Damage Mapping

The Damage Mapping app is designed to allow users to damage map their underground excavations using a tablet device while offline. The browser-based app gives users simple, consistent, easy-to-use inputs to collect damage data, along with data associated with damage (installed ground support, ground conditions, etc). The data is then imported into mXrap for further visualisation and analysis.


Principal authors: Daniel Cumming-Potvin, Chun Wei Ho, Matthew Heinsen Egan, Paul Harris

Development support: Initially developed under Ground Support Systems Optimisation, Phase 2

Cumming-Potvin, D, Ho, CW, Heinsen Egan, M & Harris, P 2019, mXrap software app, Damage Mapping, version 1, Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth, www.mXrap.com

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As part of the ACG’s Ground Support Guidelines for Rockburst Prone Conditions research project, we have developed an application for damage mapping. It is a web-based application design for use with a tablet. This allows users to do their damage mapping offline while underground on the tablet, then when the [...]

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