Technological innovation is at the heart of Geovariances’ strategy. As a global leader in applied geostatistics, we are committed to providing you with and further developing cutting-edge technology. To refine our solutions, we offer innovations through research consortia and programs in partnership with renowned international public or private companies.
Our exclusive R&D agreement with Mines ParisTech Geostatistics Group provides us with the unique capacity to solve technical problems that need new and innovative theoretical developments.
SPDE for boosting simulation performances
SPDE is a two-year R&D consortium aiming at developing a new engine for estimation and simulation adapted to the specific context of Mineral Resource Estimation that will offer a quantum leap in performance. The key ingredient to allow that quantum leap is based on solving Stochastic Partial Derivative Equations, hence the name given.
R&D Consortium on Depth Conversion and Uncertainties
The consortium on Depth Conversion and Uncertainties is a 3-year R&D program that started late 2015 with the aim of developing a new software solution dedicated to depth conversion for the oil and gas industry.
Horizon 2020 Project Real-Time Mining
The project aim is to develop a real-time framework to decrease environmental impact and increase resource efficiency in the European raw material extraction industry. Geovariances, one of the 13 partners involved in the project, will inject its comprehensive geostatistical expertise on the various multivariate techniques of data integration.
Horizon 2020 – INSIDER
Geovariances is partner of the Horizon 2020 INSIDER project, the objective of which is to build guidelines for more accurate initial estimation of contaminated materials, resulting waste volumes and timely planning. Geovariances is particularly involved in a work project about sampling strategy implying a comparative study of geostatistical data processing on 3 European application cases.
Our completed R&D projects
Our close and long-term collaboration with Mines ParisTech has resulted in several successful mining research consortia over the years.