We provide game-changing, remote exploration which allows you to determine the resource potential in a focussed, precise and timely manner. By using available data from satellite systems utilizing automated patent registered processing routines, we provide high-performance, large spatial surface analysis for risk-reduced remote prospection. Our focussed target detection is based on the physical and chemical characteristics of different minerals and elements. We are able to speed up and enhance your exploration process by scanning and mapping your areas of interest all over the world.
Since November 2014, the "open-GeoInnovation" project has been supported by the program "Development, implementation and professionalisation of recycling concepts from mathematics, science and engineering science Leibniz institutions (section D) and the Helmholtz centres" by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
The project at the GFZ develops innovative and viable business models for the area of geoinformation technology as well as natural disaster and land use management based on open information and software platforms (SaaS, PaaS). This includes the options of implementing the business model in employee spin-offs or licinsing the developed methods and results to collarborating economic partners.
Project coordinator is Ingo Kapp.