KEGS Presents: DIAS32 distributed array resistivity and induced polarization system
The DIAS32 system is a fully-distributed resistivity and induced polarization system designed for safety and efficiency in 3D DCIP surveys. Single channel architecture, wireless connectivity, and common voltage referencing combine to provide: flexibility, efficiency and enhanced safety. The DIAS32 system has completed over a year of commercial surveying in a wide variety of geological environments and survey modes. In this presentation, we discuss the DIAS32 system and survey design factors, and show sample results.
Presented by Jonathan Rudd, President of Dias Geophysical at the Canadian Exploration Geophysical Society (KEGS) meeting on June 14, 2016. Dias Geophysical provides ground resistivity and IP survey services using its proprietary DIAS32 system.