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EQUATOR - the Technology of Combined Helicopter-Borne EM and Magnetic Survey

EQUATOR

EQUATOR is our innovative system that provides time-domain electromagnetics and high-precision magnetics. Some of its advantages are:


Airborne Low-Frequency Electromagnetic System EM-4H

EM-4H

The EM-4H is a cost effective conductivity mapping system that provides data of high quality due to

The EM-4H can be installed in a light helicopter or fixed-wing aircraft


Airborne Magnetometer GT-MAG

GT-MAG

GT-MAG is our new solution for high-precision magnetics survey. It can be used as a stand-alone system or integrated with electromagnetic system. Due to unique measurement technology quality of GT-MAG data is not affected negatively by transmitter field of EM system.


Airborne Infrared Scanner SCAN-T

SCAN-T

The infrared scanner has been developed for airborne mapping of heat radiation from the earth’s surface. SCAN-T can solve wide range of problems such as


Magnetometer GT-MVS

GT-MVS (walking modification)

Cesium vapor magnetometer GT-MVS is provided in two modifications:

"Walking" magnetometer

Base station

Its outstanding sample rate (up to 500 Hz) allows high precision magnetic surveying even in areas with high level of industrial noise.


Navigation and Data Control System NavDat

NavDat экран

NAVDAT is a software tool that provides navigation and data control solution for airborne survey systems employing one or more geophysical devices.


Strapped-Down Attitude System SIAS-2

SIAS

The SIAS-2 was initially developed for measuring yaw, pitch and roll of an airborne infrared scanner system mounted in a small aircraft. Due to its small physical size, low weight and reliable performance, the system is now available commercially for use in any aircraft or towed ‘bird’.


Aeromagnetic Compensation Software REINMAG

REINMAG is a new aeromagnetic compensation system developed on the base of classic Leliak aircraft magnetic-interference model and extended by stochastic process modelling magnetic field anomaly and magnetic field gradient.