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ABOUT US

Where Expertise Meets Innovation in Earth Mapping

Offering mapping via high resolution airborne geophysical surveys, EON Geosciences represents the partnership of experienced professionals using a wide assortment of technologically advanced instruments. EON is the proud owner of all its equipment for airborne surveys. This enables us to have complete control over the care and maintenance needed to ensure quality results, delivered at competitive rates.

Based in Montréal, Québec, Canada, EON was incorporated in 2007 and has flown 1,500,000 line-kilometers of geophysical surveys since its inception. Our team brings together over 150 years of combined experience, pertaining as much to management and finances as to supervision and execution of large-scale geophysical surveys.

Safety at EON Geosciences

EON Geosciences specializes in airborne geophysical surveys for the public and private sectors requiring high quality services with cutting‐edge technology and rigorous quality control procedures, with a constant emphasis on stringent safety measures; all this to provide our clients with high-precision results for exploration and evaluation of Earth’s natural resources.

Our fixed-wing and helicopter platforms are available to perform the following services:

• Aeromagnetic surveys
– Total magnetic field
– Horizontal and vertical gradient
• Radiometric surveys
• Gravity surveys
• Time-domain electromagnetic surveys
• Geochemistry projects

Beyond standard data compilation and leveling, we also provide advanced data-enhanced processing and interpretation. Every stage of your project will be done in-house, from the planning of the survey through data collection and processing to the creation and printing of final maps, ensuring you the highest quality of products, from start to finish.

Safety at EON Geosciences

We are an active member of the International Airborne Geophysical Safety Association (IAGSA), which fosters safety as the primary issue in airborne survey, reflecting the approach we have taken since our first survey.

• On-board GPS tracking systems
• Satellite phones
• Personal ELTs
• Survival kits
• Constant flight following of aircraft by trained personnel
• Elaboration of detailed risk analysis and job safety plans prior to survey start