The QAMT system is a lightweight helicopter-borne AFMAG (magnetovariation tellurics) survey system, which passively measures the earth’s natural electromagnetic field. The system delivers low-noise, 3-component mobile data using LT SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device) sensors that are capable of acquiring unparalleled data quality.
Over the last decade, natural field airborne EM methods have advanced significantly. They are known to provide valuable subsurface information for deep targeting and large-scale mapping. Single component passive EM systems do not provide adequate levels of certainty in resistivity imaging. The QAMT, with low-noise and 3-component mobile acquisition, now provides a new standard of resolution and depth capability for this airborne method. Data sets can be acquired with greater confidence and will deliver a clearer and deeper imaging result.
The SQUID sensors are developed by Supracon AG of Jena, Germany. Operating within a liquid helium bath, the sensors measure the electromagnetic field with unrivaled sensitivity. The sensor system is the result of over 20 years of development and testing.
Dias delivers unique geophysical solutions to geoscience challenges through the application of innovative technologies. Dias offers induced polarization and resistivity survey services using its proprietary DIAS32 system, a uniquely efficient and effective technology. Dias provides full tensor magnetic gradient survey services using the SQUID-based FTMG system in partnership with Supracon AG.
High priority gold targets associated with surface gold mineralization have been identified by Pelangio Exploration Inc. following an IP/resistivity survey completed by Dias Geophysical on their Hailstone property in Saskatchewan.Read the press release
Dias Geophysical’s 3DIP survey for Gold Bull Resources Corp. resources yielded excellent results and defined promising new drill targets on the Sandman Gold project in Nevada. This was the first 3D IP/resistivity geophysical survey that Gold Bull has completed on their property and they will continue to use this type of surveying for future targeting.Read the press release
Dias Geophysical completed a DIAS32 3D resistivity and IP survey over Declan Cobalt’s Tisová project in the Czech Republic. The property hosts polymetallic VMS mineralizationRead More
Dias Geophysical has been operating in Australia for over 6 months, and has committed a full 3D system to the Australian market for the foreseeableRead More
Dias Geophysical’s 3D survey over the Arrow Deposit in the western Athabasca basin, Saskatchewan, for NexGen Energy identified a new potential exploration target. The surveyRead More
Join us virtually for the PDAC premier mineral exploration and mining convention between March 8-11, 2021.
Join us virtually at AME’s first Remote Roundup conference from January 18-22, 2021.
Join us in Winnipeg on November 18 and 19 at the CCMEC conference.
Please plan to visit us at our booth at the Roundup in Vancouver from January 28 to 31.
Please join Dias Geophysical in the exhibition hall at the DMEC conference from October 22 to 25, 2017. Dias will be sharing a booth with Supracon AG for the duration of the conference. Glenn Chubak, Dias’ VP Technology, will be co-chairing the technical session on Ground and Borehole Geophysics on Tuesday morning, and Jonathan Rudd, Dias’ president, will be speaking on the Progress of the Electrical Resistivity and IP Method, also on Tuesday morning. Dias Geophysical is a proud sponsor of the event.
Dias Geophysical is exhibiting at the PDAC Conference from March 5 to 8. Please visit our booth # 6210N in the North Convention area.
Join us at the Roundup from January 23-26, 2017, at our booth #1519.
Stop by the Dias Geophysical booth at the ASEG conference in Perth, Australia.
Join Dias Geophysical at our booth at the AMEBC Roundup conference in Vancouver.
Dias presents an overview of the DIAS32 system at the KEGS monthly meeting in Toronto.
Dias presents two papers at the 3D IP and Resistivity workshop at the SEG conference in Denver.