CAMBRIDGE, UK --ARKeX has expanded its geophysical imaging capacity and capability. The company has added a survey platform on a twin-engine DeHavilland Twin Otter aircraft especially aimed at offshore and transition zone gravity gradiometry.
"The new plane allows us to safely survey offshore and across transition zones, areas where traditional geophysical acquisition is difficult and expensive," says Phill Houghton, VP, Sales.
The Twin Otter carries ARKeX's BlueQube gravity gradiometry acquisition equipment which the company says produced a high-resolution structure image quickly and easily.
BlueQube incorporates data from a number of instruments including gravity gradient imaging, magnetic gradioimetry, digital terrain mapping, and digital video.