The VTEM Max system provides depth penetration and vertical/spatial resolution of graphitic conductors that are prospective hosts for unconformity-style uranium deposits.

Makena Resources president Negar Adam said Aeroquest done extensive work throughout the basin assisting in identifying multiple uranium targets.

"We look forward to starting work on this exciting prospect, which directly borders Fission’s and Alpha’s Patterson Lake South Uranium discovery," Adam added.

The survey is expected to commence in December 2013.

Aeroquest said the VTEM airborne electromagnetic system was designed to be field configurable to suit a variety of different geophysical requirements from deep penetration to optimizing the discrimination within a narrow range of resistivity values.

"The proprietary receiver design using the advantages of modern digital electronics and signal processing delivers exceptionally low-noise levels," Aeroquest added.