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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.

In the Hydrogeophysics Group at Aarhus University, we have worked with geophysical imaging systems for more than 30 years. Over this time, we’d become deeply frustrated with commercially available instruments

GROUNDWATER IMAGING

TEMcompany offers a range of geophysical instruments

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

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UNLOCK GROUNDWATER RESOURCES WITH EASE

We have created an affordable and highly efficient instrument

The sTEM geoscanner is a unique invention for precise and efficient groundwater surveys. Conduct single-site measurements, capturing data that reaches depths beyond 300 m (980ft). With its affordability and robustness, the sTEM geoscanner is operated via Android or iOS app and offers valuable insights into groundwater resources.

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CASES  STUDIES

Read about how our instruments solve problems all over the world

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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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Characterizing Rivers – USA

The U.S. Geological Survey and the HydroGeophysics Group, Aarhus University describes the benefits of using FloaTEM in rivers.