Satellite data with engineering insight

We help maximise the resilience of infrastructure and the built environment to climate change and heavier use through a combination of civil engineering, satellite remote sensing and GIS expertise. We offer non-disruptive monitoring of asset condition and susceptibility together with infrastructure asset management tools for the efficient operation and proactive maintenance of vital infrastructure.  

Our Services

Civil Engineering
Specialists in geotechnical engineering, geohazards, numerical analysis, soil-structure interaction, forensic engineering and the interpretation and validation of satellite data for civil engineering applications.
Satellite Remote Sensing
Specialists in displacement and soil moisture measurement with satellite radar data, geohazard susceptibility assessment and adapting satellite remote sensing resources to the needs of infrastructure, mining, energy and insurance stakeholders.
Geographic Information System
Developers of accessible, web-based Geographic Information System (GIS) platforms for the visualisation of infrastructure asset condition, satellite-derived data and geohazard susceptibility.



We’re helping to address the combined challenges of ageing infrastructure, increased use and climate change with accessible asset management tools.


We’re helping the mining industry to maximise productivity while still protecting local environments and avoiding costly infrastructure failures.


Our services to the Energy sector range from remote monitoring of operations and assets to heavy load out analysis and local support for the East Med gas fields.


We provide detailed, reliable information on the susceptibility of insured assets to geohazards as well as establishing the cause in a geohazard claim.

All our infrastructure asset condition and susceptibility data are displayed on our accessible EYEGIS™ platform that can be tailored to individual needs. 

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Richard Whitehead, Managing Director

Waterman Structures, London

Geofem regularly perform substructure finite element analyses to assist us in the design of major structural foundations. They have always provided high quality analysis and been very responsive to our demands in the fast-changing world of commercial development.

Chaido (Yuli) Doulala-Rigby, Chief Civil Engineer

Tensar International, UK

Geofem is working with us to develop new methods of modelling geogrid using finite element analysis, since existing methods significantly underpredict the performance of mechanically stabilised soil. Immediately they understood our needs and their work exceeded our expectations.

Batista Cardozo, Facility Manager

Drydocks World, Dubai

Geofem’s careful analysis of ground bearing areas and quay walls at Drydocks World-Dubai allowed us to increase safe working loads in critical areas and significantly improve the productivity of our yard.

Craig Brodie, Senior Project Manager

Luddon Construction, Glasgow

Geofem provided embankment settlement predictions for a range of geological scenarios, then measured the actual settlements by satellite to advise us that none of the pre-planned settlement mitigation measures were necessary.

Philip Brain, Senior Project Manager

Kiwa Gastec, UK

Geofem measured landfill settlement trends for the previous two years to help us assess a site’s suitability for development and then provided us with a concept design for a reinforced soil platform to mitigate those settlements.

Mike Dobie, Regional Manager

Tensar International, Indonesia

Geofem were able to provide wall displacement data going back several years that would otherwise have been very difficult and expensive to obtain by conventional means. They combined this with the construction phase in situ monitoring to provide a complete picture of wall performance.

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