Read the latest stories about EMerald Geomodelling and how we uncover ground conditions in large scale infrastructure projects.
The Indian government is currently working on strategic road tunnel projects to ensure safe travel between central India and the Kashmir region. To get information about the complex geology and overcome the challenges of conducting ground investigations at more than 5000 m altitude, EMerald Geomodelling is on site in Jammu, Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, India – flying in the face of Covid.
With first-hand experience in all phases of the technology development pipeline, Le Breton is ready to help EMerald Geomodelling to develop what he calls "new superpowers for geoengineers" that will disrupt the construction and infrastructure industries.
When you apply for a summer internship, there is often a risk you´ll be set to do tasks no one else wants to do. What if you got the opportunity to make and try new machine learning algorithms? The bonus ofcourse is to be included in a small, but dynamic group that goes that extra mile.
EMerald Geomodelling in partnership with SkyTEM, SDU and NGI has secured Eurostars funding for a € 1.6 M development project. The funding will help finance the development of a drone-based system and piloting with strategic partners over the next 30 months.
What do you get when you combine a passion for the environment with a fascination for meteorology?
EAGE is a global professional, not-for-profit association for geoscientists and engineers. This summer our CEO Andi Pfaffhuber was asked to share his career journey in EAGE's Career Masterclasses. This is his story.
How can Norwegians safely establish and maintain infrastructure in the places that are the most dangerous from a geotechnical point of view? You can find the answer here!
EMerald Geomodelling can «see» underground, but how far down can they actually see? Geologist Anne H. Rasmussen tells us that she can see a lot further than what is necessary for her to be able to ensure the safety of roads, railways and tunnels.
Right from his childhood bedroom, Egil Möller got an early start on his journey through cyberspace. Since then, he has worked with countless programming languages and abstraction layers. Now he is ready to revolutionize EMerald Geomodelling’s machine learning algorithms for the benefit of both customers and the environment.
The new route for the E39 between Mandalselva and Lyngdal passes through inaccessible and hilly terrain. Through EMerald Geomodelling, Nye Veier are using airborne geoscanning and AI to reduce risk in road development projects.
With experience from EM processing in the oil industry and her newfound dedication in data science, Linares aims to enhance product quality for EMerald Geomodelling’s clients.
Technology that can scan for the risk of landslides from the air can save developers a lot of expense. Though if EMerald Geomodelling’s founder, Andi Pfaffhuber, hadn’t happened to fall in love, nothing might have come of it.