Geospatial base layer for future infrastructure
Our CEO, Mark Heine, was featured in Geospatial World’s Annual Leaders’ Outlook 2021. Read his predictions for the geospatial sector and how Geo-data and digitisation are essential for ensuring the safety of global infrastructure.
Originally published in Geospatial World January-February 2021 issue and is protected by copyright
"After the rights issue, we had online drinks, not an extravagant party."
First published in the Dutch equivalent of the Financial Times, Het Financieele Dagblad, this short article tells the story of how CEO Mark Heine’s vision led to Fugro’s successful refinancing in 2020.
Read the original article in Dutch or download the English translation.
Originally published in the Dutch equivalent of the Financial Times, Het Financieele Dagblad, and is protected by copyright.
At the vanguard of the energy transition
From oil and gas origins to leading the way in renewables, Fugro is evolving in step with the energy industry’s changing demands and greener future. Fugro’s Peter Brooke talks to the Environmental Analyst about this successful strategy.
Originally published in Environmental Analyst January 2021 and is protected by copyright.
Solar farms need soil investigations
In Land+Water magazine, René Barth and Ronald Tjemmes explain how Fugro’s comprehensive soil investigations are essential for eliminating ground risk when developing land- and marine-based solar farms (article in Dutch).
Originally published in Land+Water nr. 12 - December 2020 and is protected by copyright.
Safe and sustainable hydrographic surveying
Remote and autonomous solutions are here to stay. In this edition of Ship & Offshore, Ivar de Josselin de Jong, Solution Director for remote inspection, explains how Fugro is partnering with SEA-KIT to deliver the next generation of uncrewed survey vessels (USVs) and how they are revolutionising the subsea inspection landscape.
Originally published in Ship & Offshore number 7 2020 and is protected by copyright.
“Fugro is no longer defined by oil and gas”
CEO Mark Heine discusses Fugro’s future and evolving business model, as increased revenue from the growing demand for Geo-data critical to major infrastructure and offshore wind projects reduces Fugro’s reliance on the energy market’s more traditional sectors (article in Dutch).
Originally published in Effect November 2020 and is protected by copyright.
Improving nearshore and coastal mapping
Our senior hydrographer Richard Goosen takes a new look at the old problem of coastal zone mapping with an essay on Fugro RAMMS, the world’s only airborne multibeam mapping system.
Originally published in The Journal of Ocean Technology volume 15 number 3 2020 and is protected by copyright.
White spots in the infinite blue
Most of the world’s oceans are unmapped and undiscovered. In this interview for the Dutch magazine KIJK, Peter Burger and Assia Edderouzi shed light on Fugro’s role in the race to map the entire ocean floor by the end of the decade (article in Dutch).
Originally published in KIJK October 2020 and is protected by copyright.
Fugro vegetation control: A remote solution for lineside vegetation management
Trevor Burton and Dennis Hueckelbach talk PWI magazine through Fugro’s Vegetation Control solution and how it was used for Network Rail’s 2019 lineside vegetation analysis study.
Originally published in PWI (Permanent Way Institution) Journal October 2020 and is protected by copyright.
Dyke reinforcement designed "to the cubic centimetre”
Werner Halter and Tolga Cömert explain how Fugro’s software for the Rapid Engineering Assessment of Levees (REAL 2.0) is used to automatically generate 3D models of dikes, improving design accuracy and dike stability (article in Dutch).
Originally published in Land+Water nr. 8/9 - September 2020 and is protected by copyright.