As pioneers of the industry UTS Geophysics offers clients the benefit of 20 years of experience along with the highest calibre of staff and technology. Our surveying capabilities include ultra-high resolution magnetic, radiometric, electromagnetic, gravity and digital terrain surveys. We have the aircraft and acquisition systems to ensure every Australian or international project is completed to the highest standard, and is a cost effective asset to any exploration program.
UTS utilise a diverse fleet of fixed wing aircraft to offer efficient and high detail data collection, ensuring we are able to safely conduct operations on and off shore. The UTS Geophysics stinger-mounted, heli-magnetic survey system offers accurate data positioning, low noise levels (from reduced bird swing and turbulence effects) and improved height control and terrain contouring.
Our experience and continued development ensure we provide high quality, low noise data with turbine engine aircraft providing maximum safety.
Our team have the knowledge and ability to deal with a wide range of domestic and international projects, so please do not hesitate to contact our sales team if we can be of service.
"Over 20 years of airborne geophysical surveying experience"
"World's first helicopter mounted stinger system in mining exploration"
"UTS Geophysics owned and operated acquisition systems"
"Introduction of the first low-level, ultra-detailed, magnetic and radiometric FU24 survey platform with the ability to fly in rugged terrain"
"World's first purpose built, fixed wing survey platform"
"Acquisition of over 15 million line km's worldwide"
"A growing fleet of 18 aircraft, and more than 40 helicopter and fixed wing systems in combination with Geotech Airborne"
"Nine offices throughout the world with over 200 employees and contractors"
Upcoming Events: ASEG-PESA-AIG 2016 25th International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition
Where: Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia
Date: August 21 -24, 2016
Feel free to drop in and say hello at booth # 32.