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.
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.
Ideon Technologies Co-Founder Don Furseth recognized by EGBC with Meritorious Achievement Award.
Ideon named finalist for Most Disruptive Technology in Tecterra Awards
Ideon wins International Business Award for Energy Innovation.
Ideon and Orano deploy world’s first borehole muon tomography solution. Imaging of compact uranium deposit is now underway in Athabasca Basin.
Ideon has been named a finalist for the 2021 Technology Impact Awards (TIAs).
Ideon is proud and excited to share the news of our brand-new partnership with fellow BC company Fireweed Zinc Ltd, which will be deploying some of the world’s first borehole muon detectors for mineral exploration purposes at their Macmillan Pass project site in the Yukon Territory.
How the green challenge is driving innovation in one of society’s oldest industries Blog by Gary Agnew, CEO and Co-founder, Ideon Technologies For thousands of years, people have explored the Earth seeking minerals and metals for use in everyday life, cultural expression, and special ceremonies. As one of the earliest industries to emerge in human…
Leading uranium producer Orano will be world’s first to deploy as part of Eureka-approved project Vancouver, BC, CANADA (November 16, 2020) – Canadian Earth ‘x-ray’ start-up Ideon Technologies is initiating the world’s first field trials of a muon detector that fits down industry-standard boreholes – together with French multi-national Orano Group, in a cooperative EUREKA-approved…
Lower-cost, reliable, continual monitoring of reservoirs using muon tomography can improve the known efficiencies of SAGD extraction and further reduce environmental impact, helping to position Canadian oil more competitively in volatile global markets.
Canadian start-up Ideon Technologies Inc. has raised $1.3 million CAD in seed funding through a diverse group of global investors with expertise in mining, technology, and venture fundraising, as well as the University of British Columbia (UBC)’s Seed Fund.