News & Articles
KAARTA ANNOUNCES NEW PATENT
LIDAR Compatibility with DJI M600
EXI ADDS DJI M600 compatibility for LIDAR
Installing Spikes on a Tromino Seismograph
Many users of Tromino ENGY and Zero units have complained that the longer, pointed studs seem too tight to screw into the bottom lugs of the units. This is due, in part, to very tight tolerances when the lugs are tapped for the threads on the legs. However, there is another possibility which you must guard against and that is cross-threading.
Our new 12-channel hydrophone string is a skinny thing!
This new, slender hydrophone string is just the ticket for collecting seismic data in a narrow borehole. With a maximum outside dimension of only 1.25", the cable will easily fit into any 2" ID borehole. The cable is outfitted with (12) HTI-96 hydrophones (unamplified) at 3-foot intervals and has a 250 foot lead terminated with a Geometrics-type Bendix 61 connector at one end and a small stainless stress anchor at the other.
EXI To Discontinue Renting 200 mhz Radar Antenna
Due to diminished demand and the advent of the highly-capable 350 mHz Hyper-stacking antennas, Exploration will soon discontinue carrying the GSSI 200 mHz analogue antenna.
EEGS and EAGE Team Up For SAGEEP2019
The Environmental and Engineering Society (EEGS) has teamed with the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) to present next year's Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP) March 17-21, 2019 in Portland, OR USA.
Tromino Zero Adds Low-Cost Passive Seismic Option
Due to increased demand for the Tromino seismograph, EXI has added two Zero units to the rental inventory.
Passive Seismic Surveying with Tromino
The application of passive seismic measurements (VS/VP) is gaining in popularity due to the availability of small, portable all-in-one seismographs.
UCL to MARS
In 2017, we had the pleasure of working with Elke Mergny and Crew 178 from UCL to MARS program in their experimental stay at the research station in Utah. A recent article in National Geographic (https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/proof/2018/05/mars-on-earth-nasa-training/) reminded us of that project and we asked Elke if she would write us a description of her time there. She graciously provided us with the following account.
EXI and Foerster Team for Magnetometer Survey of Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Historical Site
During the most recent meeting of the Environmental and Engineering Society in Nashville, TN in March 2018 (SAGEEP), a demonstration opportunity was presented to all exhibitors.
Exploration Instruments (EXI) Has Added a Borehole Logging System
The system is a Mt Sopris Matrix system with a 175 meter mini winch. In addition to most standard borehole tools, EXI has a Mt Sopris ABI-40 Acoustical Televiewer (ATV), Mt Sopris OBI-40 Optical Televiewer (OTV), Mt Sopris HFP-2293 Heat Pulse Flow Meter, and a Mt Sopris 2SAA-1000F, Full Wave Form Sonic (P and S wave) tool.
Exploration Instruments Celebrates 20 Years at SAGEEP
Exploration Instruments is celebrating its 20th year in business by exhibiting at the Symposium for the Application of Geophysics to Environmental and Engineering Problems (SAGEEP) in Nashville, TN beginning March 25, 2018.
Customer demand ramps up for the new UtilityScan system
Customer demand for the new UtilityScan system from GSSI has resulted in EXI acquiring multiple units to place in our offices.
Foerster FEREX Magnetometer Array added to Rental Pool
Exploration Instruments (EXI) has added the newest version of the Foerster Instruments (Foerster) Ferex 4 magnetometer sensor array to the rental pool. The Foerster Ferex is a vertical gradient fluxgate magnetometer used for a variety of applications such as archeology, environmental, utility mapping, and UXO detection.
The Search For A Concealed Impact Crater
Professor Dr. Donald Stierman and student Eric Armstrong from the University of Toledo, Ohio (UT) recently used the MOHO Tromino passive seismic system from Exploration Instruments (EXI) to try to detect the bottom of a suspected impact crater located in Seneca County, Ohio.