Sensing the earth for all its worth to find natural resources in a tenth of the time and cost


Integrative Technologies International

For 20 years Integrative Technologies International Inc. (ITI) has helped clients find hydrocarbon reservoirs, mineral deposits, aquifers and geothermal sources more effectively, economically, and efficiently than traditional exploration methods.

ITI honed their technology and methodology to reduce your exploration program from years to months.

All matter, all elements, all substances have an electromagnetic resonant frequency. ITI found a way to use this frequency to find natural resources using principals from quantum geoelectrophysics.

Quantum geoelectrophysics combines knowledge from quantum, classical, and atmospheric physics to explain the naturally occurring electromagnetic and electric field of the Earth.

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What is the ITI advantage?

ITI uses innovative technology and methodologies to help you find your target resource faster than conventional methods and with low-environmental impact

Quantum Direct Matter Indicator (QDMI) Technology


ITI's QDMI technology is a collection of remote satellite and direct electromagnetic resonant frequency technologies to detect natural resource anomalies in the earth.  

Integrative Exploration Model (IEM) Methdology


ITI's IEM Methodology incorporates the QDMI technologies into a process which uses data analytics to refine areas of interest further. This can be done at increasing resolution to find natural resources.

A tenth the cost and

When compared to conventional survey options, ITI beats them on time and cost every time.


Scalable Mapping means Higher Resolution

2D maps from 1:200,000 to 1:1,000 scale

Each map will highlight:

  • Natural resource anomaly;
  • Type of substance (hydrocarbon, metal/mineral, water (fresh/geothermal);
  • Areal extent (square km);
  • Intensity (EmV) or concentration; 
  • Maximum reservoir pressure (MPa); 
  • Temperature; and 
  • Faults and fractures.

ITI offers three survey's at increasing resolution

In order of increasing resolution:

  1. QDMI Satellite;
  2. QDMI Area of Interest; and 
  3. QDMI Vertical Virtual Well. 

ITI Survey Case Studies

QDMI Satellite


Case study: Hydrocarbons (USA)

Oil, gas and condensate survey to create this 1:50,000 map. ITI identified 21 anomalies in the survey area. 

QDMI Area of Interest


Case study: Geothermal 


1:5,000 scale map which found geothermal waters ranging from 40-80°C, mainly at the fault intersections.

Vertical Virtual Well


Case study: Potable Aquifer 


The results from 1 km of Vertical Virtual Wells (above) show the lithology, depth, and thickness of the aquifer.

600 Successful Natural Resource Evaluations in 60 Countries


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