We will be at several conferences, events and shows throughout the year.
Please see details below of the events we are confirmed to attend.

Hosted Event

Cross Hole Seismic Course 2024

21 February 22 February 2024

Geomatrix are running a Cross hole Seismics Course on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd February 2024 alongside Geotomographie GmbH. This event is open to industry and academic professionals; particularly suited to those who work in the geotechnical, geophysical and civil- engineering sectors.

We will be looking over the Sh and Sv techniques and will showcase the new S-wave source BIS-SV from Geotomographie GmbH. The course will cover the cross hole Seismic theory, field methods & data acquisition, data processing, and will look at various applications/ case studies. This course will be held locally in Leighton Buzzard and will involve a practical session.

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£ 300 per person

Oceanology International 2024

12 March 14 March 2024

Geomatrix will be exhibiting at Oceanology International on the 12-14th March 2024 alongside Geometrics INC, at booth (TBC). The exhibition explores the key topics surrounding the future of ocean technology and focuses on the developments in the industry. This year we plan on showcasing our developments of our products in the marine sector.

Utility Week Live 2024

21 May 22 May 2024

Utility Week Live will be running from the 21-22 May 2024. This is a pan-utility exhibition which allows professionals to view, converse and listen to those in the industry about new innovative solutions in the utility sector.

Ocean Business 2025

8 April 10 April 2025

Oceanbuisness is a marine focused exhibition which allows visitors and exhibitors to network, interact and get hands on experience with new innovative technology. The exhibition will highlight technology in the marine sector with live demonstrations of autonomous systems, survey tools, chem/bio sensors and more, with live demonstrations on the dockside and onboard vessels. The exhibition also provides the opportunity to find out some further information about how the instrumentation in the marine sector has developed and help resolve any questions you may have and develop project ideas. More information to come soon!