Condor 3D Imagery

Our Focus

Condor provides a full range of services for processing, modeling and analysis of geophysical data. We specialize in inversion. We now also offer full geological assessments as part of our interpretive services. We are experts in all aspects of airborne geophysics and work with clients to integrate all geosciences data into a coherent project data set.

Condor has updated its ZTEM for porphyry coppers case study. The report is available for download using the link below:

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News from our clients...

Kingfisher Resources

"In their January 2020 Corporate Presentation, Kingfisher outlined the results of the VTEM EM and magnetic survey carried out in

2019 on their Ecstall Property in west-central BC. The property hosts a number of polymetallic VMS deposits. Condor Consulting

undertook a full work-up of the EM and magnetic data sets and recommended a number of high priority targets for follow-up.

Kingfisher is currently seeking additional funds to be able to support a major drilling program later in the year. Further

information on Kingfisher can be found at"

District Metals Corp.

"In February 2020, District Metals entered into a purchase agreement with EMX Royalties Corp. (TSX-V:EMX) to acquire 100%

ownership of the Tomtebo Property located in the prolific Bergslagen Mining District of South Central Sweden. The Bergslagen

is known for world class polymetallic mines such as Boliden's Garpenberg and Lundin's Zinkgruvan. The size and scale of these

mines has only been revealed within the last two decades through a better understanding of the associated polymetallic VMS/SedEx

mineralizing systems, and through advances in drilling and mining technology."

"In their corporate presentation released at the PDAC 2020 early March, District indicated its intention to carry out a VTEM survey

later in 2020, with the plan to be able to drill priority targets in the first quarter of 2021. Further information on District can

be found at"

VR Resources Ltd.

"In a news release dated March 17, VRR provided an update on their Ranoke IOCG project in northern Ontario. While drilling had

been started, VRR management has had to put this work on hold due to a combination of logistical issues and as a response to

C-19. Condor was pleased to have been able to provide professional services in the form of 3D modeling to both the magnetic

and gravity data acquired over the project area. Further information on VRR can be found at"