DML technology is simple and revolutionary, namely using LIGHTNING as a new geophysical data type to explore for natural resources onshore and in shallow water (out to 200 foot water depths). DML is exploiting NSEM (Natural Sourced Electro-Magnetics), a passive electromagnetic exploration approach, by providing a new mapping and integration service for the natural resource exploration market.

Lightning is the most powerful electromagnetic source on the planet. There are over a billion lightning strikes each year and 350 million result in cloud-to-ground strikes. Over time lightning densely covers the earth. This means all of the earth's surface can be evaluated at minimal cost using rich public and private databases. The privately owned NLDN (National Lightning Detection Network) is the most extensive and complete database and covers the continental United States. DML has an exclusive license to data mine and sublicense this and other privately owned lightning databases for natural resource exploration. In addition, DML has patent pending protection for the process of using lightning data to discern relatively likely locations for finding sub-surface natural resources, including oil, gas, gold, silver, copper, other minerals, rare earths, kimberlite pipes (diamonds), water, geothermal energy, etc.

DML is seeking customers and investors to provide the means to grow this technology opportunity. To learn more about DML opportunities, click here.


DML is the first TMI developed by Dynamic Resources Corporation to be spun out as a separate company.

Dynamic Measurement LLC, a Delaware LLC, was formed in the fall of 2008. There are seven co-founders, shown at the organization meeting photo below:

In front: Les Denham, Dr. Richard L. Coons, Dr. D. James Siebert, Richard Nehring;
and in back: Dr. Wulf Massell, H. Roice Nelson, Jr., and Joseph Roberts.

In 2008 DML also entered into a worldwide exclusive license with Vaisala, a Finnish company, to use their databases of lightning strikes and lightning strike attributes for natural resource exploration. This work started with the National Lightning Detection Network (NLDN) which records all lightning stikes and key lighting attributes within the continental U.S. In 2009 and 2010 DML filed for a U.S. patent and completed a proof-of-concept project for a major international oil and gas company. Filing for international patent protection in up to 117 countries was completed in late 2010. The U.S. Patent, US 2011/0163733 A1, was published 07 July 2011.

Since 2008, DML has worked on several proof-of-concept projects, and is documenting these as case histories. Review the status of this work by clicking here. For additional information contact us.