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Ole H. Blom

Regional Vice President

UPC Norway

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www.gim-international.com

Blom ASA, established in 1954 by Hydrographer Ole H. Blom, was listed in 1988 on the Oslo Stock Exchange.The company has always been a leading provider within the mapping industry and is now a healthy pan-European company leading in the field of collecting, processing and delivering GI.After a major reorganisation and restructuring in 2003, Blom acquired several mapping companies across Europe.Prior to joining Blom he was with UPC Norway as regional vice-president. Prior to joining Blom he was general director of the Norwegian Institute of Land Inventory (NIJOS).He has also been a member of the advisory board of ‘Digital Norway', the National Spatial Data Infrastructure of Norway.


www.blom-uk.co.uk [cached]

Blom was founded by hydrographer Ole H Blom in 1954 and is now one of the European leaders of acquisition, processing, modelling and services based on geographical information.
Headquarters are located in Oslo, Norway, but we have local offices in 13 European countries. Click here to see our office locations. What we do Blom has a workforce of over 1,100 trained staff all excelling in their fields of expertise. Traditionally aerial photography and surveys were our core market. Back in 1919 in the UK Aerofilms staff were hanging out the side of planes with hand held cameras to capture Oblique and Vertical photographs of individual landmarks. The group now has over 18 aerial survey planes and leases four helicopters to transport our 23 large format camera and 10 LiDAR systems around the globe to produce high accuracy airborne surveys. These products are still part of our core services; however any successful company's growth is based on innovating and creating new services. Blom is proud of the innovation that is embraced in our offices. Have you used Blom's services before?


www.blom-uk.co.uk [cached]

Blom was founded by hydrographer Ole H Blom in 1954 and is now one of the European leaders of acquisition, processing, modelling and services based on geographical information.
Headquarters are located in Oslo, Norway, but we have local offices in 13 European countries. Click here to see our office locations. What we do Blom has a workforce of over 1,100 trained staff all excelling in their fields of expertise. Traditionally aerial photography and surveys were our core market. Back in 1919 in the UK Aerofilms staff were hanging out the side of planes with hand held cameras to capture Oblique and Vertical photographs of individual landmarks. The group now has over 18 aerial survey planes and leases four helicopters to transport our 23 large format camera and 10 LiDAR systems around the globe to produce high accuracy airborne surveys. These products are still part of our core services; however any successful company's growth is based on innovating and creating new services. Blom is proud of the innovation that is embraced in our offices.


blomasa.com [cached]

Blom is established by Hydrographer Ole H. Blom
Blom signs a contract with the Mapping Authority of Indonesia valued at NOK 816 million for marine surveying Blom establishes the company Blom Asplan Viak AS in Abu Dhabi in cooperation with Aspan Viak AS Blom establishes the company InfoWiz AS in cooperation with Telenor Pluss AS 1998 Blom establishes BlomInfo A/S in Denmark to serve Denmark the EU market and Eastern Europe Blom establishes the company InfoWiz AB in Sweden in cooperation with Metimur AB. InfoWiz AB becomes a subsidiary of InfoWiz AS 1999 Blom establishes Blom Info AB in Sweden through the acquisition of a map production unit and merger with InfoWiz AB Blom establishes BlomInfo AG in Hildesheim, Germany Blom sells its 66% ownership stake in the subsidiary Fotokart AS 2000 The business operation of Creditinform AS is sold for NOK 227 million Blom establishes a new map production unit in Bandung, Indonesia Blom sells the building and construction operations in Norway, and Blom Oppmåling changes its name to Blom Maritime AS 2001 Blom signs a framework contract with the Norwegian Hydrografic Service for maritime mapping of the Norwegian coastline over a period for 5 years Blom signs a two-year contract with the Polish State for mapping areas vulnerable to flooding and preventative measures 2002 A decision is made to write down the company's share capital and raise new capital through a right issue of NOK 10-15 million Blom signs a one-year contract with the World Bank for boundary mapping in Romania and establishes a local project organisation with 70 employees Blom concentrates all photogrammetric map production in Bandung, Indonesia, and doubles production capacity 2003 Blom incurs substantial losses for the third year in a row. Blom acquires three geographic information companies in UK, Sweden and Italy Blom enters into an exclusive agreement with Pictometry International Corporation for the rights for the Pictometry technology for 23 countries in Europe 2006 Blom acquires a geographic information company operating in Spain and Portugal Blom aqcuires the Spanish software company Opera Wireless Blom ASA was established in 1954 by Hydrographer Ole H. Blom. In 1988 it was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Since its establishment Blom has been a leading provider of products and services within the maritime and land based mapping industry. Today, Blom is divided into two divisions; Blom Geo Engineering Services and Blom Information Services. In 2003 Blom went through a major re-organization and restructuring process. In November 2004 Blom announced the acquisition of Geonet SRL in Romania, a small local operator that owned 49 % of Blom's low-cost production in Romania. This was a strategically important decision that gave full control over Blom's production lines. The following December the company acquired the German company Geo-Tec GmbH. This gave Blom access to one of the few fully operational digital production lines in the world. During 1st quarter 2005 Blom completed the acquisition of the British Simmons Aerofilms Ltd. This was an important step for Blom to establish the company as a leading European provider of services related to the collection and processing of map data. In its strategy work, the Board of Directors of Blom decided that the company would focus more on products and services with a high technological content. As part of this strategy Blom acquired 100% of the shares in the Swedish company TopEye AB in July 2005. TopEye has unique competence and products for the commercial utilization of laser technology, and is the leading company in the collection of map data through the use of laser technology in helicopters. In September 2005 Blom entered into an exclusive license agreement with Pictometry® for 23 countries in Europe. Pictometry® is a completely new and unique method for the collection and processing of angular and vertical aerial photographs, a technology that, in our opinion, will have a long-term impact on the geographic information market. Blom took over 100% of the shares in Compagnia Generale Ripreseaeree (CGR) on 1 November 2005. To pursue the strategy to strengthen Blom's position in Southern Europe, Blom purchased the Seficart Group during the 1st quarter of 2006.


blomasa.com

Blom is established by Hydrographer Ole H. Blom
Blom signs a contract with the Mapping Authority of Indonesia valued at NOK 816 million for marine surveying Blom establishes the company Blom Asplan Viak AS in Abu Dhabi in cooperation with Aspan Viak AS Blom establishes the company InfoWiz AS in cooperation with Telenor Pluss AS 1998 Blom establishes BlomInfo A/S in Denmark to serve Denmark the EU market and Eastern Europe Blom establishes the company InfoWiz AB in Sweden in cooperation with Metimur AB. InfoWiz AB becomes a subsidiary of InfoWiz AS 1999 Blom establishes Blom Info AB in Sweden through the acquisition of a map production unit and merger with InfoWiz AB Blom establishes BlomInfo AG in Hildesheim, Germany Blom sells its 66% ownership stake in the subsidiary Fotokart AS 2000 The business operation of Creditinform AS is sold for NOK 227 million Blom establishes a new map production unit in Bandung, Indonesia Blom sells the building and construction operations in Norway, and Blom Oppmåling changes its name to Blom Maritime AS 2001 Blom signs a framework contract with the Norwegian Hydrografic Service for maritime mapping of the Norwegian coastline over a period for 5 years Blom signs a two-year contract with the Polish State for mapping areas vulnerable to flooding and preventative measures 2002 A decision is made to write down the company's share capital and raise new capital through a right issue of NOK 10-15 million Blom signs a one-year contract with the World Bank for boundary mapping in Romania and establishes a local project organisation with 70 employees Blom concentrates all photogrammetric map production in Bandung, Indonesia, and doubles production capacity 2003 Blom incurs substantial losses for the third year in a row. Blom acquires three geographic information companies in UK, Sweden and Italy Blom enters into an exclusive agreement with Pictometry International Corporation for the rights for the Pictometry technology for 23 countries in Europe 2006 Blom acquires a geographic information company operating in Spain and Portugal Blom aqcuires the Spanish software company Opera Wireless Blom ASA was established in 1954 by Hydrographer Ole H. Blom. Today, Blom is divided into two divisions; Blom Geo Engineering Services and Blom Information Services. In 2003 Blom went through a major re-organization and restructuring process. In November 2004 Blom announced the acquisition of Geonet SRL in Romania, a small local operator that owned 49 % of Blom's low-cost production in Romania. This was a strategically important decision that gave full control over Blom's production lines. The following December the company acquired the German company Geo-Tec GmbH. This gave Blom access to one of the few fully operational digital production lines in the world. During 1st quarter 2005 Blom completed the acquisition of the British Simmons Aerofilms Ltd. This was an important step for Blom to establish the company as a leading European provider of services related to the collection and processing of map data. In its strategy work, the Board of Directors of Blom decided that the company would focus more on products and services with a high technological content. As part of this strategy Blom acquired 100% of the shares in the Swedish company TopEye AB in July 2005. TopEye has unique competence and products for the commercial utilization of laser technology, and is the leading company in the collection of map data through the use of laser technology in helicopters. In September 2005 Blom entered into an exclusive license agreement with Pictometry® for 23 countries in Europe. Pictometry® is a completely new and unique method for the collection and processing of angular and vertical aerial photographs, a technology that, in our opinion, will have a long-term impact on the geographic information market. Blom took over 100% of the shares in Compagnia Generale Ripreseaeree (CGR) on 1 November 2005. To pursue the strategy to strengthen Blom's position in Southern Europe, Blom purchased the Seficart Group during the 1st quarter of 2006.


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