GMX Systems Ghana Limited, an Israeli Company which deals in surveying equipment, construction and handheld devices, high precision GNSS positioning solution among others has launch its products on the Ghanaian market.
The company also has a wide range of products that can suit every need and job, from industrial measuring instruments suitable for aerospace applications to basic laser instruments for everyday applications.
The GMX system principle is to provide reliable, fast, best service for the customer with the most advanced solutions for his needs.
Mrs Shlomit Sufa, Israel Ambassador to Ghana speaking at launch stated that the establishment of GMX Systems in Ghana is a step to promote the development of the country.
She expressed the delight that the company’s presence in Ghana would add to the introduction of Israeli technology and innovation to land surveying in the country.
“As an embassy this is what we strive to see and to do by bringing Israeli capabilities, ingenuity, innovation and good products to Ghana and to assist Ghanaian private and government sectors” she said.
Mr Tal Haddas, Founder of GMX Systems Limited in Ghana in his remark stated that the company decided to come to Ghana build networks as well as join forces with their partners in the country.
He explained that the company provides technology for land surveying, construction, land management, industry, agriculture and for other different applications.
Mr Haddas also disclosed that the company intends to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Lands Commission of Ghana in relation to providing technology for accurate land registration.
Mr Stephen Djaba, Managing Director of Geo-Tech Systems Limited his comment stated that the collaboration between Geo-Tech Systems and GMX Systems have been positive since this would help in developing technology for land administration in Ghana.
This is because GMX Systems over years has developed a lot infrastructure for surveying, mining, land administration etc.
Mr Djaba also stated that the partnership between two companies created the opportunity for GMX Systems to build of CORS Stations (GPS reference network) across Ghana where surveyors would be able to use GPS to work anywhere in the country.
He said the creation of the CORS stations would help to reduce the cost of land surveying and practice as well as remove quack surveyors from the system.
Mr Djaba also explained that the new network created would help the Survey Department to be able to control surveying in the country.
He maintained that the partnership has come at the right time to help both surveyors and non-surveyors, contractors, and engineers to be able to do their work well.
“This is something that the land administration have been looking for since 10years ago which has not been successful. But fortunately our partnership have brought this success.
“We are proud to say that Ghana has one of the best geometric reference network in West Africa which people from the sub-region can come and learn from”