Gaiacode attending two scientific conferences

14 Mar 2024

In March and April 2024, Gaiacode will be attending two scientific conferences. Gaiacode’s first conference of 2024 will be at the British Seismological Meeting (BSM) in Reading, United Kingdom at the end of March. Moving into April, Gaiacode will also be attending the European Geophysical Union (EGU) in Vienna.

At both conferences, Gaiacode will be presenting its full product and software range as well as launching new instrumentation. Come and discuss all of Gaiacode’s existing product range along with new sensors and the latest ideas in strain meter measurement techniques and systems.

We will also be ready to discuss ocean bottom multidisciplinary instrumentation based on a PICO broadband sensor.

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BSM in Reading, United Kingdom.

On March 25th to 27th 2024, BSM is holding its 4th biennial meeting organised by the International Seismological Centre (ISC), who are sponsored by Gaiacode.

BSM has a wealth of expert speakers attending as well as leaders from top universities around the United Kingdom.

Gaiacode will be demonstrating its full product range as well as presenting new instrumentation named ‘PICO’ and ‘LAMBDA’. PICO is a new compact fully tilt-tolerant feedback sensor sensor to be installed in all environments whilst LAMBDA is a new patented feedback infrasound sensor bringing a new design to the industry. Please come visit our booth.

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EGU in Vienna, Austria

For the second time, Gaiacode has a booth at the EGU on the 14th to 19th of April. Our team will be demonstrating our product line, discussing our new instrumentation and future developments in seismic instrumentation.

We will also be unveiling our new 5 axis Dilatometer and giving an oral presentation on the LAMBDA infrasound sensor. The EGU is held in the Austria Center located on the Donauinsel in the heart of Vienna. Come and visit us in the First floor gallery, booth 102.

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