Date: 19 January 2022
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Register now for the next British Drilling Association webinar, taking place on 19 January 2022 at 1pm.
The webinar will identify the role of instrumentation and monitoring (I&M) in ground engineering in its widest sense and will encompass geotechnical, environmental, structural, and asset protection and management considerations.
The status of I&M as a critical link in ground engineering will be illustrated. The importance of high-quality I&M in the context of the design and implementation of temporary and permanent works, and the related adoption of the Observational Method, will be discussed. The “Geotechnical Health Monitoring” and “Asset Health Monitoring” concepts will also receive attention.
The webinar will underline the need to give timely attention to I&M as an integral part of the design process and to ensure that adequate provision is made for the storage, dissemination, visualisation, validation, analysis and interpretation of the vast amount of data that current I&M systems can generate.
The importance of baseline monitoring - i.e., pre-construction or pre-implementation I&M, often included in ground investigation - will be underlined and sources of baseline monitoring data identified.
For those unfamiliar with I&M, the webinar will provide a summary of the present-day scope of I&M and the various monitoring techniques and types of instruments available. It will include reference to direct and remote monitoring.
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