Everyday experts are working globally to understand and protect our environment while a growing population demands constant expansion of infrastructure. To support these investigations and developments, Guideline Geo produces non-destructive solutions designed for many different geophysical projects around the world – solutions ranging from subsurface mapping for utilities and archaeological remains to identifying new mineral deposits and lifesaving supplies of water.
Learn more about what we do within our main focus areas – water, minerals, infrastructure and environment
ABEM and MALÅ, experts in their separate fields, decided to join forces and become one company operating under the name of Guideline Geo. Thanks to their innovative solutions and broad product range it is now possible to conduct comprehensive non-destructive surveys by subsurface mapping from near-surface to depth using equipment from just one provider – surveys that are important for understanding and protecting our ever-evolving planet.
Every day our world-wide customers are finding groundwater, mapping and monitoring contamination, and conducting projects within roadwork and tunnel investigations. Thanks to our instruments this can be done without the need for drilling, digging, or other slow, costly, and potentially damaging techniques.
The merger into Guideline Geo has resulted in one strong company with enough resources to give our customers complete geophysical solutions – ranging from advanced instruments to the necessary processing and visualization software.
Find out more about ABEM and MALÅ’s history here
Today, Guideline Geo | ABEM | MALÅ are involved in projects in more than 100 countries.
Our subsurface mapping techniques have for example helped to locate ancient ruins, mapping the spread of threatening contamination and expanding roads without damaging the surrounding environment.
A GPR-system was used to address the distribution of ash layers after a recently erupted volcano.
The same GPR-unit was also used to further investigate the volcano’s internal structure to learn more about its dynamics.
Finding the most appropriate method for investigating bedrock quality.
Extending a subway-line through a marine environment comes with many challenges. One is finding a method that can handle potential gas pockets.
Permafrost melting in the Antarctic puts science center in jeopardy. The ABEM Terrameter LS was on site to perform geophysical investigations.Learn more