RESPEC releases GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools

Geoscience, engineering and integrated technology solutions company RESPEC has released the GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools. GeoSequel is a comprehensive application used for exploration and mining sample data management. With the addition of LabTools, all aspects of managing sample data in the mining cycle are covered.

RESPEC releases GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools
RESPEC releases GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools

RESPEC releases GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools

Geoscience, engineering and integrated technology solutions company RESPEC has released the GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools. GeoSequel is a comprehensive application used for exploration and mining sample data management. With the addition of LabTools, all aspects of managing sample data in the mining cycle are covered.

RESPEC’s GeoSequel 2.15 eliminates the bottlenecks in data loading and extraction and features an well-designed set of workflows for software use. Designed for user and administrative ease, this reasonably priced software serves a wide spectrum of personnel, including exploration geologists, grade-control and reconciliation staff, in-house laboratory managers and technicians, and environmental managers and technicians.

RESPEC’s Mining & Energy business unit is focused on improving mining company productivity with innovative data and technology solutions. RESPEC’s Paul Hartley, director of sales and support, commented, “We are very pleased to announce the release of GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools. No matter what stage of exploration and mining your company is in, we can save you time, increase your confidence, and protect your investment. GeoSequel is highly flexible and can handle any type of sample, any type of analyses, and any workflow process.”

GeoSequel 2.15 With LabTools enables companies to cover samples from drillholes, blastholes, channels, points in the process stream, and environmental monitoring. Protecting the sample’s chain of custody with high security, the software includes all sample stages, including acquisition, logging, sample preparation, analyses, quality assurance/quality control, and output to modeling software. Because the workflow for handling samples and analyses varies at each mining operation, the software update with LabTools is designed with exceptional flexibility so that in-house laboratories can be as independent as necessary and still participate in a centralized, secure database.

RESPEC’s mining software communicates with all general mine planning programs and geographic information systems (GIS) and is not locked into expensive, single-user modeling applications. Available as a cloud subscription or site-based installation, GeoSequel is designed to “grow” with a company. It is powered by SQL Server and includes the web-based GeoSequel database manager and five applications: Logger, Tools, Link, Stor, and now, LabTools.

When going digital for the connected mining era, companies need a software that is comprehensively multifunctional. GeoSequel’s unifying software design means that a company no longer needs separate databases for tracking exploration, mining, and environmental monitoring samples. In fact, on-site laboratories that use GeoSequel 2.15 with LabTools do not need a separate and expensive laboratory information management system application.

LabTools was designed from the perspective of laboratory supervisors and technicians and can accommodate any sample or analysis type. The software features full transmittal functionality and the built-in capability to buffer between finalized laboratory results and operations personnel, including environmental managers.