RockSigma has set out to revolutionize seismic processing and how it contributes to safe and productive underground mining. For digitalization in mines, RockSigma is a key contributor with its approach to software and open interfaces
RockSigma was born in northern Sweden, home to a world leading mining innovation ecosystem. Our founders worked for more than a decade in collaborative research with LKAB and Luleå University of Technology, perfecting the ideas that laid the foundation for our enterprise.
With backing and support from LKAB, we are revolutionizing the field of seismic processing, making deeper and safer mines possible.
Törnman, W. and Martinsson, J and Dineva.S. (2021).
Robust Bayesian estimator for S-wave spectra, using a combined empirical Green’s function. Geophys. J. Int. (2021)
Törnman, W. and Martinsson, J (2020)
Reliable automatic processing of seismic events: solving the Swiss cheese problem’, in J Wesseloo (ed.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Underground Mining Technology, Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth, pp. 155-172
Martinsson, J. and Törnman, W. (2019).
Modelling the dynamic relationship between mining induced seismic activity and production rates, depth and size – a mine-wide hierarchical model. Pure and Applied Geophysics.
Martinsson, J. and Jonsson, A. (2018).
A new model for the distribution of observable earthquake magnitudes and applications to b-value estimation. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters.
Wettainen, T. and Martinsson, J. (2014).
Estimation of future ground vibration levels in Malmberget town due to mining-induced seismic activity. Journal of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 114:835–843.
Martinsson, J. (2013).
Robust Bayesian hypocentre and uncertainty region estimation: the effect of heavy-tailed distributions and prior information in cases with poor, inconsistent and insufficient arrival times. Geophys. J. Int. (2013).
To provide the future of seismic processing for increase safety and productivity.
To revolutionise the understanding of rock mass
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