Changing the way miners explore the earth.
We are HiSeis. The global leader in hard rock seismic solutions for mining.
FROM UNIVERSITY RESEARCH TO UNIVERSAL APPLICATION
HiSeis originated from the research department of Exploration Geophysics, Curtin University, Western Australia. Such was success of the new techniques developed from the research that in 2009 the enterprise was spun out of the University as a fully commercial operation.
HiSeis has evolved into the most significant hard rock geological imaging company in the world. As of June 2022, HiSeis has successfully completed over 150 seismic surveys for 75 separate clients in 15 countries around the globe.
Through combined innovative technology and the know-how from industry experienced personnel we can, for the first time, produce reliable and quality seismic images across a wide range of hard rock environment that will accelerate discovery time and improve life of mine planning.
To resource the future, we need to see underground. The seismic reflection technique offers higher resolution subsurface imaging at depths down to and beyond that of traditional geophysical methods used in minerals exploration.
The enhanced geological insight from seismic is more important than ever as exploration transitions to more complex environments and deeper frontiers in the search for critical metals.
Hard rock seismic has proven to be commodity agnostic with seismic drill targeting solutions successfully completed in Gold, Copper, Nickel, Cobalt, Lead, Zinc, Manganese, Uranium and Rare Earth Metals.
In addition, Hiseis also has extensive experience with:
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Our multi-discipline team of subject matter experts are the engine room behind HiSeis continued success. They have pioneered hard rock seismic applications in minerals exploration for over a decade with more than 150 projects completed across the globe. We are dedicated to extending our leadership position through continued investment in quality geoscience and data science people armed with best-in-class technology applications.