Global muon tomography pioneer Ideon Technologies recently deployed its subsurface Discovery Platform™ on Oak Island, Nova Scotia as part of The History Channel’s long-running hit reality show The Curse of Oak Island.
Ideon Technologies and Glencore Canada Corp. will implement the use of cosmic-ray muon tomography for mineral exploration in the Matagami mining camp in Québec.
Vancouver, CANADA (March 8, 2022) – Ideon Technologies is pleased to announce that Dr. Alan Bye, PhD has been appointed as an advisor to the Company.
The Earth X-ray for Low-Impact Mining project will deliver a new Discovery Platform that will help mining exploration companies to precision-target deposits beneath the Earth’s surface in a way that changes the economics of discovery and increases the sustainable production of critical mineral resources needed to fuel the clean energy transition.
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The secrets of an island in Nova Scotia may be uncovered with the help of a B.C. company. For more than 200 years, Oak Island has attracted treasure hunters due to rumours of artifacts and gold buried on the island. Ideon Technologies uses the energy from supernova explosions in space to help provide x-ray imaging beneath the surface of the Earth.
Ideon: How Cosmic-Ray Muon Tomography is Transforming Subsurface Discovery
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Ideon’s low-impact approach to mining increases visibility and accuracy, reduces GHG emissions, and saves significant costs.