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The way into fiber optics, IESE develops first fiber optic deep borehole sensor!

IESE just started a new Research and Development project, with the help of a NZ’s Callaghan Innovation grant. The end product will be a new borehole sonde, using fiber optic sensors integrated into our current NZ manufactured instrumentation range. This new sonde will allow for… Continue reading

Expansion to the IESE team

We are excited to announce the addition of Benjamin Boland to our team of seismic experts. Benjamin specialises in seismological methods including tomographic shear wave velocity inversion, ambient noise seismology methods, ambient noise cross-correlations, and dispersion curve measurements. Benajamin’s unique expertise helps to further bolster… Continue reading

BOREHOLE SEISMOMETERS: WHAT MATTERS?

The first key consideration for a seismometer is the frequency response. Typically, a lower frequency response is better for natural seismicity / larger earthquakes, while higher frequency responses are required for induced seismicity / microearthquakes. The majority of the sondes that we manufacture are gimballed… Continue reading

Recent field experience in Mexico

Our staff Peter and Michael were in Mexico for 8 weeks of Geothermal exploration work. This media article “Mexican Trip makes for seismic experience” shares their experiences.  

IESE in the Media

Check out these media articles! Kiwi company makes global mark and  Analysis company IESE Ltd turns a profit in private hands.

First Quarter under the Belt for the New IESE

We have just closed our First Quarter as the new IESE, and are extremely proud of the accomplishments of our integrated team. So far, we have project wins in Mexico, Japan, Germany, Indonesia and New Zealand. We have exceeded all our expectations so far, and… Continue reading

Metry becomes IESE

After months of work, we are extremely proud to announce the formation of International Earth Sciences IESE Ltd – trading as “IESE”. IESE combines the knowledge and expertise of 11 professionals, including seismologists, geophysicists, earth scientists, and data management & telemetry specialists. Our specializations include:… Continue reading

A New Way of Connecting Remotely

Our standard method of establishing communications between a remote site and our servers has been to use a VPN-enabled modem. This has fitted in well with our goal of taking the “network into the field” (Having our network extended to remote sites has huge advantages… Continue reading

…and Metry Grows Again

We are very happy to announce the arrival of Nish Rabeendran to join our team. Nish’s specialities are in fibre-optics, and will help us to realize our goal of becoming a centre-of-excellence in the use of fibre-optic sensors for geotechnical and structural monitoring. His email… Continue reading

Metry Grows!

We are very happy to be able to announce that we have a few new people with us, as we head into the last quarter… Nakul Kapoor (nakul_kapoor@metry.co.nz) joined us a month or so ago; Nakul is a physicist and has been helping us on… Continue reading