Welcome to the GEM News Archives. This section describes the latest advances in magnetics from GEM, our agents and most importantly, our customers.
Some of the topics you will find listed here include technical notes, newsletters, customer announcements and case histories.
GEM Systems, Inc. will be exhibiting at the 75th EAGE Conference & Exhibition in London, England! Come visit us at Stand #100 from June 10-13, 2013 to learn more about GEM's advanced line of magnetometers, gradiometers, and magnetic sensors for many different applications.
GEM is currently looking for representatives in the USA!
GEM and a group of earth science companies were pleased to sponsor an essay award competition for students. View the press release describing the award program.
View a summary of technologies available for specific types of projects as well as teaching & research.
GEM ensures that its magnetometers meet the highest sensitivity standards. Find out how each system compares.
View the latest information from Alpha GeoInstruments, a distributor of GEM products in Australia.
Request your copy of GEM's latest technical note on working with GEM's GPS lane navigation and positioning functionality.
New white paper illustrates the benefits for value-oriented earth science professionals and institutions. Ensure that you are obtaining the maximum value from your proton system with the industry's most up-to-date precession instrument.
Overhauser uses radio frequency polarization to deliver high sensitivity data with no heading error. In addition to being the choice of data end-users and interpreters, the GSM-19 is also the choice of operators due to its simplicity, minimal weight & power consumption, and GPS positioning. "Clean" data, survey efficiency, and affordability will quickly confirm that you are in a class of your own for key projects and academic applications.
GEM is pleased to announce a new arrival. Nicknamed the "baby" dIdD for its compact size, the Suspended dIdD is a drift-free vector magnetometer developed with the Eotvos Lorand Institute & Tihany Observatory (Hungary) and the United States Geological Survey. The new dIdD eliminates the need for fluxgate devices. See pictures of the new "baby" here.
The BGS has updated its magnetic observatory systems with a new magnetic data acquisition package. The result of almost two decades of development, GDAS incorporates GEM's GSM-90 Overhauser magnetometer as its standard for long-term, drift-free total field measurement.
GEM led the industry in the early 80's with the first helicopter-borne four-sensor gradiometer. Today, the addition of Potassium sensors is attracting attention for professionals seeking very high sensitivity surveys with low heading error.
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