How Airborne Electromagnetic (AEM) Surveys Work - Helicopter
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This animation shows how Airborne Electromagnetic Surveys Work, when conducted by a rotary wing (helicopter) aircraft. It is part of a series of Field Activity Technique Engagement Animations. The target audience are the communities that are impacted by our data acquisition activities. There is no sound or voice over.
The 2D animation includes a simplified view of what AEM equipment looks like, what the equipment measures and how the survey works.
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The resource will be used to ensure consistent messaging of why GA conducts field activities and how. The short films will also form a segment of other communication materials for products and promotions and will appear on FAQs and web pages. This animation explains what an AEM survey measures, how they are conducted (helicopter operations), what the equipment looks like, what the data looks like.
This animation is from a series of animations about various Geoscience Australia field activity techniques.