Airborne Geophysics Survey

New-Sense Geophysics, is an active and contributing member of the International Airborne Geophysics Safety Association (IAGSA), we are dedicated to advancing and enhancing safety standards in the airborne geophysics survey industry.

Our Relationship with IAGSA:

At New-Sense Geophysics, we recognize the importance of collaboration and shared knowledge in promoting safety. Our active participation in IAGSA allows us to stay at the forefront of industry advancements, leveraging the safety data and information provided by the association to continually refine and develop our own safety procedures.

About IAGSA:

The International Airborne Geophysics Safety Association (IAGSA) is a nonprofit organization supported by its members. Established in November 1995, IAGSA’s primary mandate is to promote and enhance safety in the airborne geophysics survey industry. Initially backed by leading companies in global geophysics, IAGSA is currently working on developing industry standards and recommended practices.

IAGSA’s core membership includes geophysical survey companies that operate aircraft. However, recognizing the shared interest and responsibility for the overall safety of survey flying, other stakeholders such as mining companies seeking geophysical survey results and aviation companies providing geophysical survey flying actively participate as Associate members.

Our Commitment to Safety:

New-Sense Geophysics aligns with IAGSA’s mission, committing to the highest standards of safety in every airborne geophysics survey operation. Our engagement with IAGSA allows us to not only contribute to the development of industry-wide safety standards but also ensures that our clients benefit from the latest advancements in safety practices.

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Experience the confidence of partnering with New-Sense Geophysics, where our commitment to safety is strengthened through our active collaboration with IAGSA. Together, we soar to new heights in promoting and enhancing safety standards in the airborne geophysics survey industry.

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