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EVENT: Instrumentation and Slope Monitoring Workshop

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Today's date is Saturday, October 31, 2020
Instrumentation and Slope Monitoring Workshop : Associated event to the Slope Stability in Mining 2021 Conference Other events...
This ACG workshop will focus on new developments relating to conventional terrestrial monitoring systems such as open pit radars, prisms, laser scanning, and photogrammetry, as well as the integration of the different types of these monitoring systems and their interpretation. Application examples of many companies providing these new technologies include land cover determination, feature extraction, persistent change detection and monitoring, terrain slope characterisation, soils modelling and saturated ground detection. Considerable advances have also been made in remote sensing by using a wide variety of different types of unmanned aerial/piloted vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones and also referred to as remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), in monitoring mine sites. This workshop will also explore the advances in the in-ground monitoring of deformation and pore pressure in open pit mining that may be able to provide advance notice of ground movement and changes in pore pressure that might affect slope stability.
Speaker(s) Professor Phil Dight, Australian Centre for Geomechanics
Location Perth, Western Australia
Contact Candice McLennan <[email protected]> : (08) 64883300
URL https://www.acgsurfacemining.com
Start Mon, 25 Oct 2021 08:00
End Mon, 25 Oct 2021 17:00
RSVP RSVP is required.
Submitted by Candice McLennan <[email protected]>
Last Updated Thu, 06 Aug 2020 10:54
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