Andrei Bagrianski Ph.D., P.Geo., has over 35 years of professional experience in the acquisition, processing, and interpretation of airborne and ground geophysical data for a wide range of applications. Andrei has been directly involved in contracting, organizing, and supervising hundreds of airborne geophysical surveys on all continents except Antarctica. Andrei has extensive international field work experience that includes projects in Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Botswana, Malawi, South Africa, Libya, U.S.A, Canada, Russia, Kazakhstan, and India.
Doctor of Philosophy – 1990, University of Mines, St. Petersburg, Russia
Master of Science in Geophysics – 1982, University of Mines, St. Petersburg, Russia
2017 – present – President, Expert Geophysics Limited, Toronto, Canada
2002 – 2017 - Chief Operating Officer / General Manager, Geotech Ltd, Aurora, Canada
1995 – 2002 - Data Processing Manager, Aero Surveys Inc., Uxbridge, Canada
1982 – 1994 - Senior Geophysicist, University of Mines, St. Petersburg, Russia
MobileMT - next generation of airborne EM technology
MobileMT is the latest innovation in airborne electromagnetics and the most advanced generation of airborne AFMAG technologies. The MobileMT technology utilizes naturally occurring electromagnetic fields in the frequency range of 25 – 20,000 Hz. The exploration system includes two pairs of grounded electric wire lines and moving three-component inductive coil system for magnetic field measurements in three orthogonal directions.
Any exploration program, from regional to prospect scale, will benefit from MobileMT’s broad frequency range, high resolution, low system noise, and combined electric/magnetic field measurement. MobileMT applications in mineral exploration are numerous and include:
- Direct detection of conductive metal ores without the conductance and depth limitations;
- 3D full-scale deep structural mapping for wide range of structurally controlled minerals: gold, PGM, polymetals, diamonds (kimberlites), uranium;
- Detection and mapping precious metals ore bearing systems and porphyry-type ore deposits;
- Applicable for sedimentary and structural geology due to measurements of total field.