8 June 2021
On the 29th of May, in Turkey, a drone show dedicated to Istanbul‘s Conquest Day took place. It was accompanied with live orchestral music and fireworks, and all the Turkish citizens could watch this sound and visual feast due to online broadcasting.
3 June 2021
Our company has launched a new development in the work — and now we are ready for space exploration! We are presenting you the Geoscan 1U and Geoscan 3U CubeSats.
The name is self-explanatory — the Geoscan 1U and Geoscan 3U CubeSats are in the shape of cube and rectangular parallelepiped with four or five solar panels. Remote sensing cameras, ship AIS receivers or small scientific instruments (GNSS receivers, cosmic ray detectors, instruments for biological experiments) can provide a useful payload.
6 April 2021
Closing 2021 Dubai World Cup, our team used Salute Pro during a light show.
Salute Pro (it carries a firecracker that can be lit up at the exact time) is based on Geoscan Salute that we use in our light shows. Our development engineers upgraded it so that the drone could tackle new tasks. The specialists paid attention not only to electronics and soft but also safety. They consulted with pyrotechnists to avoid mistakes.
19 September 2020
Geoscan specialists have climbed Mount Elbrus, the highest peak in Russia and Europe (5642 m). Four technicians led by the CEO went to the mountains not only to gain new experience and challenge themselves but also to make sure Geoscan vehicles work fine in highland conditions.
4 September 2020
We are happy to share our joy with everybody, especially with our colleagues and partners who helped us achieve it!
We only started two years ago. Back then we performed our first shows with several dozens of drones. It was quite challenging and encouraged us to move even further.
28 August 2020
We are excited to invite you to the brand new webinar by Geoscan Ltd featuring DroneSIG! On this webinar you‘ll get the chance to find out more about UAV technologies applicable in Africa, solutions for precision agriculture, usage of UAV-based magnetic surveying, and other applications. The webinars will be held in English.