Earlier in the year, pitched to a crowd of students who were taking part in the annual capstone project carried by the University of Sydney (uSyd). The aim of the project was to introduce the students to real world problems and expose them to commercial workplaces. GeoInteractive teamed up with a team of 4 talented students […]
More awesome news from GeoInteractive! GeoInteractive recently graduated from Telstra’s Muru-d Accelerator based out of Sydney CBD. GeoInteractive are now looking at establishing a more permanent HQ in Sydney and a landing pad in SF (USA). Now it’s just a matter of looking for that perfect base.
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 […]
SYDNEY WATER have recently submitted an abstract paper on GeoInteractive’s recent SewerScout™ trial in a section of the Wester Middle Harbour Sewer. If accepted Sydney Water will present GeoInteractive’s SewerScout™ technology to Australia and New Zealand’s water industry! GeoInteractive‘s SewerScout™ is an autonomous floating image acquisition drone that removes the need for people to enter sewers to inspect […]
Another Sydney Water 3D Mapping Project – NGRS Part II to be completed in October18 GeoInteractive have secured another 7.8km of 3D mapping with Sydney Water. GeoInteractive will be deploying a person assisted floatation mapping system in the NGRS sewer in mid October. Projects like this assist GeoInteractive to bootstrap their business and continual fund […]
With the great news of Aash and Angus joining the team this indicates the new iteration of the SewerScout v1.3 has begun. GeoInteractive envisage the new version to be operational within 3 months.
CEO and founder Robert travelled to the US recently. Robert met with several utilities including SFPUC, DC Water, MWRD to discuss piloting the sewerscout technology. Robert also met with investors, other startups and also attended USA’s largest water conference (WEFTEC).
It’s been 6 months and GeoInteractive made it through the intense 6 months Telstra Muru-d accelerator program. GeoInteractive went out with a bang by delivering a entertaining pitch at demo day!
Over the last couple of months GeoInteractive have been searching out talented people to join the team and help take the company to the next stage. The team now has grown to 1 FT, 4 casuals, and 4 interns. Angus Mitchell joins the team to work on automation, computer vision and machine learning. Angus […]