Areas of remote and rugged topography, such as in Papua New Guinea or the South American Andes, can pose significant challenges for ground-based exploration activity, to the point where it becomes unfeasible, either due to financial costs or unacceptable occupational risks. Airborne Gravity Gradient (AGG) technology, including CGG’s Falcon and HeliFalcon systems, can overcome these hurdles and open up large difficult to reach areas to systematic exploration.
AGG is now an essential in every exploration toolbox, and the online Falcon AGG course gives an overview of the fundamentals of how the data is acquired, processed, and interpreted; along with some history of the system development.
Airborne Gravity Gradient technology has opened up large, difficult to reach areas to systematic exploration. It is now an essential in every exploration toolbox"
Presented by Asbjorn Norlund Christensen, who spent 6 years developing the Falcon AGG system and another 2 years managing its deployment, the course offers a unique insight into the evolution of this technology as a modern exploration staple.
Delivered as 14 videos with accompanying presentations, you can go through the material at your own pace, as well as refer back to slides of interest.
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