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A Seismic Array in Western Australia

Gaiacode has just delivered the first batch of seismometers for a new mobile seismic array in Western Australia…

Geothermal Monitoring

Harvesting geothermal energy from deep underground is playing an ever increasing role in the global energy mix. But…

A Growing Team of Representatives

Gaiacode has chosen KMD Elektronik as our representative in Turkey. KMD is an established supplier of electric and…

Borehole Systems in Turkey

Under a contract with the National Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) in Ankara Gaiacode has installed three…

Gaiacode at the Seismology Conference in Quito, Ecuador

Together with its Latin American Partner Ampere Gaiacode will be attending the 4th assembly of the Latin American…

Versatile Broadband Sensors for Earth Science and Resource Exploration

Gaiacode has just delivered 42 seismic broadband sensors of the Alpha Light family and the same number of…
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