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Q&A with Bert Meuleman, GeoSLAM Belgium dealer

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GeoSLAM goes North with new dealer in Iceland

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Autonomous Mapping in Harsh and Hostile Environments

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GeoSLAM Partners with Microsol Resources

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GeoSLAM helps leading media company Zien24 revolutionise their digital workflow

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New partnership for GeoSLAM and NORMET

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Senior Promotion to bolster GeoSLAM growth

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Home renovation made easy with the ZEB Family

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GEO Business and SPAR 3D Expo: A tale of two events

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Getting to know you: Abhishek Bhartiya

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GeoSLAM expands service centre in France with Geomesure

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Safe, fast data capture with ZEB REVO on waste management project

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The Dos and Don’ts of Aerial Surveying

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Experience Strongest Ever SLAM with our upgrade campaign

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GeoSLAM responds to the Geospatial Commission

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Attracting and Retaining the Next Generation of Talent

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Global expansion on the horizon for GeoSLAM

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GeoSLAM feature on NatWest Business Hub

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GeoSLAM Welcomes CSIRO Visitors to UK HQ

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GeoSLAM providing inspiration in maths

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GeoSLAM mobile technology features in Science Channel Series in the US

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GeoSLAM launches new ZEB-HORIZON 3D Mobile Scanner

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GeoSLAM Launches Game-Changing Technology in the UK during Digital Construction Week

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Importance of safety berms at dump sites

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KTP Case Study: Predictive Monitoring of Rail Infrastructure

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Scanning through wire mesh with SITEMONITOR LIVE

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PROCESSMONITOR LIVE shotlisted for Tunnelling Award!

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Automated Stockpile Volume Monitoring

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3D Laser Mapping & GeoSLAM Global Merger Announced

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GeoSLAM’s CSR Strategy to Promote Students’ English Skills

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The benefits of measuring Shotcrete during application

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GeoSLAM to Demo Fast, Easy and Versatile 3D Mobile Laser Scanning at 2018 SPAR3D Conference

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GeoSLAM to showcase the Future of Construction at Geo Business 2018

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GeoSLAM take Geoterra to new heights with ContextCapture Solution from Bentley

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GeoSLAM announces distribution agreement with Cansel in Canada

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GeoSLAM and Corporate Social Responsibility

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GeoSLAM Academy Events prove a hit with customers

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Quickly and Safely Mapping our Underground World

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GeoSLAM announces UK distributor agreement with KOREC

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GeoSLAM celebrates 5 years in business with new HQ, record growth

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GeoSLAM Launch Time & Cost Saving 3D Mobile Laser Scanners at Dallas Fall BIM Forum 2017

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GeoSLAM and Bentley Systems join forces to take mobile reality modelling indoors

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GeoSLAM Changing The Economics of 3D Laser Scanning with new product launches at INTERGEO

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Verity – GeoSLAM Collaboration Advances Real-Time Construction Quality Management

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Reducing Scanning Time of Historic Sites from Weeks to Hours

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Record Six Months for GeoSLAM Thanks to Boom in Digital Engineering

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GeoSLAM Unveils Predictions for Engineering’s Digital Future

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University Challenge: To Deliver Rapid 3D Results in Half the Time

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GeoSLAM Global Network Expands Both East and West

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GeoSLAM to feature in upcoming BBC Show Countryfile

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Making Forest Surveys a Walk in the Park

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GeoSLAM signs up Seiler Instrument for Midwest USA Distribution

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GeoSLAM Expands Far East Operations with New Distributors

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GeoSLAM Announces Real-Time Upgrade For ZEB-REVO

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Danish Distributor Attends Annual Surveying Congress

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GeoSLAM Scores Top Marks at Century Old School

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Rapid Mobile Scanning for As Built Building Surveys

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Taking care to save costs and minimise disruption without compromising accuracy

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The Future of Hazardous Unmanned Mobile Mapping

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GeoSLAM Launches Zeb Cam for Zeb Revo

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GeoSLAM and Blackdog Robotics sign partnership agreement to supply unmanned mobile indoor mapping solutions

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GeoSLAM Zeb Revo Shortlisted for Wichmann Awards

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ZEB1 makes history, mapping Brei Holm for BBC’s ‘Coast’

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OPTRON Appointed as GeoSLAM Dealer for Sub Saharan Africa

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GeoSLAM Announces Global Distribution Agreement for 3D Reshaper & PointCab

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Laser Scanning the Rising Star Cave in the Cradle of Humankind, South Africa

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Engineering results ten times faster than traditional survey methods

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Marketing Intern Interview

As part of the CSR strategy we are continuing to engage with Universities to develop meaningful partnerships. Some of our work has included joint research projects, a leadership course for two of our recent graduates and help to develop undergraduate employability skills through providing HR expertise around interview skills. Another great success has been employing Interns from Nottingham University.

From June to August 2018 Marina Ivanow was an intern in the marketing team at GeoSLAM. Marina is about to enter her third year of a BSc in Finance, Accountancy and Management. Before embarking on this she completed a year of a degree in Architecture.

What attracted you to the internship at GeoSLAM?

When choosing which internship to apply to out of those offered as part of the Nottingham University Internship Scheme, GeoSLAM offered the most diverse and interesting role in terms of what I would be doing in the 10 weeks. I was looking for an internship where I wouldn’t be sat at a desk all day doing exactly the same task over and over again. The role offered by GeoSLAM had the biggest range of tasks from any of the other internship I had looked at. The advert gave me the impression that I would be doing things which would affect and make a difference in the company rather than being just an intern.

What did you enjoy about the internship?

I really enjoyed being able to gain new skills and develop others further. In particular, using Adobe Suite for designing and editing different marketing materials. I had used these programs in the past for my A-levels but being able to use them professionally made these previous skills seem so much more valuable.

During my time with GeoSLAM they merged with their sister company 3DLM and I really enjoyed the experience. Although it was very disorientating at the start, I feel that the company is even more focused on the longer term and there are so many exciting things planned for the development of GeoSLAM.

What advice would you give anyone planning on doing an internship?

I would say do not give up. I was told to stop applying and that I wouldn’t get an internship as I had no idea what I wanted to do. This is completely wrong.

There is a lot of pressure to apply for the huge companies with extremely long and difficult application processes. I believe that applying through the Nottingham University Internship Scheme and working for a company where you can truly be part of a team and make a difference is much more of a valuable experience. Do the internship you want to do, not just because it looks good on paper.

What did you think about GeoSLAM?

GeoSLAM really is a young, vibrant and fast-growing company. Stuart had told me during my interview that no day would be the same and he was right. There is so much going on all the time -but not in an overwhelming way – I find it motivating that there is so much ambition. I am sad to be leaving as I have worked a towards INTERGEO and other events which I won’t be able to see through, but I will be keeping up with GeoSLAM on social media – I know they will do brilliantly! I believe this company has a long, bright journey ahead and I am proud to have been a small part of it.

How did the experience benefit your career plans?

The experience helped me understand more about the structure of a business but most importantly that to be successful, people must be prepared to get stuck in and contribute to the team. Everyone has a positive, ‘can do’ attitude which has created a really exciting and vibrant culture to work in which has inspired me!

I am still unsure about which sector/department I would like to go from here, but it is much clearer now that I have worked at GeoSLAM. Being able to speak to professionals about my interests and long-term plans has helped a lot. Hearing about their experiences has given me guidance and reassurance about the future. This experience will benefit my future career because it has helped me see aspects of what I would like to do in my future career. This has been through tasks that I have thoroughly enjoyed, usually design based and therefore I will look to end up in a profession where I can do these regularly.