Geopraevent Becomes Part of Hexagon

Hexagon acquired Geopraevent as of January 1. Geopraevent will continue to operate as an independent company under its current management. The Swiss company develops avalanche radars with image algorithms for the automatic detection of surface deformations using high-resolution photos or radar detection of millimetre deformations over a distance of several kilometres in mostly high alpine environments.

 (Bild: Geopraevent AG)

(Bild: Geopraevent AG)

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