The GeoSeeker utilizes a geoelectrical measurement procedure based on Schlumberger to read the soil resistivity. Based on that ground resistance the detector is capable to locate underground water deposits, water-bearing gravel and groundwater level as well as cavities like caves, tunnels, chambers and the like. Thus the geophysical detector can be deployed as water finder or cavity detector at the same time.
In 2013 OKM team members traveled to Tanzania in Africa to demonstrate the gold prospecting capabilities of the Black Hawk metal detector and the 3D ground scanner Rover C II. After a gold mining conference in Mwanza, the gold prospectors themselves used the opportunity to practically test the gold detectors on location. Thus gold nuggets were detected with ease and proof was given that our OKM metal detectors Black Hawk and Rover C II can detect gold deposits with ease effectively.
In June 2000 our general manager Mr. Krauss introduced one of his new 3d ground scanners at a treasure hunters meeting in Germany. The Future 2001 (as the metal detector was named) has also been demonstrated in a live field test, that was observed by German television. All interested treasure hunters, gold seekers and archaeologists took the opportunity to get as much information as possible about the new metal detecting device, which is also able to visualize the measure values of the scanned underground in graphical 3D representations.