Gaiacode attending two scientific conferences

In March and April 2024, Gaiacode will be attending two scientific conferences. Gaiacode’s first conference of 2024 will…

Geophysical Borehole Observatory for Türkiye

In one of the industry's firsts Gaiacode will design, build and install a multidisciplinary geophysical borehole observatory at…

Gaiacode Equipment to Modernize Swedish Seismic Network

Gaiacode equipment is being used in the long planned modernization of the Swedish National Seismic Network (SNSN). Operated…

A New Type of Connector

Anybody who has ever installed a seismometer under rough field conditions or in tight vaults, will have experienced…

Gaiacode Exhibits in Korea

Together with our Korean Partner KITValley Co., Ltd. Gaicode will exhibit at the 2023 Korea Climate Meteorological Industry…

Monitoring Dams in India

Gaiacode is part of the biggest rehabilitation project of dams in the world. In less than two years,…
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