Read the latest stories about EMerald Geomodelling and how we uncover ground conditions in large scale infrastructure projects.
How can Norwegians safely establish and maintain infrastructure in the places that are the most dangerous from a geotechnical point of view? You can find the answer here!
EMerald Geomodelling can «see» underground, but how far down can they actually see? Geologist Anne H. Rasmussen tells us that she can see a lot further than what is necessary for her to be able to ensure the safety of roads, railways and tunnels.
Right from his childhood bedroom, Egil Möller got an early start on his journey through cyberspace. Since then, he has worked with countless programming languages and abstraction layers. Now he is ready to revolutionize EMerald Geomodelling’s machine learning algorithms for the benefit of both customers and the environment.
The new route for the E39 between Mandalselva and Lyngdal passes through inaccessible and hilly terrain. Through EMerald Geomodelling, Nye Veier are using airborne geoscanning and AI to reduce risk in road development projects.
With experience from EM processing in the oil industry and her newfound dedication in data science, Linares aims to enhance product quality for EMerald Geomodelling’s clients.
Technology that can scan for the risk of landslides from the air can save developers a lot of expense. Though if EMerald Geomodelling’s founder, Andi Pfaffhuber, hadn’t happened to fall in love, nothing might have come of it.
In a commission for Nye Veier, EMerald Geomodelling and SkyTEM Surveys will be mapping the ground conditions in connection with the design of the new E18 highway southeast in Norway. Three stretches of road amounting to a total of around 52 kilometres are scheduled to be geoscanned by helicopter: Langangen to Rugtvedt, Dørdal to Tvedestrand and Arendal to Grimstad.
We are thrilled to have Ronny Liverød on the team as VP Business Development! – I am looking forward to spreading the word about EMerald Geomodelling’s ingenious and innovative technique to the world, says Ronny Liverød. As business development manager, he is the one who will have the customer contact and develop both the Norwegian and the international market.
The newly established company EMerald Geomodelling will, in the next few years, work to enable smarter resource utilization in public and private sector when planning infrastructure. The innovation company is based on several years of research at the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI). By combining geoscanning with machine learning, the innovative company wants to help solve major challenges in infrastructure projects in the coming years.
From a grass-covered field in Stjørdal, a helicopter lifts off. Below it hangs a hexagonal structure measuring 342 m2 that weighs 700 kg. After a few days of flying a total of 30 km2 of new alignments of the E6 in Trøndelag will be covered: 20 km2 between Ulsberg and Kvål, and 10 km2 between Kvithammar and Åsen.
EMerald Geomodelling’s Co-Founder and VP Technology Craig W. Christensen will be a panel member for a roundtable at the 3rd International Conference on Information Technology in Geo-Engineering. The topic at hand: how has AI and machine learning impacted our industry, and what’s the future ahead?
During the 17thEuropean Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering in Reykjavik, Iceland, we give insight into the inner workings of integrated soil investigations programs based on integrating geotechnical and geophysical data with machine learning.