FALCON Gravity Gradiometry

FALCON Gravity Gradiometry

The Falcon® Airborne Gravity Gradiometry (AGG) family of technologies has been jointly developed by CGG and Lockheed Martin over the last 20 years. This has led to the only AGG instrument that is specifically designed to deal with the rigors of high resolution data collection in a dynamic airborne environment and the only AGG instrument to be used commercially in a helicopter. Continuing this history of innovation is the recently released Falcon® Plus system with less than half the noise content of any competing system. Accessing large areas of land quickly, safely, and efficiently our Falcon® systems allow you to make exploration decisions with confidence. With six systems positioned globally, one of the Falcon® family is waiting nearby.

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Falcon® Plus

The world’s best airborne gravity gradiometer just got better. With half the noise of the original Falcon® system,  Falcon® Plus will help you see more, and spend well.

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Helifalcon

HeliFalcon®

Flying lower and slower than its fixed wing brothers, HeliFalcon® represents the finest gravity data that can be collected in the air.

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Multi-Physics - Integrated Geological Interpretation

Integrated Geological Interpretation

The strength of the Multi-Physics offering is the ability to map several unique rock properties and integrate these with multiple complementary data sources as dictated by the geological challenge.

Multi-Physics - FTEM Mapping Showcase

FTEM Mapping Showcase

The definitive Multi-Physics large scale mapping tool yields stunning results in the Namibian desert.
Multi-Physics - Lalor

Lalor Deposit HTEM

CGG flew the HELITEM® time-domain electromagnetic (TDEM) as a test survey over the Lalor Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) deposit in early 2012.
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Webinar - Falcon Plus

FALCON PLUS

The world's best Airborne Gravity Gradiometer is now even better!

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