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Don Pridmore (left) and Joe Dwyer lead a team of 26 staff. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Miners warm to HiSeis’ vision

Eight years after HiSeis was spun out from Curtin University, executive chairman Don Pridmore believes its use of seismic technology in mineral exploration is starting to gain traction.

“We’re just starting to get unsolicited phone calls about it,” Dr Pridmore told Business News.

The team at HiSeis believes the technology could revolutionise mineral exploration.

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