By Dimitris Agouridis
(CEO of INTUS Group of Companies: a group of specialized, multidisciplinary companies servicing the public sector and Utilities industry, with focus on Damage Prevention, Construction of Utilities’ Infrastructure and Subsurface Utility Engineering. He has been in the O&G Exploration Industry for more than 25 years with extensive R&D and services in the field. Mr. Dimitris Agouridis is the CEO of IDTechonogies Inc., an R&D company with expertise in Geospatial Technologies, Operations Resource Planning Systems and Technologies involving Hardware, Software and Network Communications designs. INTUS Smartcities offers advanced “solutions” to industries and municipalities including the “Smartpolis” platform which enables the transformation of municipalities to Smart Cities. Mr. Dimitris Agouridis has degrees in Engineering, Applied Math, and Exploration Geophysics with Graduate work in Satellite Altimetry applied to Offshare Hydrocarbon Exploration. INTUS is an Associate Member of the Southern States Energy Board (USA). Mr. Dimitris Agouridis also has extensive collaboration experience with high level Technology Groups such as JPL Laboratories from NASA, Raytheon USA, Georgia Tech Universities, and the National Research Council of Canada)
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