Operating remotely in challenging times
Alastair McKie, Fugro’s Director of Remote Operations for Europe and Africa, explains the benefits of our remote solutions.
Originally published in Decom News issue 40 May 2020 issue and is protected by copyright
Support ocean knowledge for a sustainable future
David Millar explains how improving our understanding of the world's oceans is critical to meeting the needs of a growing population.
Originally published in ECO Magazine May - June 2020 issue and is protected by copyright
Coastal zone mapping with the world’s first airborne multibeam bathymetric lidar mapping system
Don Ventura, Hydrographic Business Development Manager at Fugro, discusses the importance of coastal mapping due to climate change and gradual rising sea levels.
Originally published in Hydrographische Nachrichten HN15 (Journal of Applied Hydrography) and is protected by copyright
Excalibur supports Blyth's full project life cycle
Find out how Fugro played a crucial role in the construction of the UK's first offshore wind farm in 1998, and how we returned two decades later for its decommissioning.
Originally published in ON&T April 2020 issue and is protected by copyright
Delivering ground insight for Deutsche Bahn’s high-speed link
Learn about Fugro’s work contributing to the construction of a new high-speed line in Germany.
Originally published in Rail Infrastructure number 134 and is protected by copyright
Smarter asset management with Fugro RILA
Mark Thomas, Fugro's UK Rail Manager, discusses the increased need for resilient infrastructure.
Originally published in Rail Professional April 2020 issue and is protected by copyright
Building for the future
Alastair McKie, Fugro's Director of Remote Operations for Europe and Africa, explains the benefits of remote and autonomous operations.
Originally published in Energy Voice April 2020 issue and is protected by copyright
Working for a safer and more sustainable world
Mark Heine, Fugro's CEO, discusses leadership style, strategies for finding new employees, and Seabed 2030.
Originally published in Hydro International March - April 2020 issue and is protected by copyright
Insights from the first commercial use of Fugro RAMMS
Senior hydrographer Richard Goosen describes how Fugro used the system for coastal and nearshore mapping at the paradise Turks and Caicos Islands.
Originally published in Hydro International November - December 2019 issue and is protected by copyright
RILA: geodetic backbone for Rail Infrastructure
This article describes the philosophy of applying spatial Geo-data for track maintenance; in particular, Fugro’s RILA™ technology, which provides geodetic-accurate spatial data.
Originally published in Rail Infrastructure number 132 and is protected by copyright