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,…

Seismometers at the End of the World

Seismic sensors built by Gaiacode have just been installed in Tierra del Fuego at the southermost tip of…

Gaiacode releases Omega Software suite

Gaiacode is proud to announce a new, comprehensive software suite to be used with all of our digital…

Gaiacode attends two important scientific conferences

This spring Gaiacode will attend two important scientific conferences. We will first participate in the annual meeting of…

Gaiacode's Expanding Team

Gaiacode's small team of dedicated professionals in the field of seismic instrumentation is ever expanding. Beginning this month,…
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