Experimental and practical prospecting operations confirm the high effectiveness of the remote identification method, delineation of anomalies of an almost unlimited range of minerals and remote acquisition of primary geological and geophysical characteristics of the identified deposits, which are necessary for express assessment of suitability for their commercial development.

Measuring parameters:

Ore Survey Parameters Remote Survey Stage On-site Survey Stage
Minimum Area 100 km2 100 km2
Time Frames Up to 3 months Up to 6 months
Contour border error +/- 20 m +/- 5 м
Presence Y/N * Yes
Anomaly detecting accuracy ** 60-70% 90-95%
Sensing depths Up to 1,500 m Up to 1,500 m
Tectonic fault network Provided Provided
Deposit depth accuracy ** 60-70% 90–95%
Type of reservoir rocks ** N/A Yes
Direction of layers N/A Yes
Resources assessment accuracy No Yes
Recommendation of exploration drilling / trenching Yes Yes

* The field stage is carried out only should the positive results are obtained during the remote stage of research.
** Mineral Sample – The sample allows to configure stationary and field equipment what increases the accuracy of the survey.

  • We need to know the given mineral background concentration in %,
  • 50-70 gram of core-samples with acceptable concentration of each mineral for production development,
  • Nearby located drilled well/mine coordinates, its depth and type of ore, concentration of mineral in ore at given depths,
  • Lithological description of core main characteristics.

Source Mineral – Spectrum