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MFB-GeoConsulting GmbH Flag from CH

MFB-GeoConsulting is specializing in “Solutions in Geographic Imaging” for optical and radar earth observation, i.e. the company’s services do cover a complete range of services including: a) distribution of earth observation data (contracts with most of the satellite operators) b) distribution of software for image processing, photogrammetry and 3-D visualizations (exclusive distribution for Leica Geosystems in Switzerland) and 3-D hardware components c) project management and realization d) training and education (lecturing at Universities). Depending on the customer’s project, we offer project- and customer-adapted solutions.Furthermore, the integration and interfacing of image and auxiliary geo data with geographic information and database management systems including the data transmission (field-to-office) is one of the strength of MFB-Geo. This includes the transfer of data from/to almost any raster and vector format.


Website www.mfb-geo.com
Head Office Location Switzerland
Address Hauptstrasse 17, 3254 Messen, Switzerland
Telephone +41-31-765 5063
Main area of activities
  • Consultancy (studies / analyses which are not VA services and other support activities)
  • Downstream / GIS services (main business not in EO but using satellite data)
  • Hardware/software
  • Value adding services (company uses satellite data to generate products)
Name Baumgartner, Michael
Position title Managing Director
Telephone
Email baumgartner@mfb-geo.com
EOservice Description Service Type Market
Software

SW-Solutions by Leica Geosystems GIS & Mapping Division (LGGM) include: Image processing, Photogr…

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Map geological features Monitor high risk areas Assess changes to urban and rural areas
  • Education, training and research
training Solution

The “Solutions in Geographic Imaging”-Concept provides problem related solutions/applications for…

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Map geological features Monitor high risk areas Assess changes to urban and rural areas
  • Education, training and research