SkyTEM searching for water in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

SkyTEM water survey in New Zealand

SkyTEM is currently searching for underground aquifers in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. Water resources are under pressure in the area, and the SkyTEM aerial technology is much more efficient than drilling holes. The technology can produce 3D maps down to 300 metres.

See the feature from 1 News here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

121 Cape Town 2020

121 Cape Town 2020

3 February 2020

Cape Town, South Africa

Metal Earth and Smart Exploration Workshop

Metal Earth and Smart Exploration Workshop

27 February 2020

Toronto, Canada

Per Gisselø, Head of Operations at SkyTEM, will present “Smart Exploration and SkyTEM validation survey at Blötberget Mine Site in Sweden”

Airborne Geophysical Solutions for Geotechnical Challenges

Helicopter time-domain electromagnetics can be of substantial value to pre-engineering and construction projects. This White Paper presents several real world examples of how and where SkyTEM data was used to quickly and economically create or revise geological models and reduce risk on geotechnical engineering projects.

Download more papers on airborne geophysical surveying for geotechnical purposes here.

KEGS 2020 PDAC Symposium

KEGS 2020 PDAC Symposium

29 February 2020

Intercontinental Hotel, 225 Front Street West, Toronto, Canada

Per Gisselø, Head of Operations at SkyTEM, will give a presentation on:
“SkyTEM in Smart Exploration. Improvement of Depth of Investigation of the Airborne EM system”

Mines and Money London

Mines and Money London

25-27 November 2019

Business Design Centre, London, UK

VMS and Ni-Cu case study Orion Minerals

This case study illustrates the use of an exploration method that leverages modern exploration techniques for deep-seated VMS
and Ni-Cu deposits in a 978 km2 survey area in the highly prospective Areachap Belt, South Africa.

The exploration method comprises the use of a high power helicopter TEM (“HTEM”) system, a large fixed loop TEM
(“FLTEM”) ground system and drilling that are employed in a staged process to keep down risks and costs and more
importantly to optimize the chances of discovering viable economic mineral resources.

Based on the HTEM survey 19 high priority VMS targets were detected for ground follow up with FLTEM. The FLTEM data
confirmed all of these targets, and 2D plate modelling refined the parameter for optimal drilling of the targets. The first result
of the drilling campaign led to the discovery of a significant Ni-Cu deposit.

The prospect of this case study is that the employed method may be useful for certain types of mineral exploration. Provided
that the electrical conductivity contrast between the mineralisation and the host rock is sufficient then the use of
HTEM and FLTEM is a viable choice. The staged exploration process ensures that potential resources are detected and that risks and costs at each step are kept down.

Download the case study that was presented at SAGA 2019 here.

Xplor 2019

Xplor 2019

23-24 October 2019

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Mineral Resources Review

Mineral Resources Review

6 – 9 November 2019

St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada