Central aim of organisation
Software applications for geology and related fields (research & commercial)
Briefly describe your organisation
TerraMath was founded in 2003 and is now located in Lower Austria / Austria.
We focus on the development of software and algorithms for customers in the field of geology / earth sciences.
Our customers are universities, geological surveys, exploration and engineering companies.
Numerical modelling, database, 3D Visualization, AutoCAD based software and server software are some of our strong points in software development. We sell ready to use applications like WinGeol & SedTec (GIS, numerical modelling) or create custom software packages.
Services (GIS, Remote Sensing, GPS)
TerraMath provides services in the fields of Remote Sensing and GIS for mapping and exploration (structural and lithological analysis). We are experienced in handling all kind of remote sensing data like visual, infrared, RADAR, multi & hyperspectral datasets.
Research & Development
| - ICT Applications for Tourism |
- Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
- ICT Application for Environment Management
- Industrial Application
- Virtual and Augmented Reality
- Computer Graphics
- Video Processing
| - Pattern Processing |
- Databases, Database Management
- Software Engineering and Testing
- Internet Technologies
- Artificial Intelligence
- Sensor Technology
- Data Mining
- Satellite Technologies
My organisation has been involved in projects funded by the following EU-programmes
Austrian Research and Development Projects
Our research is in cooperation with universities, surveys and commercial enterprises in the fields of general geology, geomorphology, geothermal and exploration. In contrast to pure software developers we are able to give relevant input not only for the software design but for earth sciences related aspects as well. Our customers benefit from our experience gathered in national and international (mainly Asia) projects.
Geothermal adaptation of abandoned hydrocarbon infrastructure – an option for the oil industry to extend reservoir utilization into the area of renewable energy, Wolfgang Straka, Gregor Götzl, Leopold Bräuer, Robert FABER Karl Gollob, Piotr Lipiarski, Roman Markiewicz, Karl Ponweiser, Christian Schmid, Eva Wegerer, Godfrid Wessely, Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2010
Bali, Indonesia, 25-29 April 2010
Coupled geothermal – hydraulic 3D modeling of the Southern Vienna Basin. A state of the art decision planning tool for sustainable hydrothermal exploitation inside an environment of sensitive hydraulic circulation systems. Goetzl G., FABER R., Janda C., Schubert G. & Zekiri F., Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2010 Bali, Indonesia, 25-29 April 2010
Salcher, Bernhard C., FABER, Robert, Wagreich, Michael, Climate as main factor controlling the sequence development of two Pleistocene alluvial fans in the Vienna Basin (eastern Austria) - a numerical modelling approach, Geomorphology (2009), doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2009.06.030
Plan, L., Decker, K., FABER, R., WAGREICH, M. & GRASEMANN, B. (in press): Karst morphology and groundwater vulnerability of high alpine karst plateaus.- Environmental Geology, DOI 10.1007/s00254-008-1605-5
Hölzl, M., FABER, R.: DeCompactionTool: Software for subsidence analysis including statistical error quantification, Computers and Geosciences 34 (2008), pp. 1454-1460
Salcher, B.C., Wagreich, M., FABER, R. (2008): Response of rivers to late Pleistocene and Holocene climate change and subsidence, Southern Vienna Basin, eastern Austria by Salcher, B.C.; Wagreich, M.; Faber, R. Geophysical Research Abstracts
Meyer, M.C, FABER, R., Spötl, C.: The WinGeol Lamination Tool: new software for rapid, semi-automated analysis of laminated climate archives, The Holocene, Vol. 16, No. 5, 753-761 (2006)
FABER, R., Wagreich, M.: Modelling of topography and sedimentation along synsedimentary faults: WinGeol/SedTec, Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences Volume 97 60 - 66 Vienna 2005
Janda, C., FABER, R., Hager, C., Grasemann, B.: Automatic fault tracing of active faults in the Sutlej valley (NW-Himalayas, India), Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 5, 10334, 2003c, European Geophysical Society 2003
Inserted / Updated
2006-07-04 / 2009-07-28