GeoNumerics awarded the “Innovative SME“ seal by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness

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GeoNumerics is proud to announce that, as of December 17th 2015, it has been awarded the “Innovative SME” seal valid until December 31st 2018.

The “Innovative SME” seals acknowledge a small-and-medium enterprise (SME) outstanding achievement(s) in product, service and project innovation. It is awarded by the “Dirección General de Innovación y Competitividad” (Directorate General of Innovation and Competitiveness) of the Spanish “Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad” (Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness).

"I am proud that GeoNumerics becomes one of the Spanish certified innovative small-and-medium-enterprise (SME)" said Dr. Ismael Colomina, Chief Executive Officer of GeoNumerics. "This award is not only an acknowledgement of our past continued investment and effort in research and development, but also a source of motivation and encouragement for the future. GeoNumerics is a small team with a long experience dedicated to geomatics and navigation. Credit for this distinction goes, above all, to the company's people who make it what it is.”

GeoNumerics participates in the 55th Photogrammetric Week in Stuttgart

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From September 7th to 11th, the 55th edition of the "Photogrammetric Week"  ̶ the "PhoWo" ̶  took place at the University of Stuttgart (Stuttgart, Germany).

The Photogrammetric Week series was initiated in Jena, in 1909 by Carl Pulfrich as a “vacation course in stereo-photogrammetry.” In June of the same year Pulfrich sent out the call for participation in the German "Zeitschrift für Vermessungswesen" (ZfV) for the course, which took place from October 4th to 9th. Since 1973 the "PhoWo" has been organised biennially by the Institute of Photogrammetry, at the University of Stuttgart; from 1973 to 1991 under Professor Fritz Ackermann and from 1993 to 2015 under Professor Dieter Fritsch. Today, the "PhoWo" enjoys international recognition as an upgrading seminar and a platform for the exchange of experience.

GeoNumerics participates in the 5th edition of the "UAV Remote Sensing Principles" Course

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GeoNumerics is glad to announce its participation in the 5th edition of the course "UAV Remote Sensing principles" organized by CATUAV that will be held in Collsuspina (Catalonia, Spain) on 5th - 9th October 2015. Dr. Colomina, Chief Scientist Officer at GeoNumerics, will be one o the invited lecturers, in charge of introducing the principles and trends of UAV-based photogrammetry.

Due to the success of the previous editions, CATUAV has decided to organize another one within 2015. In other words, it seems that "UAS-based photogrammetry and remote sensing" is gaining momentum and this course is the excuse to be updated with a broad overview of state-of-the-art remote sensing techniques using UAV aerial imagery.

GeoNumerics actively participates in the International Conference on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics, UAV-g 2015

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The International Conference on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics, the UAV-g 2015, was held in Toronto, ON, Canada in the beginning of September 2015. This was the third edition of this conference devoted to the use of small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in the field of Geomatics. The first two editions were held in Zurich and Rostock, respectively.

The contributions of GeoNumerics have been numerous and varied. Dr. Ismael Colomina has been part of the scientific committee in charge of reviewing the conference articles, and has additionally chaired one session. Finally, he participated on the final Panel Discussion held among experts of various fields related to the UAV-g. On the other side, Pere Molina gave an oral presentation of the paper "A method for simultaneous aerial and terrestrial geodata acquisition for corridor mapping" and participated as jury for the posters presented at the congress.