GEOSYSTEMS HELLAS S.A. (GSH) is a member of GEOSYSTEMS EU GROUP Member (www.geosystems-group.eu and is acting commercially as an authorized reseller for Hexagon Geospatial and Hexagon Airborne solutions, and as a
consultant in Greece and Cyprus. GSH vision is to help organizations harness the information of the changing earth for greater advantage, by creating geospatial
business systems that transform Earth Observation data and state-of-the-art techniques into added value products and services. GSH is involved in commercial
and RnD projects upon the fields of: Remote Sensing, Photogrammetry, GIS applications, Big Data, Data Fusion and Data Analytics techniques, environmental
and land management monitoring, etc. GSH is currently active in several European, national and ESA funded projects.
The 5dMeteora project aims at the documentation and digitization of a part of the Archeological Site of Meteora. Particularly, the main study area consists of two rocks: the rock of St. Modestos and the rock of the Chain of Apostle Peter. At the top of both rocks, there are ruins of old Monasteries. Within this project, the Monastery of the St. Modestos is being digitally reconstructed; it is visualized both via the visualization system of the platform and through the Augmented Reality app.
The ARTEMIS project aims at creating a multi-parameter service for the processing and diffusion of satellite and other data on an online platform related to the quality, health and sustainable development of economic forests and specific chestnut forests. As a region of interest, we place the forests of Thessaly and specifically the area of the Municipality of Mouzaki.
EPIPELAGIC project focuses on coastal area monitoring and addresses RIS3 priority for “Centers of excellence for environmental studies-Environment & Sustainable Growth because of the Climate Change”. The main objective is to contribute to“mitigation and adaptation to climate change and natural disasters” by providing methodologies and tools using time series of Chinese Satellites (optical, SAR, Geodetical/ GPS-GNSS) in combination with European Satellite data and auxiliary data.