Derived from the key sciences of atmospheric- and geophysics, the avant-gardist technology leadership we here claim, stems from the unique capacities of robust identification of characteristic fingerprints of natural resources and tectonic faults by decoding analogue & digital satellite image data, relevant to microseepage, in the visible, ultraviolet and infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum on one hand, on the other, the field corroboration of the results, by areal and point electromagnetic deep sounding that further illuminates anomalies, their boundaries, width, depths and fluid migration by causal electromagnetic field measurement.
Prime objective here is to capture, analyse and interpret geochemical and geobotanical microseepage effects.
This is achieved by processing satellite time series-, multispectral- and hyperspectral-images to: retrieve spectral reflectance, identify materials, detect processes and signs of tectonic faults — by visible, ultraviolet, infrared and radar imagery — of the acreage.
At this stage, a visual and algorithmic extrapolation of anomalies and determination of their primary boundaries is feasible. Further processing in the IR range allows for quality assessment of the anomalies.
The processing of a much higher resolution multi-sensor dataset in contrast to ERS I, filters noise signals, consequently amplifying potential anomalous signals that are highly indicative of resource accumulation.
Delineation accuracy is further increased by proprietary radiation processing of analogue images, enhanced with the NMR fingerprints of resource sample and/or reservoir rock, by means of proprietary nano-gels. This can/is only accomplished in the world’s lone private nuclear reactor, fundamental to our proposition.
Accuracy of results after ERS II is between 50%-60%
NMR Deep Sounding
A carrier wave is modulated with exact or proximate resonance frequencies of subject resource. Deep carrier signal sounding of anomalous zones by a performant electromagnetic emitter, triggers unique electromagnetic resonance response of resource at depths up to 6km. The resultant unique NMR signals are recorded by sensitive NMR receivers on the surface, allowing for clear determination of contours of productive anomalies.
With a point electromagnetic sounding device, resource accumulation intensities and depth data are retrieved that informs of distribution, pressure, migration etc..
Accuracy after NMR DS is over 90%