• Cautus Geo jobber for Keller Grundbau på Follobanen

    Cautus Geo contracted by Keller Grundbau

    Cautus Geo has recently been contracted by Keller Grundbau GmbH to provide instrumentation services related to construction of a new tunnel under Ekeberg. The work is taking place in the Old Town district of Oslo and the development is a part of the new Follobanen railway. The project encompasses deformation monitoring with various instrument types… Read more »

  • Cautus Geo participates as exhibitor at Grundläggningsdagen 2017

    Grundläggningsdagen in Stockholm is one of northern Europe’s largest conferences dealing with soil conditions and geotechnical engineering with over 700 participants. Cautus Geo participated as an exhibitor and presented its various monitoring systems designed for geotechnical applications.

  • New employee in Cautus Geo

    We would like to welcome Alex Puiu Albu to our team! Alex will join our development team and begins with us March 1st.

  • Cautus Geo is a sponsor of Norwegian Cup cross-country Voss 2017

    The Norwegian Cup cross-country race took place February 17-19 in Voss. Cautus Geo contributed with weather and road information during the event. In addition, we have provided some of our mapping technology to present the racing course and participants.

  • Fjellsprengningsdagene Conference 2016

    Cautus Geo participated as an exhibitor in the annual Fjellsprengningsdagene conference held November 24-25, 2016 in Oslo. The conference covers news and current projects involving tunneling or other types of rock blasting.

  • Video: Cautus Geo in action in the field

    Cautus Geo was recently out in the field for maintenance and installation on a pair or weather monitoring systems used to assess avalanche risk potential.

  • 15.000 cubic meter blast captured on film

    Due to poor stability of the rock formation at Deildo in the Hardanger region, the Norwegian National Road Authority decided to blast out and clear a particularly dangerous section along Rv13 (National road 13). The 15.000 cubic meter blast took place early in the morning on October 17th, and Cautus Geo captured the event on… Read more »

  • Measurand training course in Canada

    Last week, Cautus Geo traveled to Canada to participate in a Measurand training course, where we learned more about the new SAA (Shape Accel Array) models that will become available in 2017. The course was held at Measurand’s headquarters in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and thus the program included a tour of their production facilities where… Read more »

  • Cautus Geo is developing a new system for advanced water quality monitoring!

    Earlier this year, Cautus Geo together with 4 partners received support from the European Union’s Eureka project for innovation and development amongst European partners. On September 1st, the project “Continuous pesticide sensing in the environment” (CoPs) commenced. The goal of this project is to develop a sensor and measurement system to automatically and continuously measure… Read more »

  • Building damage

    Powerful rainstorms during the fall have led to floods and landslides that have had damaging effects on a number of buildings. Cautus Geo offers solutions for monitoring of ground stability and movement of building foundations. One such example in the Oslo area is a house where segments of the foundation slid out following a period… Read more »

  • Cautus Geo is proud supplier

    Cautus Geo has supplied a range of equipment that NVE uses in their work with monitoring unstable mountains. NVE has made three films on their website that show a bit of monitoring and equipment we have supplied – take a look! NVE – Avalanche