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Vacancy: Geophysical Systems Operator

By |March 25th, 2018|Latest News|

System Operator – Field Duties Role and Responsibilities: The System Operator’s broad function is to operate, repair, and service the aerial survey equipment. Responsibilities. The System Operator’s primary responsibility is for the operation of the equipment on board the aircraft for the specific purpose of collecting survey data of an acceptable quality. He is responsible [...]

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SPECTREM-PLUS system now in Australia

By |November 17th, 2017|Uncategorized|

SPECTREM AIR PTY LTD has been contracted by Independence Group NL to collect in excess of 20000 line-km of AEM and magnetic data over its tenements in the Albany Fraser Range. IGO has consolidated the largest ground position of any listed company on the prospective Fraser Range where IGO currently holds ~12,000km2 of tenure outside [...]

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SPECTREM AIR at International Conferences

By |January 31st, 2017|Latest News|

SPECTREM AIR will be attending a few international conferences including the SAGA Conference in Cape Town from the 09 to 13 Sept 2017, exhibiting at Booth A3. We will also be at the Exploration 2017 Conference in Toronto from 21 to 25 Oct 2017 at Booth 106. Drop in to get an update on some [...]

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SPECTREM AIR in the media

By |January 31st, 2017|Uncategorized|

South African Company taking 'next big step' in airborne geophysics - Article published in Creamer's Media Mining Weekly!   Airborne electromagnetic technology pioneer Spectrem Air, together with mining majors and main shareholders Anglo American and De Beers, is developing a superconductor magnetic gradiometer, known as SQUID, that will greatly enhance the capability of the sensors [...]

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Potential Ni/Cu targets mapped

By |April 4th, 2016|Latest News|

The EM data acquired by the SPECTREM system in Western Australia has been used by Chalice Gold to identify potential high quality Ni/Cu targets. Modelling indicates shallow depth of 50-160m, which is viewed as encouraging from the perspective of a potential mineral discovery. Extensive geophysics program underway with maiden 9,000m RC drilling commencing in September [...]

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