Three component SQUID based system for Airborne Natural Field Electromagnetics
in: First International Meeting for Applied Geoscience & Energy Expanded Abstracts (2021)
Natural source electromagnetic surveys are today routinely performed from airborne platforms but limitations in measured components or bandwidth set margins to exploration depth and resolution. Utilizing new quantum sensor systems with a purpose-built suspension and accompanying motion compensation techniques, the exploration value of these systems can be greatly enhanced. We present a new system utilizing a high-performance SQUID sensor and damping platform along with motion compensation that has performance benefits over existing solutions.