specification of structural easing factor and his application for modeling of stsbility in open-cast mines with «Phase2» and «NEDRA».
In article possibility of increase of efficiency of surveying and geologic maintenance of open-cast mining of deposits on the basis of remote means, improvements of images for perception the person and the computer (simplification of the subsequent recognition), conveniences of processing of a photographic material, increase of accuracy and reliability of received data about distribution of fractures in soils is described.