Author Archives: Regine Espada

GeoInteractive Gets Selected for Pipeline H2O Commercialisation Program in the US!

Pipeline identifies and commercializes the world’s leading water-based startup technologies. The company leverage premier public-private water innovation cluster to provide customers, mentors, and support. Pipeline’s unique go-to-market platform allows startups to pilot locally and deploy globally. GeoInteractive will start the program in February and will see the CEO Robert Lee travel to Ohio each month. […]

Slipper Mapping This Month

Geointeractive undertook a further 2km mapping of Sydney Water’s critical sewer Network in December. This involved utilising the ‘ person assisted mapping system’ in sewer lines that are incredibly slippery posing to be a hazardous environment. Geointeractive undertakes this method of mapping as a fact finding procedure in order to understand the environment in which […]

GeoInteractive to Trial Cicada Innovations Offices

GeoInteractive will be on a trip to visit Cicada Innovations offices from November until December. Cicada Innovations is seen as Australia top deep tech incubator. GeoInteractive will be trialing the space for a month between November and December. “AT CICADA INNOVATIONS WE GROW DEEP TECHNOLOGY STARTUPS INTO SUCCESSFUL GLOBAL BUSINESSES.” – Cicada Innovations Know more about them through their webpage: http://cicadainnovations.com

GeoInteractive Welcomes New Team Member, Matthew Clark

Geointeractive would like to welcome Matthew Clark to the team. In his role as Technical Leader, Matt brings his experience in leading technical teams and technical workflows in many areas which has included roles in the UN. In recent years, Matt has been involved in exploration/trailblazing in the technical start-up area which is a key […]

GeoInteractive Get’s Dirty Mapping Parts of the Northern Georges River Sewer

GeoInteractive Get’s Dirty….literally! Team will be Mapping Parts of the Northern Georges River Sewer!   GeoInteractive were getting dirty again mapping approximately 6km of main sewers under the city of Sydney. A new assisted floating rig was used for the project which housed the 3D Mapping System. The 3D system is currently being configured to […]