San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2014
Geometrics today announced their participation in the upcoming American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting this week to be held at the Moscone Center. AGU’s mission is to promote discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. Geometrics supports this objective and will showcase new technology and products within their ElectroMagnetic, Magnetometer and Seismic product lines located at Booth #2306. Additionally, Geometrics will be expanding their Academic Outreach programs with new scholarship programs and opportunities supporting Field Camps scheduled with leading Geosciences curriculums at multiple Universities across this country.
AGU brings together a community of worldwide scientists from varying sectors to collaborate and advance studies to ensure a sustainable future. Geometrics will showcase their world-class leading technologies in the Geosciences field and be promoting their continued investment in the future; enhancing Academic Outreach programs with technology support and scholarship awards.
Dr. Mark Prouty, President of Geometrics said, "The opportunity to participate with the Fall Meeting with AGU is a unique scenario which we are proud to support. Attendance at this event will allow our technology team to interact, inform and update leading scientists worldwide on the products offered by Geometrics."
Dr. Gretchen Schmauder, Manager of Customer Services of Geometrics said, "We use this opportunity to meet with many leading University Professors attending AGU to increase awareness of Geometrics Scholarship Programs awarded to aspiring Geoscience students each year. Additionally, Geometrics provides technology and support programs for their upcoming Field Camps."
Geometrics is the world leader in commercial Geoscience applications. Geometrics electromagnetic, magnetometer and seismic technologies are used in archaeology, geological surveys, seabed mapping, underground utility location and unexploded ordnance detection. Learn more at http://www.geometrics.com