AGU Fall Meeting 2017Photo Stories
AGU Fall Meeting 2017
The 2017 AGU Fall Meeting was held 11 – 15 December 2017 in New Orleans.
Geobit, ISTI and HMSC joined together at AGU Fall Meeting 2017 in New Orleans.
GEObit provides high sensitivity wide-band and near broad-band seismic sensors, surface or borehole type, and high dynamic range, low power 32bit ADC data loggers with local data storage and real time telemetry over seedlink protocol. We are focusing to low power and cost efficient solutions so we provide to our customer seismic networks with low installation and maintenance costs. Our instruments are ideal for local and regional seismicity and micro-seismicity monitoring and for seismic events such as those induced by unconventional hydrocarbon extraction. Our high fidelity data loggers ensure that these signals are recorded with the highest resolution and timing accuracy.
Effie Siaini, Nikos Germenis & Dimitris Mourtzouchos in front of the booth tower.
Dimitris and Nikos welcome visitors to the booth.
What we presented on the tv video wall.
During this event we met with most of our clients, shared our ideas with peers from around the world and we managed to grow our network of invaluable contacts for benchmarking, partnering and expanding our activities.
Nikos Germenis (Geobit) & Sid Hellman (ISTI)
Nikos Germenis (Geobit), Stefan Lisowski & Paul Friberg (ISTI), Mike Hasting (HMSC Inc.)
Effie Siaini (Geobit)
New Orleans Streetcar (Canal street line)