GeoVista welcomes Niklas Torikka as a new coworker

Niklas is a newly graduated geophysicist from Luleå University of Technology. Niklas has long field experience and during the past year he has been part of GeoVista’s field crew. Niklas will strengthen GeoVista in high-quality geophysical surveys.

Geophysical survey in Finland for Mawson Resources

Read the press release here.

GeoVista welcomes Lisa Andersson as a new coworker

Lisa is a geologist with solid experience from working with exploration licenses, mineral exploration and mining. With her skills and experience she will be a strong addition to GeoVista’s business.

Lisa Andersson

Interested in working as Operational Business Area Manager within exploration

GeoVista is looking for a Operational Business Area Manager in Mineral exploration. Read more about the position at Terminalen.nu or here. Apply by May 23th.

GeoVista participates in a lunch seminar at the Swedish parliament

Hans Isaksson from GeoVista held a presentation during a lunch seminar at the Swedish Parliament the 18th of April 2018. The theme was climatesmart transport. Read the presentation here.

GeoVista participates in SMART Exploration project

GeoVista is one of 27 partners from 11 countries and six exploration sites within Europe that participates in this Research and Innovation project funded by EU. Read more about SMART Exploration here.

Geophysical survey in Finland

GeoVista has conducted a ground magnetic survey to Mawson Resources in Rajapalot Finland.
Read their pressrelease here.

GeoVista has conducted an IP-survey in Norway

GeoVista has conducted an IP-survey to EMX/Boreal Metals in Norway. Read their pressrelease here.

Next project leader at GeoVista?

GeoVista searches a project leader within permit handling. Read more about the recruitment at Terminalen.nu or here.

New optical imaging probe

GeoVista has invested in a new optical imaging probe QL40-OBI-2G (ALT/Mount Sopris). Maximum resolution of 1800 pixels is possible. The probe carries out data compression in real time and a higher logging speed
is therefore possible with the same resolution compared to older probes of the same type.