DMT GmbH & Co. KG has been internationally active in the water sector for many years. In order to give our activities in this field a larger platform and make them more visible worldwide, we have...
The two biggest challenges facing cities in the next 50 years are climate change and population growth. We need to develop a way to influence these two issues – and adapt to them.
How you extract natural gas and promote earthquake research at the same time.
Getting excellent data four times faster than with conventional methods, while still protecting the environment: Using a combination of wireless seismic technology and slip sweep methods that is...
Making test standards more readily accessible and cutting ordering processes: DMT is selling test and standard dusts online, with immediate effect. Customers can find out about the individual dusts...
Water is life. While this may sound like a truism, it does show us how important it is to know how to manage water. Water was once used where it was found – cities were founded by rivers, trade routes...
In honour of Global Surveyor's Day, an initiative of the Council of European Geodetic Surveyors (CLGE) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) to globally recognise the surveying...
Interreg Programme DGE, Deep Geothermal Energy Rollout
Last Friday the Interreg project DGE Rollout, a project for the development of the deep geothermal potential in Northwest Europe, started with a...
Transparency boosts acceptance
The key issues when it comes to raw material extraction in Germany are safety and reliability, efficiency and sustainability. With our more than 280 years of planning...
The Huyssen Quartier Essen (HQE) is currently one of the most renowned construction projects in the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region. DMT has been involved in the project from the start and is also...
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