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Feb 24 2017

Visit GEM at PDAC 2017 for 5% off your next order!

Our team will be at PDAC Mining Convention in Toronto from March 5th to March 8th, and we welcome you to visit us at our Booth #802. Come talk to us for 5% off your next order, applicable until April 8th, 2017. This year we are showing our new AirBIRD and GEM Hawk combo for UAV magnetometer solutions.

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Jan 27 2017

AidBIRD Towed With UAV Helicopter

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Dec 23 2016

2016 Holiday schedule – Closed from Dec 24, 2016 until Jan 2, 2017

GEM System Christmas Holiday Schedule: Closed from Saturday Dec 24, 2016 until Monday Jan 2, 2017. Office reopens on Tuesday Jan 3, 2017 Note: and will be monitored throughout the holiday.

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Sep 16 2016

GEM Presented UAV technical innovation at EAGE Barcelona Sept 2016

Robert Gordon recently presented “Innovations in Geoscience, UAVS for rapid Magnetic mapping” at the EAGE Conference in Barcelona. Visit our “Presentations” page to view the presentation.

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Jul 22 2016

Alta Vista Ventures to buy Pioneer Exploration Consultants UAV Division

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 19, 2016 / Alta Vista Ventures (AVV-CSE) announces the signing of a Binding Letter of Intent to purchase a 100% interest in the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) division of Pioneer Exploration Consultants Ltd (“Pioneer”). The UAV division of Pioneer specializes in providing UAV solutions to the mining and exploration industry and has successfully completed aerial surveys throughout Canada, the United States and internationally for both major and junior mining and exploration companies. In late 2014, Pioneer developed the world’s first commercially available UAV based magnetometer survey called UAV-Mag (trademarked). This proprietary survey uses ultra-sensitive…

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Jun 29 2016

GEM announces new navigation features for GSM Magnetometers with GPS – “GRID on the FLY”

Now it is as simple as standing on the corner of your desired grid and capturing the waypoint. Walk to your other grid corner while collecting data, then Capture your destination waypoint. The system then generates a grid for you to continue surveying on. The rest of the Grid can now be surveyed with the device providing lane guidance and navigation. Contact GEM to see if your system can have the upgrade. OR contact GEM to upgrade your system to include GPS and Full Navigation with “Grid on the Fly”

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Jun 22 2016

GEM is Pleased to announce ZONGE International as new REP in the USA

GEM is pleased to announce Zonge International as our new Rep in the United States (USA). Zonge has a strong history as an  excellent manufacturer of  geophysical equipment and stellar geophysical service provider. This history and strong background will help GEM promoting and selling our high sensitivity magnetometers in the USA Zonge is a resource to exploration managers, geotechnical engineers, and independent consultants meeting client-company geophysics needs in three application arenas— exploration, environmental and geotechnical. Formerly Zonge International and Research Organization, the company changed its name to Zonge International in 2011. Zonge International teams perform hundreds of projects each year…

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Mar 22 2016

GEM Systems exhibited at the XI Conferencia Internacional de Minería, Chihuahua, Mexico, April 13-15

GEM Systems exhibited at the XI Conferencia Internacional de Minería, Chihuahua, Mexico, April 13-15.

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Mar 22 2016

GEM Systems exhibited at Expomin 2016, Santiago, Chile, April 25 – 29

GEM Systems exhibited at Expomin 2016, Santiago, Chile, April 25 – 29.

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Mar 16 2016

GEM Systems presented 2 papers in the Technical Program at SAGEEP 2016 in Denver, Colorado, March 20 – 24

GEM Systems presented a paper in the Drones in Geophysics session on March 21st  and another in the Electromagnetics and Magnetotellurics session on March 22nd. The Drones in Geophysics paper deals with Unmanned air vehicles in Earth Science (advanced multi-sensor magnetic gradiometer applications) and the paper for the Electromagnetics and Magnetotellurics session speaks to the rebirth of VLF geophysical technology providing explorers with a new tool for very cost effective imaging of the subsurface. To view the entire Technical Program, click  

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