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Redefining Exploration Methods by Lancaster and KorrAI Partnership

The groundbreaking hyper-spectral imaging business KorrAI Technologies Inc. and North American lithium exploration company Lancaster Resources Inc. announced the signing of a non-binding letter of intent. This strategic alliance represents a major turning point for both companies as it attempts to reshape the landscape of exploration for important minerals such as lithium, uranium, and rare earth elements (REE).

Redefining Exploration Methods by Lancaster and KorrAI

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With the application of state-of-the-art hyper-spectral imaging technology, the partnership between Lancaster Resources and KorrAI has the potential to revolutionize the way that exploration is currently conducted.

The novel methodology employed by KorrAI is expected to augment the efficacy and precision of mineral exploration, specifically with respect to the acquisition of lithium and other vital minerals that are indispensable for the progression of sustainable energy technologies.

We are truly excited to embark on this strategic partnership with KorrAI, and by integrating KorrAI's state-of-the-art hyper-spectral imaging technology into our exploration processes, we anticipate a rapid change in how we explore and develop lithium and other critical minerals. This collaboration aligns with our commitment to sustainable resource development and positions Lancaster Resources at the forefront of technological advancements in the mining industry.

Andrew Watson, Vice-President, Department of Engineering and Operations, Lancaster Resources Inc.

A thorough examination of many spectral imaging technologies is made possible by KorrAI's hyper-spectral imaging technology, which offers insightful information about the existence of lithium, uranium, REEs, and other essential minerals. KorrAI's technology possesses sophisticated capabilities that might expedite exploration operations, minimize environmental damage, maximize resource discoveries, and result in meaningful production much faster.

We are proud to collaborate with Lancaster Resources, a forward-thinking exploration company dedicated to responsible mining practices, our hyper-spectral imaging technology opens new possibilities for mineral exploration, and we believe that this partnership will not only enhance the efficiency of Lancaster Resources' operations but also contribute to the responsible extraction of critical minerals that power the clean energy transition.

Rob McEwan, Co-Founder and CPO, KorrAI. Technologies Inc.

Both businesses are dedicated to moving the conversation toward a definitive agreement, even if the letter of intent is not legally enforceable. By fusing Lancaster Resources' experience in lithium exploration with KorrAI's state-of-the-art technology, the partnership seeks to capitalize on each company's unique capabilities and promote innovation in the search for and extraction of vital minerals.

Lancaster intends to approach stakeholder concerns holistically when conducting exploration efforts. Lancaster will examine and take into account the environmental, social, and economic effects of all of its planned actions because it understands how important it is for different stakeholders to have different interests.


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