Novo Resources Corp.
Garibaldi Resources Corp.
Garibaldi Resources Corp. (No. 6) is using remote-sensing technology to explore more than 1,000 square kilometres of land for gold, silver and base metal deposits in the central and northern parts of Mexico’s Sierra Madre. The company says it’s also using “cutting edge technology and innovative new exploration concepts” in its drilling campaign at Nickel Mountain in northern British Columbia.
Maya Gold & Silver Inc.
Maya Gold & Silver Inc. (No. 17) has invested in the digitization of historical data from the Boumadine polymetallic deposit, in the Anti-Atlas Mountains of eastern Morocco, to help the company in its mineral resource calculations at the former silver and gold mine.
First Cobalt Corp.
First Cobalt Corp. (No. 24) planned its initial drill holes near Kerr Lake, in Eastern Ontario, using a 3D geological model based on a digital compilation of historic mine workings. Similarly, 3D modelling of an airborne magnetic survey helped Cornerstone Capital Resources Inc. (No. 41) define large gold and copper targets at its Bramaderos project in southern Ecuador.
Falco Resources Ltd.
Falco Resources Ltd. (No. 42) turned to AI programs from Albert Mining Inc. to help it find new gold, copper, zinc and silver targets on its land in the Rouyn-Noranda Mining Camp in Quebec. The AI software analyzed historical data and learned the signatures of positive and negative targets, leading to 11 new exploration areas for Falco. The company also says it’s considering remote-controlled transportation equipment to automate operations at a future mine on the site.