IESE will provide a datalogger, telemetry system and live web-access for one piezo for $400 per month. No other charges. Remove the requirement of sending a technician onsite to collect the data you need weekly/monthly/quarterly, when we can send you the data you need any… Continue reading
IESE is in the process of installing approximately 30km of fibre-optic geotextile mats into a roading project in NZ to monitor settlement both during and after construction. The mats are installed in three parallel trenches over the entire 10km length of the project, and provide… Continue reading
IESE just started a new Research and Development project, with the help of a NZ’s Callaghan Innovation grant. The end product will be a new borehole sonde, using fiber optic sensors integrated into our current NZ manufactured instrumentation range. This new sonde will allow for… Continue reading
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After months of work, we are extremely proud to announce the formation of International Earth Sciences IESE Ltd – trading as “IESE”. IESE combines the knowledge and expertise of 11 professionals, including seismologists, geophysicists, earth scientists, and data management & telemetry specialists. Our specializations include:… Continue reading
We have moved into our new premises in Takapuna, Auckland. We are sharing premises with another dynamic new company, AirQuality Ltd, and hoping to develop our technology platform with them. Our address is 21 Barrys Point Rd, Takapuna, down a driveway just before #19 (if… Continue reading
After hearing a few interesting pronunciations of the company name, I thought I’d clarify! METRY comes from the Greek verb for Measure or Count “μετρημα”, as in GEOMETRY (measure the Earth), TELEMETRY (measure remotely). Pronunciation is “Met Tree”, as in Telemetry.