Stolar Global Imaging Mission Statement: In partnership with our customers, we commercialize radio-geophysical detection and imaging instrumentation to benefit worker health and safety, our shared environments, and our local communities.

Stolar Global Imaging (SGI) is a Geophysical Services and Instrumentation Company.  SGI specializes in a unique and proprietary suite of “Radio-Geophysics” instruments for underground and borehole radiowave mapping.  SGI provides geologic and geophysical imaging consultancy for the construction, mining, environmental engineering, and energy-related industries.  Our experience and dedication in geophysical problem-solving has increased operational efficiency, reduced geologic risk associated with production, increased worker health and safety, and contributed to environmentally-responsible resource recovery.

Formed in January 2013, SGI focuses on field service activities for a global market place while maintaining a laboratory and manufacturing facility in Raton, New Mexico USA.  SGM benefits from Stolar’s 30-year history of development and commercialization of advanced radio-geophysics instruments for a wide variety of applications.

SGI’s Radio Imaging Method (RIM) and AMG Gradiometer surveying and imaging services are available to customers worldwide. This state-of-the-art instrumentation is capable of identifying and locating geological features with conclusive results using large-scale tomographic images of the surveyed area. The RIM tomography is produced by the use of wireless synchronized radio waves between in-situ transmitter and receivers. The transmission of radio waves allows high-resolution mapping of layered formations, detection of geological anomalies, imaging of metalliferous ore bodies, and the detection and scaling of groundwater and contamination plumes. Engineering applications of RIM include earthen dam and containment impound imaging and the identification of void spaces within the earth.

SGI maintains a continuous program of research and development on its instrumentation and data processing tools. This program has continued to improve the form and function of Radio Imaging Method (RIM) instrumentation while continuing to perform commercial field surveys throughout the world and across several industries and a broad range of applications. The goal of RIM development has been to provide tools that generate geophysical data with greater sensitivity, range (distance), and flexibility over existing RIM instrumentation.