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ARANZ Geo previews Leapfrog® Geo at Mining Indaba Africa

ARANZ Geo previews Leapfrog® Geo at Mining Indaba Africa

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand, 4 February 2013
– ARANZ Geo Ltd the developer of 3D geological modelling software Leapfrog® for the mining, hydrogeology and geothermal industries, will preview Leapfrog Geo at Mining Indaba Africa this week.
The new workflow-based solution for modelling geology and mineralisation will be on show at the ARANZ Geo booth 134-136 as part of the world's largest mining investment event at the Cape Town Convention Centre from 4-7 February 2013.

Leapfrog Geo, set for release later this month, is the next generation in implicit geological modelling. It leverages the same implicit modelling functionality ARANZ Geo are known for, but is presented in easy to grasp workflows that guide the user through the modelling process. Leapfrog Geo fast-tracks understanding, enhances productivity and reduces risk.

Other Leapfrog (www.leapfrog3d.com) products include Leapfrog Mining, Leapfrog Hydro and Leapfrog Geothermal.

More than 7500 global professionals and 1800 international companies from 100 countries are taking part in the 19th annual Investing in African Mining Indaba (www.MiningIndaba.com), the meeting place of mining’s most influential decision-makers and stakeholders.

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