Veracio refreshes orebody knowledge tools

Salt Lake City-based Veracio has unveiled a new suite of orebody knowledge tools: TruScan 2, TruProbe and Strata – all to improve, automate and digitally transform orebody sciences in exploration, resource definition and production globally.

The suite was released at the PDAC convention in Canada this week.

Details of the products include:

TruScan 2: featuring HyperXRF: a mineralogical solution integrated into Veracio’s core scanning platform boasts of co-registered data streams from both hyperspectral and XRF scanning supported by enhanced QA/QC. The versatile scanning capabilities of both chips and core provide scanning data, including mineralogical data, to teams within 24 hours. Field trials are commencing in early Q2, followed by first deliveries to customers in Q3 of 2024. Pre-orders are available from today.

TruProbe: an integrated app, cloud and stackable hardware solution; combining both rig and downhole sensing technologies. Building upon the foundations set by Veracio’s north seeking TruGyro, TruProbe “stacks” a robust gamma sensor to enable operators to log both borehole deviation and gamma simultaneously. On the rig, the app connects to an azimuth rig aligner and wireless depth counter. The software in both the handheld app and the cloud drives efficiency and accuracy through a simple, easy-to-use design, while the hardware is integrated with industry-standard running gear for safer, faster operation. TruProbe is available to order today.

Strata: Veracio’s cloud technology environment, and 2024 will see more added to the experience. This cloud environment ensures there are sophisticated software offerings available to pair with all Veracio hardware, now further enriched by the recent additions to the Minalyze software offering, including Minalogger. For downhole surveying, the seamless connectivity to the TruProbe app will provide a new way to visualise 3D hole path and empower teams with easy-to-use data access to advance their projects no matter where they are in the world.

“In just one year – from introducing Veracio to the world to now – our progress has been remarkable,” said CEO JT Clark.

“Our new technologies, our team’s dedication, and our strategic acquisitions like Minalyze have all been steps towards realizing our overarching vision of transforming how we capture and utilize orebody knowledge, from exploration to production.”

Veracio is a wholly owned Boart Longyear subsidiary.


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