Geoscan 401

Geoscan 201, 401 and 701 UAVs at Bellingshausen Station 

26 April 2022

Geoscan 201, 401 and 701 UAVs at Bellingshausen Station

On 12 April 2022, on Cosmonautics Day, the scientific research vessel Akademik Tryoshnikov laid at anchor in harbour of Saint Petersburg, with our pilot on board. 67th Russian Antarctic Expedition (RAE), which had been lasting for more than four months, came to the end.
Record UAV-based magnetic survey in Arkhangelsk Province

25 February 2022

Record UAV-based magnetic survey in Arkhangelsk Province

Conducting UAV-based magnetic survey in Arkhangelsk Province, Russia Geoscan covered record linear kilometres in one day. The project aimed to search diamonds was run last October.
Digital map of hard-to-reach areas of Antarctica created with Geoscan UAVs

18 February 2022

Digital map of hard-to-reach areas of Antarctica created with Geoscan UAVs

At the end of last year, a Geoscan pilot as part of Russian Antarctic Expedition (RAE) embarked for the South Pole. The purpose of the trip is aerial photography to obtain cartographic materials of hard-to-reach areas of the glacier and the study of the albedo of various types of snow-ice surfaces.

Results of interpretation of UAV aeromagnetic survey data of the Asachinskiy area (Kamchatka) in order to forecast LS-epithermal Au-Ag gold deposits

9 November 2021

Results of interpretation of UAV aeromagnetic survey data of the Asachinskiy area (Kamchatka) in order to forecast LS-epithermal Au-Ag gold deposits

Given the pandemic environment, not every subsoil user is ready to organize large-scale on-the-ground geophysical works. This is due to both the uncertainty in the future cost of resources and the risk of disruption due to COVID-19. At the same time, we would like to cover large areas with surveys, so as to obtain the data and plan the works for the next field season. One solution is to apply geophysical survey methods using UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles).

Two months in Africa to find gold

8 July 2021

Two months in Africa to find gold

In June Geoscan geophysicists completed aerial photography and UAV aeromagnetic survey in Burkina Faso at the request of the gold mining company Salma International Sarl. The project geography covered northern and southern territories of the country, and the amount of work was 2 956 linear kilometres.

Burkina Faso is in the Top 10 African countries for gold mining. Salma International Sarl is a major player in this sphere, and it is focused on development. Today, the company management is committed to implementing modern technologies.

3D model of the Citadel of Damascus is ready

22 February 2021

3D model of the Citadel of Damascus is ready

Geoscan Group and experts from the Institute of History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IIMK RAS) have completed a 3D model of the Citadel of Damascus.

Геоскан на высоте!

19 September 2020

New heights for Geoscan!

Geoscan specialists have climbed Mount Elbrus, the highest peak in Russia and Europe (5642 m). Four technicians led by the CEO went to the mountains not only to gain new experience and challenge themselves but also to make sure Geoscan vehicles work fine in highland conditions.

Agrophysical Institute - about Geoscan drones at the fields

20 July 2018

Agrophysical Institute - about Geoscan drones at the fields

Interview with leading research scientist of the Agrophysical Institute on the use of Geoscan UAV in precision farming and land reclamation.
Comparative analysis of the results of mapping the White Sea littoral zone based on the material obtained by Earth observation and aerial survey with the Geoscan 401 UAV

7 June 2018

Comparative analysis of the results of mapping the White Sea littoral zone based on the material obtained by Earth observation and aerial survey with the Geoscan 401 UAV

The coastal strip of the White Sea is a zone of active movement of stones, sand, silty soils in the process of rock destruction, water transport and fine sediment. These abrasion and accumulation processes constantly change the shape of the coastline.