Cautus Geo has delivered the GNSS network used by NVE (Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate) to monitor the particularly rockslide-prone area Gámanjunni in Kåfjord municipality in northern Troms county. Gámanjunni will bury large parts og Manndalen below if a rockslide occurs and put the nearby residents at risk. Gámanjunni is one of the most… Read more »
What we do
Mapping, measurement and analysis
We offer a unique combination of different measurement systems, experience and compentancy with measurement technology for the markets we work within. We have some of the best solutions and equipment for remote mapping including laser scanners, camera solutions, photogrammetry and radar.Read more
Instrumentation and monitoring
Our extensive experience allows us to assist with instrument selection and system design based on the type of project, measurement criteria, and requirements of the end user.Read more
Operations and maintenance
Once all systems are installed, projects normally enter the operations and maintenance phase. At this phase of the project, Cautus Geo is able to monitor to ensure that all devices continue to work properly and that the data collected is as high quality as possible.Read more
Our staff has a wide range of specialization in various geoscientific areas, measurement systems and IT, which allows us provide assistance on many different types of projects.Read more
We have developed our own web data management solution, Cautus Web, which accepts data from nearly any sensor type. Cautus Geo has also been involved with development of web modules for one of the leading companies in the field of positioning equipment, Trimble.Read more
Research and development
We participate in research projects to develop new technologies to improve on existing methods of monitoring and collecting data.Read more
We are always on the move and shoot pictures where we work.
Cautus Geo AS specializes in solutions for geo- monitoring, automatic monitoring of stability, deformation and the environment. We aim to be a leading and innovative provider of effective and secure solutions for geo- monitoring and automatic measurement systems for land, water and vulnerable structures. An important part of our approach is to be able to connect reason factors and events together for common analysis and development of predictive models in real time. By combining several types of sensors in an integrated solution, we can distinguish unnatural events from normal trends.
Why automatic monitoring?
Automatic solutions for monitoring stability, deformation and environment can:
- Improve safety and security
- Reduce cost and improve efficiency
- Provide more and better data
- Solve problems before a failure occurs
- Document that everything is ok
- Provide a basis for making correct decisions
Cautus Geo has established an automatic monitoring system at Joasetbergi. Joasetbergi is a part of the unstable mountain area Stampa in Sogn og Fjordane county. It is located 800m up the mountainside east of the town of Flåm at the end of Aurlandsfjorden, 125 km east of Bergen. Stampa is one of the largest unstable… Read more »
Cautus Geo participated once again this year in the Fjellsprengningsdagene conference, which was held November 23-24, 2017 in Oslo.