GeoResonance combines over 20 technologies and patented know-hows into one methodology. The application of so many technologies requires specific skill-sets and state-of-art equipment. Our typical project involves 47 scientists and nuclear physicists, including 5 professors and 12 PhDs.
Traditional geophysical techniques produce ambiguous results. GeoResonance results are concise and unambiguous - we detect distinct resonance that is unique to nuclei of the ore minerals or hydrocarbons.
A complete GeoResonance survey starts with Sample Analysis followed by two stages: Remote Sensing and On-Site Survey.