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Groundwater mapping with ease

Our story, from Aarhus University to Aarhus GeoInstruments and now to TEMcompany

TEMcompany emerged from a dream to build the next generation imaging solutions to solve today’s water problems.

This is based on a vision that technologies enabling informed management of resources will be critical to address the growing vulnerability of groundwater to climate changes

FAST, HIGH-RESOLUTION, COST EFFECTIVE

The new sTEMprofiler

The sTEMprofiler makes mapping aquifer layers, artificial infiltration sites, and tailing dams easier than ever. It is the fast, simple solution to collecting high-quality resistivity data for groundwater and environmental surveys.

14.6 Kg

Total Weight

14.4 V

2 Lithium Batteries

GROUNDWATER IMAGING

TEMcompany offers a range of geoscanners

Developing and inventing is our core, offering highly-integrated, mobile TEM systems for imaging the subsurface

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Employees

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UNLOCK THE SECRETS OF GROUNDWATER MAPPING

sTEM - The affordable, highly efficient geoscanner

The sTEM geoscanner is a unique invention for precise and efficient groundwater surveys. It conducts single-site measurements and captures data that reaches depths beyond 300 m (980ft). Affordable and robust, the sTEM geoscanner is operated via an Android or iOS app, offering valuable insights into groundwater resources.

CASES  STUDIES

Read how our geoscanners solve problems worldwide

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TEMcompany sTEM+ instrument being used to pinpoint groundwater wells in Somaliland.
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Pinpointing Groundwater Wells – Somaliland

A tTEM survey was conducted to assess the instrument usability for dike safety investigations.
A group of sheep on a dam in the Netherlands
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Dike Assessment – Netherlands

A tTEM survey was conducted to assess the instrument usability for dike safety investigations.
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Borehole Siting – Togo

A well-siting campaign was carried out in Togo in 2022 using tTEM which resulted in recommendations of multiple borehole sites.
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Aquifer Recharge – USA

Managed aquifer recharge, where excess water is used to recharge the groundwater aquifers, has been proposed as a means of curbing groundwater depletion in the Central Valley.
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Well Siting – Tanzania

The HydroGeophysics Group, at Aarhus University carried out well siting campaign western Tanzania, where a two day tTEM survey in the village Makere ended up with recommendation of two sites well locations.
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