|Our presentation from the AGU-SEG conference in Florida is now on YouTube - Thursday, July 25, 2019|A case study where we use GeoScene3D to perform probabilistic modelling of a groundwater basin in the Indian Wells Valley in California were presented earlier this year at a conference in Florida. The methodology used is called Multiple Point Statistics (MPS) and allow a series of (hydro)geologically realistic models to be generated and not just one. In turn we can compute any kind of statistics based on these models. The presentation can be seen here
|I•GIS at the AGU-SEG Airborne Geophysics Workshop in Davie, Florida 10-13 June - Friday, June 7, 2019|
At the Airborne Geophysics workshop in Davie, Florida next week, I•GIS will hold Short Course entitled "From AEM Data to 3D Hydrogeolocial Concept Model". The 12 participants who have signed up for the course, will be taken through the practicalities of building a 3D conceptual model from scratch in GeoScene3D using AEM and other data types by combining cross-sections, GIS maps and 3D visualization in the interpretation process. In addition, the course will go through the Machine Learning tools in GeoScene3D allowing a high degree of automization of the hydrogeological modeling process.
I•GIS will also present the latest work and development in the GAP project, showing the current promising results of the Multiple point statistics (MPS) modelling work, which has been done at the China lake reservoires in the Indian Wells Vally in California. The presentation will be held at Florida Atlantic University - Davie West Building, DW103 on Wednesday June 12. from 10:10 - 10:30
|I-GIS present in Fresno State, California - Wednesday, May 15, 2019|
Monday this week the Danish Water Technology Alliance held a SGMA workshop at Fresno State’s Craig School of Business, where different Danish representatives gave lectures on groundwater mapping in Denmark.
Read the whole article in Water Rights, written by Don Wright here
|Digitizing Well Completion Reports - Friday, May 10, 2019|
To meet future demands for sound knowledge and management of a groundwater resource, I-GIS is now providing consulting services by digitizing well completion reports.
With the accelerating consequences of climate change and a growing world population there is an increasing focus on the groundwater resources. To properly map and manage the groundwater you need to construct a good geological model. Therefore, access to geological data is crucial - data often available only on paper documents and in well completion reports. As this is a challenge common to many of our international clients, I-GIS has decided to assist with the process of digitizing WCRs. By digitizing it is understood transferring WCR from paper/scanned pdf formats into a database useable for geological modelling in GeoScene3D. The task includes exact location, meta data, and geological log descriptions and QA/QC by trained geologists.
For more information on our digitizing services please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|I-GIS will be present in California during next week - Wednesday, May 8, 2019|
I-GIS will be present in California during week 20, May 13-18., to meet and catch up with potential customers and clients.
To book a meeting in order to discuss implementation of our software solutions for SGMA,
please contact Casper Mejer at email@example.com
|GeoScene3D training for Polish Geological Institute - Tuesday, April 9, 2019|
I•GIS has recently finished 2 days of GeoScene3D training for 8 geologists, geophysicist etc. from PGI (Polish Geological Institute). PGI have bought several GeoScene3D licenses and have just upgraded with more licenses. The training included discussions of ideas of how to get the best workflows on different new projects, including geothermal projects, geological mapping projects etc. We were impressed by the approach and ideas from our colleagues from Poland and learned a lot and got some new ideas for future GeoScene3D developments. We are looking forward to the ongoing cooperation.
|Sign up for Free DMS & HCM Workshop - Monday, March 25, 2019|
Join this free DMS and HCM workshop in the GeoSuite- and GeoScene3D software and get a comprehensive introduction to how online data management systems and hydrogeological modeling can be made easy.
Date 29 March 2019 @ 10 am – 4 pm.
Location: Glenn County Department of Agriculture
For more information read here
|SAGEEP 2019 in Portland - Friday, March 8, 2019|
Please visit us at SAGEEP 17-21 March 2019, Portland, Oregon. Find us at booth no 1 and listen to our presentation about Multiple Point Statistics (MPS) Monday 20, 3:00-3:20 pm.
|Challenges faced when trying to export the Danish Model of groundwater management to California - Monday, January 14, 2019|
I•GIS will be presenting an abstract reflecting on challenges faced when trying to export the Danish Model of groundwater management to California, at the Danish Water Forum (DWF) groundwater session, January 30.
We look forward to meeting colleagues and customers and hear the other presenters interesting contributions.
I•GIS' abstract can be read here
|SGU and I•GIS have signed a comprehensive Umbrella Agreement - Monday, January 7, 2019|
In relation to SGU’s massive investment in finding new Groundwater resources, and the coinciding Airborne Electromagnetic Mapping campaign, SGU has chosen to join forces with I•GIS and sign an extensive so-called Umbrella Agreement containing a series of GeoScene3D licenses, the GeoCloud, Software development, Consultancy hours and more.
|GeoScene3D & GeoCloud - key role in USGS groundwater study in Mississippi - Thursday, November 15, 2018|
The United States Geological Survey has chosen GeoScene3D/GeoCloud as software platform for 3D modeling the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (MAP)
For several years USGS has been using GeoScene3D modeling software and the organization has now signed a lager contract acquiring further software licenses and services for the years to come. This is going to play a central role in relation to the MAP project that is carried out in these years. Many different geophysical surveys as well as borehole campaigns are to be carried out in order to establish a comprehensive 3D model. The aim is to provide stakeholders and managers information and tools to better understand and manage groundwater resources.
At I•GIS we are proud to be able to deliver technology to USGS and see this as an opportunity to further extend the collaboration.
Follow this link
for more info about the MAP project.
|GeoScene3D helps the Geological Survey of Sweden to find new Groundwater resources - Tuesday, October 23, 2018|
An extensive Airborne Electromagnetic mapping campaign aiming at finding new groundwater resources takes place in Sweden these years. To build the hydrogeological models used to find these resources, the Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU) has chosen to use GeoScene3D as the main tool. This has resulted in a close collaboration between SGU and I-GIS, and a series of workshops and courses has been held both at I-GIS in Aarhus and at SGU in Uppsala.
|GeoScene3D and GeoSuite publiced in FastTIMES - Monday, October 8, 2018|
We are proud to announce that our engagement in the Californian groundwater campaign has been published in the latest issue of FastTIMES.
Please visit FastTIMES, page 109-110, and read more about how our software solutions GeoScene3D and GeoSuite are being implemented in the Californian groundwater sector.
As mentioned in earlier news announcement, our CEO Niels-Peter is present in California this week and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|I-GIS will be present in California during week 41 - Monday, October 8, 2018|
In relation to progress on the Groundwater Architeture Project “GAP” together with Stanford University, I-GIS will be present in California during this week.
I-GIS will be meeting with partners and clients to discuss progress and cooperation. To book a meeting to discuss implementation of our software solutions for SGMA, please contact CEO Niels-Peter at email@example.com
|Groundwater Architeture Project GAP in California - Tuesday, October 2, 2018|
Together with Stanford University, Rambøll and Aarhus University, I-GIS has entered an agreement to further developing groundwater mapping customized the state of California. I-GIS is to contribute with data management systems and further development on statistical methods for large scale geological modeling.
This project is partly sponsored by the Environmental Technology Development and Demonstration Program (MUDP) of the Danish Ministry of Environment and Food. Read more in Danish news article here
|GeoScene3D courses at the Danish Ministry of Environment and Food - Tuesday, October 2, 2018|
Last week geologists at I•GIS had the pleasure of training 12 geologists and geophysicists from the Danish Ministry of Environment and Food, Environmental Protection Agency, in Aalborg, DK.
The training took place over two days. An introduction to GeoScene3D at day one – how to setup a GeoScene3D project based on existing data and models. At day two we had a look at some selected new features I GeoScene3D. We came around several new tools used to “copy&paste” selected information from existing models on different file formats, we tried to create aquifer specific potentiometric maps based on layered models, calculated draw downs, imported and used vector themes, ERT data etc. and tried out Smart Interpretation – a fast and efficient way make geological layer interpretations of large AEM datasets.
|Sponsorship announcement - Universidad Simón Bolívar, Caracas, in Venezuela - Monday, October 1, 2018|
I-GIS will be providing a number of their hydrogeological software packages “GeoScene3D” to the department of Earth's Science at University Simón Bolívar (USB), Caracas, in Venezuela.
Professor Adrián Randon Gastaminza of Applied Geophysics and Subsurface Modeling will initially be using the software on a project to study the geomorphological origin of Valley of Sartenejas (where the campus is located) and prospecting it's groundwater resources and possible contamination for evaluating the use of it by the campus due to water supply problems.
Niels-Peter, CEO of I-GIS comments: “We are glad to be able to assist Professor Gastaminza and his team on their work on groundwater modelling and look forward to see our software implemented in Venezuela. GeoScene3D has been the default geological modelling software in Denmark for many years and is currently being used in many countries around the world. We are proud to add Venezuela to that list”.
|First Annual Western Groundwater Congress Sponsorship - Friday, September 7, 2018|
At I-GIS we are pleased to announce that we will be event co-sponsoring the First Annual Western Groundwater Congress in Sacramento, September 25-27, 2018.
The Western Groundwater Congress the new, “super-sized” annual conference, focusing on Western groundwater quality and groundwater resources. This three day long, four track event will boast world-class technical presentations on Contaminants, SGMA Legislation, Water Resources and other special topics.
Come by our exhibition booth and meet our representative Malene Bering. She will tell you about our SGMA compliant DMS “GeoSuite” and HCM modelling tool GeoScene3D.
For more info about this event please go to: https://www.grac.org/events/151/
|Welcome to our new employee, Morten Back Nielsen - Monday, August 27, 2018|
As of 1. June 2018 Morten Back Nielsen started as a software developer at I•GIS.
Morten is a computer scientist with a master degree from the University of Aalborg. Previously, Morten has worked with software development for mobile robots, and GPS control of machines for agriculture and the construction industry.
We welcome Morten to our I•GIS team, where he will be working with software development and Machine Learning, especially in connection with our Agro projects.
|I-GIS are pleased to announce the completion of a successful reseller agreement with Black Light - Wednesday, August 1, 2018|
With almost 25 years of experience in the Geomatics and Geoinformatics business, Black Light is a senior Romanian company able to provide high quality solutions and services trusted by professionals worldwide.
Being responsible for Romania and neighboring countries, Black Light's solutions integrate sensors, software, specific know-how and customer workflows into intelligent information ecosystems that deliver actionable information.
Black Light has a sharp focus on information technologies that capture, measure, and visualize data used in broad range industries such as Geodesy, Geology, Surveying, Engineering, Mapping, GIS, Construction, Architecture, 3D laser scanning and visualization, Photogrammetry and much more.
“We are very pleased with the completion of this agreement and see Black Light as a strong partner and look forward to expanding our east European market further” says Niels-Peter, CEO at I-GIS
|Groundwater Sustainability Workshop and First Annual Sustainability Plan Preparation Workshop - Tuesday, May 22, 2018|
At I-GIS we are pleased to announce that we will be present at the Groundwater Sustainability Workshop and First Annual Sustainability Plan Preparation Workshop June 5-7 in Sacramento Ca.
As a Danish company with years of experience on developing groundwater mapping- and groundwater management -software for world-class professionals and the Danish EPA, we look forward to sharing our knowledge and skills in California.
I-GIS provides SGMA-compliant, custom tailored, software solutions required for GSP and HCM development, and look forward to meeting with Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs) in order to share our experiences from a 20 years of groundwater management in Denmark.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Scientific article on Multiple-Point Statistics in the internationally recognized journal, HESS - Monday, April 16, 2018|
As part of our ongoing effort to develop methods and workflows allowing uncertainty to play a key role in the geological modelling framework, I•GIS has in collaboration with the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), the Illinois State Geological Survey, the University of Copenhagen, and the University of Cagliari participated in a study seeking to develop an effective workflow for incorporating a diverse group of geological and geophysical data in combination with geologically realistic 3D training images using Multiple-Point Statistical (MPS) simulation.
The results are published in the journal Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences (HESS) and the paper entitled Multiple-Point Statistical simulation for hydrogeological models: 3-D training image development and conditioning strategies can be downloaded here
|We are happy to announce two new employees at I-GIS - Monday, March 5, 2018|
In December Thomas Bager Rasmussen started with I-GIS. He will work as a consultant with data processing and various tasks in GeoScene3 and GeoCloud. Thomas holds a M.Sc. Degree in Geophysics from the University of Aarhus.
In February Casper Mejer, M.Sc. in Geology, joined our GeoScene3D team. He has a history of working with SRK as a consultant in mineral exploration and with the Danish Agency for Water and Nature Management, SVANA, in the groundwater mapping department. Casper will be responsible for our export activities, with a special focus on the United States.
At I-GIS we welcome Thomas and Casper to our team.
|Short course at SAGEEP, Nashville: From AEM data to 3D hydrogeological conceptual model - Friday, January 26, 2018|From AEM data to 3D hydrogeological conceptual model - Learn how and why.
Meet us at SAGEEP, Nashville:
Thursday March 29, 2018
SC-4: From AEM data to 3D hydrogeological conceptual model
Course Provider: I•GIS
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Groundwater mapping and hydrogeological conceptual modelling, using AEM data is a “hot topic”. The GeoScene3D Team at IGIS is a part of the Danish suite of technical solution providers in this area, and has a deep expertise and experience... see more at
|GRACast: Lessons Learned From 20 Years of 3D Hydrogeological Conceptual Model Building in Denmark - Friday, January 26, 2018|Join in on our Webinar on Hydrogeological Conceptual Model Building in Denmark. We both look backwards on lessons learned, and look at how Machine Learning and Data analysis potentially will affect the way hydrogeological modellig will be done in the future.
|GeoViden: The city and its underground - location, development, climate change and urban geology - Friday, January 26, 2018|GEUS, in collaboration with I•GIS, TNO and NGU, has published an exciting article about the city and its subsoil. The article describes the need for knowledge about the subsoil of urban areas in urban development, climate, groundwater, surface water, geology and much more. Among other things, the article deals with some of the possibilities for handling geological and urban structures in the subsoil, such as conduits, road boxes, basements, etc., and their implementation in 3D geological city models - a model work done in GeoScene3D.
The article can be downloaded here: http://geocenter.dk/xpdf/geoviden-4-2017.pdf
|Groundwater Resources Association of California - Friday, December 1, 2017|
Upcoming event: Wednesday, December 13th 2017 at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
GRACast: Lessons learned from 20 years of 3D hydrogeological conceptual model building in Denmark as part of the Danish SGMA
Read more and sign up here
|I•GIS at Grundvattendagarna, Uppsala - Tuesday, October 31, 2017|
Again this year, the GeoScene3D team will be participating at the Swedish “Grundvattendagarna”, on November 7 - 8. in Uppsala, Sweden.
We have two presentations this year, demonstrating automated modelling on Swedish AEM data and giving an overview of 20 years of hydrogeological modelling in Denmark.
If you are in the area, contact us to arrange a meeting. See you in Uppsala!
|I•GIS holds course in Geological Modeling at GSA, Seattle - Friday, September 22, 2017|
The course focuses on the process of creating a 3D hydrogeological layer model, from data to final model. The course is aimed at people working with geology and groundwater. Focus is the geological model.
The course is on Friday, October 20. 2017. For more information read here GSA - Geological Modeling Course (course no. 501) or contact geologist Tom Pallesen at I•GIS, email email@example.com
|GSA Conference in Seattle, USA - Friday, September 22, 2017|
When attending the GSA Conference in Seattle in October, I•GIS is represented by geologist Tom Pallesen. Come and visit us at booth 308 and have an online demonstration of our GeoScene3D software.
Prior to the conference, on Friday, I•GIS holds a course in geological modeling – from data to model.
See full course description here:
You're welcome to sign up!
|26th Groundwater Resources Association Annual Meeting, California - Friday, September 22, 2017|
The GeoScene3D Team is presenting and exhibiting at the GRA 2017 meeting in Sacramento on October, 3. - 4. Look us up in the exhibition hall, and stop by our presentation Wednesday morning at 9:00. We are there the whole week and are good for meetings, on and off conference. See you in California!
|Water Level Maps for VCS Denmark - Thursday, September 21, 2017|
I•GIS and VCS Denmark (a big water and waste water company) create a number of water level maps for the municipalities of Odense and Nordfyn.
The maps include aquifer specific water level maps based on existing hydrostratigraphical models (two regional aquifers) and water level maps defining the unsaturated zone. For the latter different scenarios are calculated (water level summertime, wintertime, mean level over time etc.).
The aquifer specific maps will be used for planning of future ground water abstraction, whereas the unsaturated zone will be used for climate related decisions (e.g. potential for recharge of surface water) and identifying sections of sewer pipes lying below ground water level and therefore represent a risk of infiltration of groundwater.
Do you want to know more? Please contact geologist Tom Pallesen, email firstname.lastname@example.org
|New Employee - Monday, September 4, 2017|
Patrick Hermansen joined our team on August 14. 2017. He helds an AP Degree in Computer Science and will primarily be working on further development of our various web solutions.
|Near Surface GeoScience 2017 coming up soon - Monday, August 14, 2017|
Visit us in booth #4 and see all the new and upcoming features in GeoScene3D and GeoCloud, including new report export of crossections, clustering of AEM data, Smart Interpretation and more.
See you in Malmö!
|Mats Lundh Gulbrandsen employed as Industrial Postdoc - Thursday, June 15, 2017|
Mats holds a PhD degree in Geophysics from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen. With funding from Innovation Fund Denmark he now commenced the Industrial Postdoc titled ”Probabilistic analysis and mining of geodata (PLANNING)”, in collaboration with the Geological Survey of Sweden. Mats will do research on how statistical methods and Machine Learning Techniques may be used in mapping areas with quick clay.
We appreciate the continuation of having Mats in our team!
|New GeoScene3D Release! - Monday, April 24, 2017|
We are happy to announce that we have released a new version of GeoScene3D just now.
For more information and download, visit our download page.
The GeoScene3D development team.
|SUB-URBAN - Geology in Cities - Friday, March 24, 2017|
For the last 3 years I•GIS has been part of the SUB-URBAN network - a European network of Geological Surveys, Cities and Research Partners working together to improve management of the ground beneath our cities. This initiative has now resolved in a Toolbox, an online collection on good practices and tools in order to address different issues.
At I•GIS and the GeoScene3D team, we proudly acknowledge being mentioned throughout the toolbox, as having the tools to manage urban modelling.
For more information on the Sub-Urban network read here
Check out the Toolbox here
|Smart Interpretation - published in Computational Geosciences - Friday, March 24, 2017|
The theoretical paper concerning the mathematical theory and methodology behind Geoscene3D's auto picker functionality - Smart Interpretation - has now been published in the journal Computational Geosciences and can be read here
|SAGEEP 2017 in Denver - Meet Our Team at Booth No. 31 - Tuesday, March 21, 2017|
I•GIS is attending SAGEEP 2017 in Denver. You can find us at booth no. 31. We look forward to seeing you.
|SUB-URBAN Final Conference in Bucharest, 13-16th March 2017 - Monday, February 20, 2017|
I•GIS has an involvement with the COST SUBURBAN project, an EU project on urban geology. I•GIS participates with posts on the GeoScene3D software for modeling of 3D urban geological models.
|Project Recruitment: Mats Lundh Gulbrandsen. PhD. Geophysics - Monday, February 20, 2017|
Through the ERGO project, co-ordinated by I-GIS and partially funded by the Innovation Fund Denmark, Mats has been working with Machine Learning Techniques and will he continue playing an important role in the further development of this business area at I-GIS.
Mats just recently completed his PhD. at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen.
|Project Recruitment: Helle Møller Holm, Cand. Scient Geophysics - Monday, February 20, 2017|
Helle is educated at the University of Aarhus, Department of Geoscience. She will be working with various tasks at I • GIS, primarily with the GeoScene3D software and related services.
|3D Hydrogeological modeling short course at SAGEEP/NGWA meeting in Denver - Tuesday, January 31, 2017|
If you find yourself in Denver for the annual SAGEEP/NGWA meeting in March, please join us on Sunday’s Short Course on 3D Hydrogeological modeling.
See full description on the SAGEEP homepage
|GeoScene3D course at Swedish geological survey in Uppsala - Wednesday, November 23, 2016|The GeoScene3D team is conducting a two day GeoScene3D course at Swedish Geological Survey in Uppsala. Welcome to our course participants.
|Welcome at the Near Surface Geoscience 2016, Barcelona - Monday, September 5, 2016|
The GeoScene3D team is ready at the Near Surface Geoscience 2016 in Barcelona. Stop by and share your ideas on 3D Geological modelling.
|Meet us at the Near Surface Geoscience 2016 meeting in Barcelona - Thursday, August 18, 2016|
Lookup the GeoScene3D team at booth #22 at the Near Surface Geoscience 2016 in Barcelona, Spain September 4-8. See the new modules for GeoScene3D, including fast layer interpretation of AEM data using AI techniques and voxel modelling using Multiple Point Statistics, integrating geological knowledge and measured data.
|SVANA signed 5-year contract on GeoScene3D - Friday, June 24, 2016|
The Danish Agency for Water and Nature Management, SVANA, and I•GIS have signed a contract covering maintenance of GeoScene3D licenses to all groundwater employees, development of new tools supporting present and coming tasks around groundwater mapping in Denmark and facilitate access to results.
The contract remains valid until end of 2020.
|Complete hydrostratigraphical model for the Municipality of Tønder, Denmark - Friday, June 24, 2016|
With joined forces I•GIS and Toender Kommune have merged a number of existing geological models in the municipality into just one hydrostratigraphical model. All the models have been individually evaluated and categorized to meet the application in the complete model and therefore geological interpretations have been made where those were not available or needed revision.
The complete model is based on the latest results coming from several subareas and integrated into just one single model. Thereby the municipality has achieved a consistent level of quality and updated database as a basis for decision-making on geological- and groundwater matters.
Local authorities have easy access to the model from any location through I•GIS’ GeoCloud platform with a free GeoScene3D Viewer accessible from any location.
For further information, please contact Tom Martlev Pallesen, email@example.com
|Smart Interpretation of AEM data and SGU - Friday, May 13, 2016|
We have just successfully completed a 2-day course onsite at SGU, Swedish Geological Survey, in Lund, Sweden as part of the GOMILLA project. The project enables building of local skills on 3D geological modelling, and is a great way for us to acquire user feedback on “Smart Interpretation” – the new and groundbreaking auto-picker for AEM data. We thank SGU and the Swedish geoscientists for their participation, enthusiasm and very helpful feedback, and are thrilled on the prospects of the new methods to be used on the 8, new regional scale AEM surveys on Gotland. We look forward to the very promising work we have ahead on the project and seeing the results.
If you are interested in learning more about “Smart Interpretation”, and the possibilities for participating in the GOMILLA project.
|Meet the GeoScene3D team at SAGEEP 2016 - Wednesday, March 2, 2016|
GeoScene3D Team at I•GIS is exhibiting at the SAGEEP meeting, March 20-24 in Denver, Colorado. Visit us in booth #9 and let us know how you work with 3D geology.
|New website - Wednesday, February 3, 2016|
Welcome to our new website. We hope this new website will provide you with all the information about GeoScene3D and our related products. Should you have more questions feel free to get in touch.