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Airborne Geophysical Surveys and Exploration 

Geotech is a leader in technological innovation for geophysical surveys that offer you better, clearer, deeper images

As an innovator in the design and application of detailed airborne geophysical surveys for over 30 years, Geotech provides our clients with the most advanced geophysical exploration platforms, data processing and data interpretation available in the market today.

Our airborne geophysical survey services include:

Geotech operates over 30 VTEM systems and over 10 ZTEM systems worldwide. Our proprietary, large dipole moment VTEM system is the airborne system of choice by the geophysical exploration community.

International and experienced airborne surveys

We have been providing experienced worldwide airborne surveys longer than any other company, and our sustainability means that you can count on us to be a reliable partner in the future. In addition to our leading edge technologies, we are dedicated to building top-notch relationships with our clients to provide the best possible service, at home and abroad.

  • Thousands of kilometers in airborne surveys flown every day
  • Over 2 million line kilometers flown to date with our helicopter time domain electromagnetic systems
  • Over 200 employees and contractors
  • A growing fleet consisting of 18 aircraft and more than 40 helicopter and fixed winged systems

Geotech is a proud Canadian company with global reach. Contact us today to learn more.

PRESS RELEASE

Hunting for Giants: An Introduction to ZTEM Surveys in Mineral Exploration

It may just look like an enormous, flying spider web towed behind a helicopter, but the ZTEM airborne geophysical survey system has the potential to identify gi…

CASE STUDY

ZTEM Tipper AFMAG Results over the Shea Creek Unconformity Uranium deposits

In April 2009, a ZTEM (Z-Axis Tipper Electromagnetic) survey was conducted, on behalf of …