GroundMetrics CEO George Eiskamp holds an eQube, which is used to collect data in the desert.

GroundMetrics CEO George Eiskamp holds an eQube, which is used to collect data in the desert. Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.

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Joe Pendleton is senior electrical engineer with GroundMetrics who helped conduct tests in Saudi Arabia. Photos Courtesy of GroundMetrics

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GroundMetrics sensors provide a more complete picture for oil companies of what is below the earth’s surface. Photo Courtesy of GroundMetrics

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Photo Courtesy of GroundMetrics

— Finding anything under the Earth’s surface is a tricky and often costly endeavor; doing it amid dust storms and camels in the Saudi Arabian desert can be even more trying...

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