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Airborne Electromagnetic Surveys

Unmatched Airborne Electromagnetic Technology (EM)

SkyTEM is the leader in innovative airborne EM geophysical surveying services. We engineer advanced data collection systems to meet the rigorous data-density and precise quality requirements of earth scientists for a wide range of subsurface studies.

Airborne Electromagnetic Surveys

Water and Environment

SkyTEM has helped geological organizations and government water agencies on seven continents unearth a wealth of information about their aquifers and aided in their understanding of how geology and mankind can affect, and be affected by, groundwater resources.

Mineral Exploration

SkyTEM has engineered the next generation of airborne geophysical electromagnetic systems designed specifically to map geology at maximum depth in high resolution with low base frequency B-field capability for improved targeting and mapping.

Geotechnical Engineering

The SkyTEM method delivers accurate, high resolution, precisely positioned measurements giving scientists and engineers a better understanding of the physical properties of the shallow sub-surface to facilitate early risk management regarding potential hazards and cost impacting decisions.

Mapping the Subsurface with Airborne Geophysics

SkyTEM systems do what no other single airborne geophysical system can – map the near surface in high resolution concurrently with accurate measurements to depths over 500 metres.

Engineered to detect subtle geological variations, SkyTEM delivers a comprehensive interpretation of near-surface geology and increases confidence in modeling deeper geology. Furthermore, inverted data can be made available within 48 hours. SkyTEM’s suite of systems satisfies the most challenging mapping needs and offer a wide range of solutions for resource management.

SkyTEM systems are designed to detect subtle variations in conductivity/resistivity making it possible to deliver accurate high resolution images of alterations in the earth.

The magnetometer and auxiliary instruments are mounted directly on the frame so that measurements are made as close to the ground as possible from an airborne geophysical platform.

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