Advances in digital technology have upended traditional approaches to geotechnical monitoring across every sector—oil and gas, mining, infrastructure, dams, and levees, and more. Advances in monitoring technology have had wide-ranging impacts, from the design of instrumentation sensor components to wireless data acquisition and connectivity to space-based satellite imagery.
In this on-demand webinar, a panel of experts explore the impact of digital technologies on geotechnical monitoring. They review how traditional methods of measuring field performance with analog-based sensors evolved with digital sensors. They consider future trends in the industry—wireless data connectivity led by the industrial internet of things (IIot) and the possible emergence of digital twin technology—to see how and if these tech solutions have a role to play in critical asset management and risk mitigation strategies. Learn how low-power digital gateways and node data loggers improve monitoring strategies with automated wireless data connectivity to increase access to more relevant and actionable data, especially when used with ground deformation mapping techniques like Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR).
Join 3vGeomatics' Parwant Ghuman, Terra Insights' James Saunders, and RST Instruments' Pierre Choquet for this on-demand webinar that examines how automated, wireless remote monitoring and data delivery solutions are upending traditional approaches to risk mitigation and what you can learn from it.
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Vice-President of Market Development | RST Instruments
Pierre has been involved in the field of Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring for most of his career. He joined RST Instruments in 2007. Pierre graduated in Geological Engineering (Engineering Geology) from Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal and subsequently obtained a doctorate degree in Rock Mechanics from Ecole des Mines de Paris in France. From 1982 to 1993 he was a faculty member at the Department of Mining and Metallurgy of Laval University in Quebec City where his specialty was rock mechanics, ground control, and applied geology. Pierre is a member of the ICOLD Technical Committee on Dam Surveillance and is also the Editor of the Instrumentation and Monitoring column of the Canadian Geotechnique magazine.
Co-founder | 3vGeomatics
Parwant is an InSAR aficionado with over 15 years of experience in research & development, and operations. Well-versed in all applications of spaceborne InSAR, Parwants' project experience includes monitoring program development, conducting InSAR analyses, product development, and interpretation with domain experts.
General Manager, Data Platform | Terra Insights
James attended Civil Engineering at Queen’s University. Following graduation, he pursued innovative IoT solutions for the geotechnical and mining industries. Alongside ConeTec, he founded VEGA, which developed, managed, and deployed proprietary integrated data solutions for mining and geotechnical clients across North and South America. James is now General Manager, Data Platform at Terra Insights.