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Geosat – Company for Exploration and Development Ltd




GEOSAT Ltd ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) was one of the first companyes devoted to applied remote sensing and GIS technologies to be established in Balkan countries. «GEOSAT» Croatia is a member of international Group of companies specialized in Environmental Information Systems, Earth Observation and Resource Management (Headoffice is in Wageningen, The Netherlands). Since GEOSAT foundation in 1992, it offering advanced high quality services in: Environmental monitoring and management, Natural resources inventories, Geology and mineral exploration. Agriculture-soil mapping and forestry, Ground water exploration, Geohazard mapping and monitoring (seismotectonic-earthquakes investigations), Terrain evaluation in general etc.

GEOSAT applied modern Geoinformation methods (remote sensing and GIS ) in conection with terrain data collection. GEOSAT is a member, among others, of Scientific Council of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, an

European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL).

GEOSAT with Croatian Academy was Organizer of 24th EARSeL Symposium in Dubrovnik 2004. GEOSAT, also was organizer, with Croatian Academy and Zadar University of: First International Conference on Remote Sensing Techniques in «Disaster Management and Emergency Response in the Mediterranian Region» in Zadar-Croatia 2008.

Key Personnel Involved


Prof. Dr. Marinko Oluić

  • 1961:Graduated Engineer in Geology, University of Zagreb, Croatia
  • 1965: Specialization, Application of Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry in Geology, Institute for Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Bergakademie, Freiberg, Germany.
  • 1973: PhD natural sciences, scientific field Geology, Humboldt University Berlin.
  • 1975; Associate professor, Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, University of Zagreb.
  • 1988: Full professor on the same faculty.
  • 1963-1965: Scientific explorer in the Petroleum institute, Zagreb
  • 1966- 1983: Head of Department for remote sensing and mineral exploration, Industroprojekt, Zagreb
  • 1984-1985: Business Board Adviser, INA-Project, Zagreb; Responsible for research and development.
  • 1986-1988: Member of the Business Board, INA Project, Zagreb (Field: exploration and development).
  • 1979- 1989: Chairman of the Commission for Geology and Geophysics, Council for Remote Sensing, Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • 1989-1997: Vice Chairman of the Scientific Council for Remote Sensing in Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
  • 2003 - → Representative of Croatia in European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL).
  • 2004: Organizer of the 24th EARSeL Symposium in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • 2008: Organizer of the 1th EARSeL Conference, Zadar, Croatia.

Member of the several domestic and international associations.

Project manager and principal investigator of several domestic and international projects. Author of more then 120 scientific and professional publications (about 40 presentations on international and domestic congresses/symposiums). Author of 5 books, mostly in the field of geoinformations: remoete sensing and GIS (e.g. textbook 516 pp.)

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Zdravko Spiric received his Ph.D in Technical Sciences, scientific field Chemical Engineering at University of Zagreb, Croatia. He is currently the scientific director of OIKON - Ltd. Institute for Applied Ecology www.oikon.hr, Zagreb, and Assistant professor at Medical school Rijeka, Croatia.

As Croatian scientist in charge he is involved in the: EU FP6 integrated project PHIME; the UNECE ICP Vegetation; Eureka E! 3266 EUROENVIRON webair; FP7-TPT-2008-RTD-1 REACT; three NATO ARW projects; etc.

He is registered in the EU Commission database – and active as an expert/evaluator since 2002. He is author or co-author of more than 250 professional papers published in professional magazines and scientific journals and has presented at numerous international conferences.

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GEOSAT Ltd., Poljana B. Hanzekovica 31, 10000 ZAGREB, Croatia