Syncrude Canada Ltd. have recently published an article highlighting a collaboration with Coanda using advanced imaging techniques to measure bitumen and gases on the surface of a pit lake.
[…]collaboration with Coanda Research and Development, Barry also pursued another piece of medical imaging equipment to locate bitumen mats at the bottom of the lake. Ultrasound machines use sound waves to see inside the human body. He saw an opportunity because ultrasound works the same as sonar-based fish finders used by recreational anglers.
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