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  • Writer's pictureGeoffrey Wade

MFT could not have come at a better time

Updated: Mar 15

The mining sector is on the brink of a major breakthrough with the emergence of a unique and patented mineral finder technology that has the potential to revolutionise the exploration phase. It almost sounds too good to be true, but it has been proven repeatedly already.

This technology can reduce the cost and time taken by more than 80%, and substantially increase the success rate, all while having a zero environmental footprint. This is a game-changer for the mining industry, as it addresses the major challenges of cost, time, risk, and environmental impact that have traditionally hindered the exploration phase.

The #mineralfindertechnology (MFT) has been used to quickly explore large areas of unknown potential, and identify subsections warranting detailed analysis, to explore targets areas of suspected potential in detail, and to reinterpret complex areas previously explored with traditional drilling methods.

With this technology, mining companies can now explore new mineral deposits more efficiently and at a fraction of the cost, while also reducing their environmental footprint. This is especially important in today's world where sustainable mining practices are of utmost importance.

In light of the current shortage of minerals required for battery technology to support the EV market, MFT could not have come at a better time. It offers a solution to the mining industry's need for new rapidly developing new mineral deposits, while also addressing the concerns of environmental impact.

Certainly the mining CEO’s and COO’s who have seen this technology get excited because they grasp the impact it has on their business model. The heads of exploration satisfy themselves about the science and case studies and then want to trial it because they see how it helps them achieve greenfield development targets. This is truly a revolutionary technology and we look forward to seeing its impact on the mining sector in the near future.

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