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The difference between True 3D and Linear-Measured 3D Resistivity

Posted by Sean on Jun 22, 2021

 

In a previous post, we briefly spoke about the difference between 1D, 2D, and 3D Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI) surveys. In our recent blog post about the amount of channels you need for your Resistivity system, we touched upon the two types of 3D ERI surveys one can do—that is, true cross line measured 3D and linear-measured 3D. Let’s dive deeper into this topic and see what the difference is between the two types—and which is better suited for your...

AGI Blog - Full 3D vs Linear Measured 3D

Advanced Geosciences, Inc. Will Now Accept Cryptocurrency

Posted by Sean on Jun 11, 2021

 

We're excited to announce that Advanced Geosciences, Inc. is now accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency as direct payment for all of our products. Our staff can walk you through the process how to receive financing by using your cryptocurrency and no credit approval process needed for domestic and international clients. Have questions? Reach out to us using the form below to start a conversation about your financing options.

 

Learn how you can use cryptocurrency for your next AGI...

AGI Now Accepting Cryptocurrency

How does a marine electrical resistivity survey impact fish?

Posted by Sean on May 12, 2021

 

Perhaps you’ve seen our April Fool’s Day video for this year, where we joke about our cables being used for high-octane fishing. While our cables cannot take down a 400lb (181kg) swordfish, you may be asking yourself—how do the electrical currents used in marine resistivity surveys impact smaller fish?

As we’ve seen in a previous post, animals tend to have an attraction...

AGI Blog_How Does Marine Electrical Resistivity Impact Fish

Why having more than 8 channels does not mean better surveys

Posted by Sean on Apr 06, 2021

 

In a previous post, we emphasized that Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI) surveys don’t need a lot of power. In today’s post, we’re going one step further. We also believe that resistivity metering instruments don’t need more than 8 channels to complete fast, quality surveys. 

 

Now, you may be saying “But AGI, you said that 8 channels are faster than 1 channel in this blog post. Shouldn't 12 channels be faster...

AGI Blog - Why you don't need more than 8 channels

The Benefits of a Weak Dollar (UPDATED)

Posted by Sean on Oct 13, 2020

The original article was posted 2/27/2018. 

[Update 2/13/2020]

With the Euro trending upwards again, we thought it was time to remind everyone that a weak dollar can get European customers new—American-made—geophysical equipment at a fraction of the cost.

 


Let’s face it, no one wants to hear that their currency is weak—especially Americans who may not want to hear that, as of right now, the US dollar is weak and the Euro is on top....

AGI Blog - The Benefit of a Weak Dollar_UPDATED

Announcing our new financing partner: NewLane Finance

Posted by Sean on Sep 25, 2020

Advanced Geosciences, Inc. is excited to announce that we now offer financing exclusively with NewLane Finance for our domestic customers. 

 

We’ve been talking to a lot of our customers since the pandemic began. We know that a lot of you are fortunate enough to keep working but you’re cautious about what the future holds. You want to be smart with your money—now more than ever. However, you still want the best tools for the job.

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AGI Blog - Announcing our new exclusive partnership with NewLane Finance

Power vs. Signal: Why more power doesn’t mean better resolution

Posted by Sean on Jun 05, 2020

 

We know it sounds crazy, but more power output doesn’t mean you’ll have better surveys. 

 

It’s understandable that most of our customers don’t initially believe us when we tell them this. In most industries—especially electronics—more power equals better, right? But ultimately they understand when they see the proof. Today, let us explain why we say that power isn’t the most important spec that you should be looking for when shopping for an Electrical Resistivity meter. Ok, let's get into it.

 

So what spec is...

AGI Blog - Power vs. Signal, why more power doesn't mean better resolution

Using Electrical Resistivity to Detect Leaks in Pond Membranes

Posted by Sean on Apr 08, 2020

 

In this blog post, we’re discussing ponds with leaking geomembrane liners. And more specifically, flexible and impermeable plastic liners. If the techniques in this article interests you, you may want to check out a similar article about detecting leaks in earthen dams and levees.

 

Ponds can serve as an attractive asset that adds value to your property. In industrial applications ponds can hold strong solvents. Whether it’s for practical or aesthetic purposes, the whole point...

AGI Blog - Pond Leak Detection Using Resistivity

Announcing our 2020 Latin America Workshop Tour! [UPDATE]

Posted by Sean on Feb 05, 2020

 

[Update March 5, 2020]

Unfortunately, due to increasing travel concerns imposed by the coronavirus, we will be suspending our tour until further notice. Until it is deemed safer to travel again, we will be planning more AMA webinars and online events.  

 


Some of you may have spoken to Eduardo Rodrigues during...

AGI 2020 Latin America Workshop Tour

Is it ok to remove noisy data?

Posted by Sean on Nov 08, 2019

 

Here in North America, we're moving into the colder months of the year. And while some of us will brave the elements this season and do some cold-weather surveys, many of us will be indoors looking through the data we collected over the Summer.  So it’s a good time to start talking about the kind of work that's done off of the field—like data inversion. In this post, we want to discuss data filtering in particular.

 

Over the course of our...

AGI Blog - Is deleting bad, noisy data ok?

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