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Nov 29 2018

DRONEmag™ data map acquired by MWH Geo-Surveys

We’re happy to see our UAV solutions being used far and wide in the mineral exploration industry. Here is a magnetic map acquired by MWH Geo-Surveys International using GEM System’s very own DRONEmag™. Image used with permission. Data acquired by MWH Geo-Surveys International


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Jul 5 2018

The CONRAD Observatory’s History and Function

Upon returning from the IAGA 2018 workshop at the CONRAD Observatory in Austria, we are proud to share some more information regarding the history and function of the project.   Courtesy of Peter Melichar, the head of Geophysics at the CONRAD Observatory, here are two posters on the subject.    


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Apr 3 2018

GSM-19T used to survey Au-Ag deposit in Chukotka, in the far east of Russia

We are posting an article, curtesy of the Authors (Ermolin Evgenii, Ingerov Olex, and Savichev Andrew), depicting a successful geophysical survey of an extension of a known ore vein in the Chukotka region of Russia, in which our own GSM-19t Proton Magnetometer was used for the ground magnetic survey.   GEM Systems is happy to have contributed to the findings and publication.   Thanks to the authors for allowing us to share this article.   The physical-geological model of the epithermal Au-Ag deposit (Chukotka) on the basis of the integration of geophysical and geochemical investigations      


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Oct 18 2015

Join us in New Orleans for the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) International Exposition

The SEG International Exposition and 85th Annual Meeting is coming back to New Orleans. GEM Systems is joining over 8,500 professionals from 70 different countries at this the largest global geoscience exhibition. Visit us at booth #1518 to discuss our latest innovative solutions for exploration and the earth sciences. http://www.seg.org/web/seg-new-orleans-2015/welcome    


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May 22 2015

Space Exploration Rover With Magnetometer Tested at Carleton

On Thursday, May 21st the general public was lucky enough to witness an outdoor test of the KAPVIK Mars Rover instrumented with a magnetometer from GEM Systems For more visit http://earthsci.carleton.ca/news/15/space-exploration-rover-magnetometer-tested-carleton


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May 6 2015

Unmanned Air Vehicles in the Earth Sciences session at the joint meeting of the AGU-CGU-GAC-MAC, 3-7 May in Montreal

The  Joint Assembly is a unique platform for scientists and researchers to connect with their Canadian and U.S. colleagues in an intimate setting. With more than 2,000 attendees, the meeting covers the entire Earth and space science spectrum. GEM Systems was invited to present the paper entitled “Developing a High Sensitivity Magnetic Gradiometer for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ” at the Unmanned Air Vehicles in the Earth Sciences session  at the joint meeting of  the AGU-CGU-GAC-MAC; follow the link below for more. https://agu.confex.com/agu/ja2015/meetingapp.cgi#Session/5931


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May 5 2015

GEM’s autonomous gradiometer on display at Unmanned Systems

AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2015 convenes the largest global community of commercial and defense leaders in intelligent robotics, drones and unmanned systems.   On May 4, 2015, every domain — air, ground and maritime — and industry, from agriculture and construction to energy and academia, converged under one roof and GEM Systems’ autonomous magnetic gradiometer was on display along with other innovations that will shape our future.        


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Apr 16 2015

Magnetometers and archaeological investigations

Since the early 1950’s magnetometers have been used in archaeological investigations and that is why GEM Systems is joining over 3,000 archaeologists in San Francisco for the 80th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Why don’t you drop by booth 110 in Grand Ballroom B, at the San Francisco Hilton to see the latest technology available to non-invasively evaluate an archaeological site. booth 110 in Grand Ballroom B, at the San Francisco Hilton


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Mar 25 2015

Robotic Geophysical Mapping

GEM Systems is collaborating with Carleton University on a 6 month project to demonstrate that the Canadian Kapvik space exploration rover can be used to make geomagnetic measurements. The goal of the project will be to demonstrate that that the two (2) technologies (magnetometer and rover) can work together. It is anticipated that the development of a custom-made boom for the rover will be required to overcome the magnetic interference of Kapvik. Through the project GEM Systems will demonstrate that its UAV Magnetometer sensor is lightweight and versatile enough to be used on a high tech rover, in addition to a…


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Feb 4 2015

Magnetics in Archaeology

Magnetics are an increasingly key exploration method for archaeological applications. Main benefits lie in the ability to resolve details non-invasively, the wide range of artifacts and cultural affects that are detectable, and the low-cost of magnetics in comparison to other geophysical methods.   Having detailed knowledge of a site prior to investigation reduces excavation costs while ensuring that no part of the site is missed. In addition, as many projects are time sensitive, availability of a rapid, effective method may mean the difference between recovery and non-recovery.   GEM’s unique Overhauser & Potassium magnetometer/gradiometer systems combine data quality, survey efficiency,…


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