GAF AG maps Urban Areas globally in 3D

Over 75 cities and megacities worldwide are already mapped and many more will follow

Urban areas, especially in developing countries are the planning hot spots of the future. For the monitoring of urban development, to analyze urban structures and to accurately and efficiently plan urban infrastructure projects, the Tri-Stereo DSM data are very useful. Public authorities and industry clients are using these data and derived products already for their purposes.

GAF AG stellt seit einem Jahr mit großem Erfolg kommerzielle Satellitenbilddaten für ZKI-DE bereit

Die GAF AG blickt auf ein sehr erfolgreiches erstes Jahr der Kooperation mit dem Zentrum für satellitengestützte Kriseninformation (ZKI) des DLR zurück. In zahlreichen Notfall-Aktivierungen seit September 2014 konnte ein im 12/7/365-Modus verfügbares GAF-Team hochaktuelle Satellitenbilddaten für den vom Bundesministerium des Innern (BMI) ins Leben gerufenen nationalen ZKI-DE Dienst schnell und zuverlässig bereitstellen. Im Rahmen des GAF-Vortragsprogramms der Intergeo 2015 auf dem Stand C6.059 werden die Aktivitäten im Bereich der 12/7 und 24/7 Notfallkartierung vorgestellt.

Visit GAF AG and Partners at Intergeo 2015 at Stuttgart!

"GET INFORMED DIRECTLY" is the slogan being used this year on GAF's booth at the Intergeo 2015 trade fair being held in Stuttgart.

Together with our partners e-GEOS, European Space Imaging, BlackBridge and the Verband Runder Tisch GIS (RTG - GIS Round Table Association), the booth (no. C6.059 hall 6) will form again a central point of interest for satellite data, geo-information and associated services.

As last year we have a big presentation area integrated on our booth.

We and our partners would like to inform you directly about technical innovations / trends and developments. Our speakers and colleagues are looking forward to lively discussions on application-related questions with you!

Find the presentation schedule attached below.

We are looking forward to seeing you at Intergeo!

GAF AG and partners monitor changes at Natura2000 sites across Europe

As part of the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service’s local component, a European consortium headed by GAF AG is conducting a detailed assessment of land cover/land use changes at more than 750 European Natura2000 sites, on behalf of the European Environment Agency (EEA) and funded by the European Union.

GAF to implement its eMC+ electronic Mining Cadastre framework in Burkina Faso

GAF AG is pleased to announce the award of a contract to support the Ministry of Mines and Energy in Ouagadougou in establishing a new computerised mining cadastre and registry system in Burkina Faso.

The overall project objective is to improve governance in the mining sector by establishing a modern, web-based system for granting and managing mineral rights. The efficient, transparent, and reliable administration of such titles is considered to be a key factor in increasing growth and investment in the mining sector in Burkina Faso.

In practical terms, the project aims to:

GAF staff participates on panel during launch event of Sentinel 2a

Dr. Thomas Häusler, GAF key expert for forestry and climate change applications, has participated on high ranked panel discussing the impact of Sentinel 2 data.

Dr. Thomas Häusler, GAF key expert for forestry and climate change applications, has participated on high ranked panel discussing the impact of Sentinel 2 data during the ESA launch event at ESOC center in Darmstadt on 23.6.2015. Watch his explanations during the panel session (mid of video) under the following link: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Observing_the_Earth/Copernicus/Sentinel-2/Sentinel-2A_launch_event_at_ESOC

Gabon mining sector project awarded to GAF

GAF AG, Germany and its partner Sofreco, France, are pleased to announce the awarding of the “Renforcement des Capacités de l’ Administration des Mines" contract and the initiation of activities in Gabon. The client and beneficiary is the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Tourism in Gabon. The project has been launched as a response to Gabon’s request for assistance in developing its mineral sector.


The project addresses a challenging portfolio of activities in the field of geological and environmental mapping, mineral potential assessment and institutional strengthening. The key aspects include:

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