Gaiacode at the Seismology Conference in Quito, Ecuador

22 Sep

Together with its Latin American Partner Ampere Gaiacode will be attending the 4th assembly of the Latin American and Caribbean Seismological Commission (LACSC) in Quito, Ecuador. We will show our full line of seismic sensors and digital products.

A Wide Range of Scientific Topics

LACSC is a regional association of seismologists and scientists in related fields, organised under the framework of IASPEI, the International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior. Typically the LACSC members meet biannualy, but because of the Covid pandemic four years have passed since the last convention, held 2018 in Miami. LACSC Quito

During this year's meeting a wide range of seismology related topics will be discussed in technical sessions. The topics range from the regional tsunami threats to Earthquake Early Warning projects to Volcano Seismology.

Ampere - Great Partner in Latin America

In joining forces with Ampere, a well established company involved in selling, installing and maintaining instrumentation for seismic and other applications all over Latin America and the Caribbean, Gaiacode is well represented in this seismically very active part of the world. Ampere is headquartered in Mexico City and has an Office in Chile.


                                  The Exhibit Stand at the LACSC-Meeting in Quito

Come visit us at LACSC, to be held 3-5 October 2022 in the Hotel Hilton Colon in Quito.

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