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Dec 23 2016

Merry Christmas 2016 from GEM Systems Inc!

On behalf of all of us at GEM System Inc., we wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas, Seasons Greetings, Happy New Year, and prosperity in 2017!


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Aug 26 2016

Advanced Magnetometers & Gradiometers

GEM Advanced Magnetometers is a supplier of magnetometers, gradiometers and magnetic sensors for Earth Science, Geophysics and other applications. With more than three decades in the research and development of equipment for geophysical exploration, GEM is also known for its service and support – featuring knowledgeable magnetics professionals and the industry-leading three-year warranty program.


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Dec 22 2015

Merry Christmas from all of us at GEM Systems


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Jan 29 2015

Programmable Base Stations

GEM’s base station units enable remote programming via either a personal computer or the base station unit itself. The main benefit is more efficient use of memory and batteries while in the field. For example, a base station can be pre-programmed and left in the field for a month or more of operation – minimizing the infield maintenance and support of base station units on either airborne or ground surveys.     3 Programming modes are provided: Daily Scheduling (define working hours and minutes each day) This mode provides economy of memory and battery usage on a daily basis Flexible…


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Jan 12 2015

NEW: Three-Year Warranty

  GEM Systems Inc. has a reputation for delivering the most reliable magnetometers and gradiometers in the industry. We also support our reputation with the longest warranty available.   All GEM Overhauser, Potassium, and Proton Precession magnetometers and gradiometers, excluding batteries and third-party components (ie. GPS), are guaranteed for replacement of defective parts and labor for three years from shipping date. (Shipping costs are not included.)   Please note that any unauthorized opening of the sensor or console without written consent of GEM Systems, Inc. will void the warranty.   For more information on this new warranty program, please contact GEM at…


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Oct 16 2014

Magnetic Data in the Oil & Gas Industry

Did you know ?  In the upstream oil and gas industry, airborne magnetometer surveys can be used to detect a variety of near-surface hazards that are difficult to resolve in seismic data. Magnetic data will help identify fault zones, and orphaned well/drill hole and other iron-based infrastructure, associated with old and undocumented oilfield infrastructure. Gas migrates toward the surface along naturally occurring faults and frequently, it gets trapped in shallow structures also difficult to see on seismic images. Drilling into a shallow gas pocket on the way to a deep target can result in huge unexpected costs for the operator.…


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May 27 2014

New GPS Option Available

New GPS Option Available As of March31st, GEM is offering a new NovAtel GPS option which can be purchased with any of our instruments.   NovAtel CORRECT™ positioning technology is now available with TerraStar’s precise point positioning (PPP) corrections. This system delivers 10 centimeter or better accuracy with no additional base station infrastructure. Along with this feature, other benefits include improved accuracy and performance of solutions. This option optimally combines data from numerous GNSS satellite constellations with corrections from a variety of sources, to deliver the best position solution possible. Image: Terrastar.net   For more information on how this GPS…


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Apr 21 2014

GEM Systems Upcoming Events From Around the World!

GEM Systems Upcoming Events From Around the World! With all of the advancements and innovations GEM Systems pioneers in the magnetometer industry, it’s important that we make our presence felt at the top events around the world.  There are three upcoming events we are attending in three distinctly different regions that we are really looking forward to. Expomin – Santiago, Chile   The Expomin event takes place in the South American city of Santiago, Chile from April 21 – 25, 2014.  Santiago is the capital of Chile and it is more than 1,700 feet above sea level, with both mountains…


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