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  • Cautus Geo delivers fiber optic measurement systems

    Cautus Geo has entered a cooperation with SMARTEC on fiber optic measurement systems. SMARTEC is a leading provider of advanced fiber optic systems for global monitoring of structures with high accuracy, over long distances and with a high number of measurement points or distributed measurements.

  • Cautus Geo celebrates 1 year anniversary

    1st of August – Cautus Geo celebrates 1 year anniversary. After one year of hard work and steady growth Cautus Geo celebrates one year anniversary. The celebration was carried out with the whole Cautus Geo team and guests.

  • Ammar Iqbal became a part of the Cautus Geo team

    On the 1st of June 2010, Ammar Iqbal became a part of the Cautus Geo team. Ammar has a master’s degree from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. Ammar will strengthen Caustus Geo’s geo- and deformation monitoring services and contribute to high quality services and products.

  • New employee in Cautus Geo

    On the 1st of December 2009, Vegar Svendgård joined the Cautus Geo team. Vegar has a Masters degree in mapping science from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. Vegar will strengthen Cautus Geos geomonitoring services and contribute to high quality services and products.

  • Maintenance work at Åkneset

    Cautus Geo has done maintenance at the Åknes landslide and upgraded its total station solution to a new Trimble S8 long range.

  • 17 GNSS units in place in Lyngen

    17 of the total 18 GNSS units are now in place at Nordneset in Lyngen. The network will be complete in mid December and it will be fully operational in early 2010.

  • Laser monitoring system to Mannen

    Cautus Geo AS will establish a laser monitoring system at the mountain Mannen in the municipality of Rauma. Three lasers will be established and operational before the 1st of November. The laser monitoring system is developed by Cautus Geo AS. News in the media related to this project: TV2 nyhetene

  • Camera systems delivered to the project “Fjellskred i Troms”

    Cautus Geo delivered two web camera systems for monitoring purposes to the project “Fjellskred i Troms”. The camera systems will be part of a larger system for monitoring unstable land area in Lyngen. News in the media related to this project: forskning.no