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  • Writer's pictureGeoffrey Wade

What makes MFT unique

The mining sector is overdue for a breakthrough to revolutionise the exploration phase.   It almost sounds too good to be true, but #MineralFinderTechnology (MFT) brings that potential, and it has been proven in more than 107 projects already.

Traditionally #miningexploration takes a long time, is costly, produces limited information, and has a low success rate.  Can that equation be changed?

MFT accelerates the traditional exploration model reducing time to reserve status. It slashes the time and cost by 80% or more, produces more detailed orebody maps and grade data, significantly increases success rates, and leaves no environmental footprint.

What makes #MFT unique is that it is passive electromagnetic surveying.  MFT resource maps are built from the processing of multi-spectral information from remote satellite and in-the-field ground-based detection.  In every phase, it produces subsoil geophysics, up to 10 km deep.

The focus of MFT is distortions in the earth’s electromagnetic field in the deep blue and ultraviolet spectrum, at the resonant frequencies of minerals of interest.  This is where it is unique and why it is so accurate.

Multi-spectral information from remote satellite and in-the-field ground-based detection

The mining leaders who have evaluated or employed MFT get excited because they grasp the impact it has on their exploration business model.  This is a revolutionary exploration technology, and we look forward to seeing its contribution to the mining sector.

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