We were honoured to participate in the workshop “Space High Technologies for a Sustainable Economic Development of Vietnam” held on 3rd April 2017 in Hanoi, Vietnam. The workshop was organised by the Vietnamese Ministry of Science and Technology and Collecte Localisation Satellites.
Further to the success last year in Barcelona, Madrid and Bilbao, we are pleased to announce that we have organised a new series of InSAR technology workshops for 2017 in Spain.
TRE ALTAMIRA and IDS GeoRadar integrate the use of satellite and ground-based SAR to further improve safety monitoring
IDS GeoRadar and TRE ALTAMIRA are pleased to announce a new integrated monitoring service to mine companies, capitalizing on their expertise in Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) technologies.
We are pleased to invite you to our InSAR workshop in Jakarta on 21st March 2017.
Abandoned mines and their associated hazards can pose major threats to local communities and the environment. Satellite technology in particular can make a meaningful contribution to quantifying and evaluating the global inactive mine hazard.
TRE ALTAMIRA and IDS GeoRadar were invited to present SAR applications for the mining sector at the Department of Mining Engineering, IIT Kharagpur, India, 7-10 February 2017.
TRE ALTAMIRA has been awarded by SPEA Engineering S.p.A. (a Company of Atlantia Group) a contract for monitoring over a key motorway corridor in Central Italy, relying on TerraSAR-X satellite data, commercialized and distributed by Airbus.
Mitigating the risk for neighbouring structures and contributing to urban management with InSAR: the success of Ville de Dax.
A new article by TRE ALTAMIRA published on Tunneltalk.com to illustrate the benefits of our satellite technology for the tunnelling industry.
TRE ALTAMIRA has processed 7 years of TerraSAR-X data to measure movement on and around the Millennium Tower in San Francisco.
TRE ALTAMIRA will be participating in the Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) 27th Annual Conference in London, 7-9 December 2016.
TRE ALTAMIRA continues the analysis of the satellite data acquired over the Central Italy areas struck by a devastating seismic swarm, which has started last August.