MX V3 for archaeological surveys delivered to the NTNU in Trondheim, Norway

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, located in Trondheim just received their MX V3 system with 16 FGM650 gradiometer probes to establish a sensor spacing of 25cm. Togehter with the purchased RTK DGPS, the NTNU aims for high precision mapping of large landscape for historical and anchient studies.

Gorden from our sales team just arrived to give an instruction and training on setup, configuration and operation of the vehicle towed survey system. The key benefit of the system is the toolbox approach to set it up in various sizes, to be pushed by man or towed by an ATV bike. Thanks to the suspension of the wheels, the trailer compensates bumpy terrain to keep up an excellent data quality.

As you can see on the picture, training had to be done under most severe conditions for all involved people!

We keep fingers crossed that the NTNU will sucessfully use the system and generate more outstanding magnetic maps!