Published articles

Global Mining Intelligence

Fugro’s extensive engineering and consulting expertise provides mining companies with the critical insight and technical solutions to optimise operations throughout the life cycle of a mine.
Originally published in the 2016 Spring Vol 5 Number 10 of Mining Turkey and is protected by copyright

Radar ice mapping from the skies

Fugro’s airborne radar ice thickness capability is moving into commercial operations, a new tool that can help operators mitigate risk in challenging Arctic environments.
Originally published in the spring 2016 edition of the Frontier Energy magazine and is protected by copyright

The Full Picture - The Life Cycle of Rail Assets

Fugro shows how its surveying products – from linear datasets to 3D/4D information models – can accurately determine the life cycle of rail assets
Originally published in the April 2016 edition of the Rail Professional magazine and is protected by copyright

Exploration of water resources for Africa’s food production

The global demand for affordable food products increases steadily with the growth of the world population. However, the potential area of arable land is not without limits, which necessitate an increasingly intensive agriculture with the use of modern fertilizers.
Originally published in the February 2016 issue of WaterSolutions and is protected by copyright

African Decisions

Chairman and CEO of Fugro, Paul van Riel discusses one of the key elements of Fugro’s comprehensive geoscience and survey services - integrating global expertise with local capabilities.
Originally published in the 2015 issue 3 of African Decisions and is protected by copyright

New Angles on Data Collection

Survey technology for rail infrastructure is gradually relocating. Increasing automation is helping to remove survey personnel from the tracks. Data collection is moving from dedicated vehicles to passenger trains, working at faster speeds and with less disruption. New line speed train-mounted technologies are being introduced that will revolutionise the way that data and asset information is collected on the railway.
Originally published in the July 2015 edition of Rail Engineer and is protected by copyright

GeoSAR: from jungle canopy to Arctic ice

Over the past three years, Fugro has teamed up with university and industry partners to develop a specialised ice management capability that enables mapping, characterisation and monitoring of ice structures over large geographical areas. Here, Fugro's Arctic Team discuss their award-winning technology 
Originally published in the Autumn 2014 issue of Frontier Energy and is protected by copyright

Characterize and Visualize

Leveraging data and technology in deep water development.

Originally published in the April 2014 edition of Marine Technology and is protected by copyright.

Desert Hide and Seek

Adaptation of a ground investigation technique from the oil and gas industry is offering improved detection of geological anomalies in the Middle East.

Originally published in the 27 March 2014 edition of New Civil Engineer and is protected by copyright.

In search of road assurance

Advances in survey technology and the evolving face of road procurement are driving demand for highway condition data.
Originally published in the March 2014 edition of World Highways and is protected by copyright.
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