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Prof. Gruen becomes Advisor of PASCO

  03/06/2010
Prof. Emeritus Dr. Armin Gruen has recently become the Advisor of PASCO Corporation, a Tokyo-based leading company providing services in the surveying, measurement and digital mapping and geospatial information services in Japan and globally. Prof. Gruen has served academic top positions at universities, institutions, received prestigious awards and is currently engaged focusing his activities at the Institute of Conservation and Building Research ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

Prof. Dr. GruenTaking this new designation, Prof. Gruen will offer his expertise and guidance to benefit PASCO for its advanced photogrammetric and 3D related geospatial services to provide the clients with the value added information for achieving their expectations through highly automated data processing and customisation.

 

 


Read more about:  geospatial  mapping  photogrammetric  3D 
Supplier: PASCO Corporation

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