|Genesis Aerial Exploration’s approach considers multiple factors in the final imagery analysis. First, we explore the existing geological, geochemistry and historical data. We then integrate this data with the newly acquired geophysical and satellite imagery. |
Your data will cover the full spectrum of mineral exploration, incorporating surface data and subsurface anomalies. The combined data is then analyzed and interpreted, using modern and extensive processing and modelling expertise.
The combined experience in synthesizing and interpreting all available technical information shall advance each project with a targeted strategy and add quantifiable value to each project.
From the raw form to an interpreted illustration, the entire dataset shall be imported into a readily available, logical format that allows easy access as required. The user-friendly platform is simple to navigate, belying the rigorous controls and complex environments in place that ensure your data is never compromised.
For security and privacy purposes, data is hosted offsite. This type of data integration is a solution-based model and adds simplicity to complex environments.
The Aerial Exploration division facilitates the integration of data sets across any discipline, in any form, creating a unique platform that addresses the requirements of each application and discipline. The data integrity, security and ease of access is paramount.
Applications include geoscience, geophysical, agriculture, architectural and infrastructure, in addition to any other recorded data set.
The entire data package shall be organized into a manageable and workable platform, based on your unique requirements. Additionally, a visualization menu is created, delivering focused interpretations with ease and flexibility.
The combination of modern remote sensing technologies, including synthetic aperture radar and multispectral imaging, to analyze a host of physical materials. This may include vegetation, surface alteration, ground structures, displacement, and complex anomalies.
This analysis can be completed over a large aerial extent and within a short timeframe. This methodology combines known geological data, geochemistry, and geophysical data with satellite analysis to define mineral targets.
Analysis provides a wide range of available resolutions and can be tailored to each project’s unique technical requirements.
Surveys incorporate the acquisition, processing, and analysis of the satellite synthetic radar data for each project area. Combining remote sensing techniques with synthetic aperture radar and allows for the analysis of vegetation, structure, alteration, and ground movement.
The Satellite analysis data is used to identify individual alteration products resulting from various styles and mineralization.
Additionally, digital three-dimensional elevation models (DEMs)are generated that can be used for the differential movements, including active fault improvements, and measure displacement to a resolution of 3.0 cm’s.
These techniques, in combination with known mineral occurrences, soil, stream sampling, geophysics and regional geology will be applied to your mineral exploration and can help expose potential high grading drill targets. This analysis is critical in understanding the controls with respect to your potential mineralization.
Data gathered, as part of the radiometric airborne gamma ray spectrometry, measures variance in rock units. These variations are key indicators of alteration and mineralization. Surveys incorporate transparent data processing and adhere to IAEA standard for calibration, data collection and processing.
The resulting interpretation, in combination with the other geophysical surveys, shall assist in advancing the ongoing exploration and targeted drill programs.
Map the conductivity and resistivity of the earth’s surface or subsurface (including specific geological rock units) with Electromagnetic Survey technology. The survey shall be mapped in three dimensions from the earth’s surface to a depth of over 1,000 meters.
Whether it be frequency or time domain, the Electromagnetic survey program’s design can facilitate several different EM survey options based on specific project requirements.
This specialized geophysical survey provides a detailed understanding of the underlying geology and structure of the survey array. This creates accurate target positioning, high performance, and enhanced definition of complex structures for final analysis.
The Triaxial Magnetic Survey is supported using helicopter flight and features high resolution, optically enhanced magnetic sensors.
The triaxial unit has specially designed potassium vapor magnetometers mounted within, allowing the measurement of both horizontal and vertical gradients of the magnetic field. This has proven especially valuable in areas of low magnetic gradients.
A host of UAV magnetic survey options are available utilizing both light weight potassium and cesium vapor and magnetometers that may be tailored for specific projects.
Gravity Surveys gather precise measurements, detecting critical variations of rock density. This is especially important given that the earth’s gravitational field is not uniform on a regional basis, resulting in varying rock densities that is quantified with precise measurements.
Gravity Surveys can be designed for both onshore and offshore applications, providing each project with high productivity and reliable data, governed by in-field quality controls.
LiDAR surveys use light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure ranges in terms of variable distances to the earth. The output allows for precise generation of three-dimensional (3D) information specific to regions or surfaces, including vegetation, tree cover, buildings, and any related infrastructure.
LiDAR survey equipment can be attached to fixed wing aircraft, helicopter, or drone (UAV) and is capable of penetrating most surface cover. The possible survey options may include digital elevation / surface modes (DEM / DSM), slope / drainage analysis, powerline inspections and forestry applications.
The Genesis Aerial Exploration team’s diverse project management expertise includes the ability to design, operate, manage, and optimize exploration activities, including ground activities, airborne surveys and environmental reclamation projects.
Upon consulting with each client and assessing their unique requirements, a detailed program is assembled and staffed with an experienced, professional team.
Extensive experience spans managing a wide complement of programs, including designing mineral exploration programs, drill programs, airborne surveys, surface / subsurface mapping, core logging and field sampling.
Remote sensing and geophysical analysis, along with satellite imagery & analysis and LiDAR surveys provide supplemental, invaluable data and findings. Procurement of all aviation solutions, drill contracts and related third-party service providers is available.
The available equipment captures the remote data and images, allowing our service providers transform them into a compelling and representative media format. Using in-person interviews, videography, and narrative, our experts assist
in assembling the information package and present the organization’s unique value proposition in a concise portfolio of messaging platforms that are sure to resonate with the public, in addition to investors and stakeholders.
The team at Genesis Aerial Exploration is conversant with leading edge geophysical tools along with the integration of satellite imagery and analysis. The integration of geophysical applications with the understanding of the geology affords our clients with an interdisciplinary strategy.