Nicosia, 9 March 2021:
We are very pleased to announce the mutual agreement of GEM Systems Canada and Symetrics for the representation of GEM magnetic systems in Greece and Cyprus. With more than three decades in the research and development of equipment for geophysical exploration, GEM is also known for its service and support – featuring knowledgeable magnetics professionals and the industry-leading three-year warranty program
Nicosia, 2 February 2021:
We have for sale a Palm XT antenna which is almost unused and a Linetrac XT. Selling both for 5,550$ including shipment worldwide. These will only work with a GSSI StructureScan Mini XT.
Nicosia, 28 December 2020:
We are very proud to announce we have a new representative in Saudi Arabia. Symetrics and GeoTech have signed an agreement of representation for products and services. Geotech is located in Riyadh and is a registered member of Chamber of Commerce and Industries in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Geotech provides state-of-the-art solutions based on leading industry methodologies and frameworks with business structures spread in the areas of Geographical Information System (GIS), Remote Sensing, Land Survey, and Environmental Management. #news
Nicosia, 16 December 2020:
Symetrics is very proud to announce that it has been certified for its quality system with ISO 9001 by TUV Cyprus. #Quality
Nicosia, 25 November 2020:
Symetrics is very proud to announce that it has been awarded the third prize for Innovation in Global Security, by the Geneva Centre for Security Policy. Such recognition encourages us to do more for a safer environment worldwide. Thank you!
Nicosia, 25 October 2020:
Symetrics announces the cooperation with the UK company CST Instruments. Both companies have a common commitment to revolutionize the method of testing cement and concrete, as construction projects become more important to developing countries worldwide.
As a team, we are determined to introduce new innovative ideas and products that assist in accelerating the test of the strength of cement and concrete products to the construction industry.
Nicosia, 30 September 2020: We are very proud to announce that Symetrics Geophysical and NDT has been one of the ten teams invited in CyEC Acceleration Program.
For the Cyprus Entrepreneurship Competition 2020, 34 applications were submitted. All submissions were evaluated by the CyEC Jury (Panel of Judges) on their merits in developing successful businesses in the marketplace.
The Cyprus Entrepreneurship Competition 2020 aspires to nurture an entrepreneurial culture among - scientists, startup founders, and hi-tech entrepreneurs, and challenge them to transform their ideas into real business opportunities and to the leading companies of tomorrow. The CyEC Organizing committee and the CyEC partners network aim at the development, quality improvement and promotion of the Cyprus Entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Nicosia, 4 September 2020: We are very proud to announce that Symetrics Geophysical and NDT has been awarded a Certificate of Innovative Enterprise by the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy of Cyprus.
The certificate is issued as a support tool for the usage of tax incentives for natural persons investing in an innovative small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) either directly or indirectly through an investment fund or through an alternative trading platform for venture capital investment, in the context of the expansion of the legislation that amends the Taxation Law.
You can read more about the tax incentives of possible investors in our company.
Nicosia, 1 August 2020: We are very happy to announce that Symetrics Geophysical and NDT has been selected in the top-3 Startup companies during the Pitch Competition. The initiative was organized by Invest Cyprus and the Ministry of Finance of the United Arab Emirates. # news
Nicosia, 16 June 2020:
Symetrics is very proud to announce the participation as a committee member representing Cyprus at the COST action CA19145 " European Network for assuring food integrity using non-destructive spectral sensors". # news
The project will try to fill the needs of the food industry, to provide information on their products in order to satisfy quality standards and to protect their products from food fraud. Recent developments in technology, and advances in big data analytics, provide the opportunity for step-changes that can transform the role of food integrity assurance from one of just strictly conformance to one that addresses a wide range of business critical concerns, including quality, safety and authenticity solutions. Non-destructive Spectroscopic Sensors (NDSS), such as NIR Spectroscopy, Fluorescence, Raman or Hyperspectral imaging, enable rapid, non-destructive and environmentally-safe assessment of multiple parameters in a variety of food products.
Nicosia, 5 June 2020:
We are happy to announce a new contract with Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.o.o, for the supply of non-destructive equipment for location and mapping of subsurface utilities. Symetrics is committed to empower utility mapping by providing the best fitted, custom-made solutions for our customers. If you want to learn more about our solutions for underground utilities mapping please let us know.
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Nicosia, 1 June 2020:
Symetrics is very pleased to announce its participation at the SAGA, a COST funded project. The ‘Soil science & Archaeo-Geophysics Alliance: going beyond prospection’ (SAGA) is a new interdisciplinary network of scientists. During the next four years SAGA will develop, promote and facilitate research activities bringing together archaeo-geophysics and soil science with the overall goal of maximizing interpretation of proxy data for archaeological purposes.
The network and related activities are funded by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) and the grant is administrated by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). SAGA is coordinated by a Management Committee (MC) currently composed of 87 experts from 34 countries and integrates experts working in industry, management and academia.