WORKSHOP #1 – Geotechnical Monitoring by Remote Sensing: from standard to emerging technologies.
(7 hours) 8h30 -17h00.
Paolo Mazzanti (NHAZCA & University of Rome “Sapienza”, Italy)
Martin Beth (Sixsense – Soldata, France)
Werner Lienhart (Graz University of Technology, Austria).
|Introduction to remote sensing monitoring (P. Mazzanti)
||08.30 – 9.00
|Insights into Laser Scanner monitoring (W. Lienhart)
||09:00 – 09:45
|Insights into Total Station monitoring (M. Beth)
||09:45 – 10:30
|Coffee break (30 min)
||10.30 – 11:00
|Insights into GNSS/GPS monitoring (M. Beth)
||11:00 – 11:45
|Insights into RADAR Monitoring (P. Mazzanti)
||11:45 – 13:00
|Insights into Phomonitoring and drones (P. Mazzanti)
||13:00 – 13:30
||13.30 – 14.30
|Case Histories by local and partners (6 to 8 Speakers)
||14:30 – 16:30
||16:30 – 17:00
|WORKSHOP #2 – Practical aspects of field instrumentation
9h00 – 12h00.
The role of field performance measurements in risk assessment, control of natural geohazards and in the design, construction and operation of engineered facilities, has become a fundamental issue in today’s engineering practice, reinforcing the need for well implemented monitoring programs. In an attempt to address this growing need, the organizers of FMGM 2018 are holding a ½ day workshop on July 17th, the day before the symposium, for those interested in learning more about the practical aspects related to field instrumentation.
The workshop will focus on things to consider when:
- Planning an instrumentation program (TBD)
- Selecting, installing and troubleshooting
Piezometers (Tony Simmonds,Geokon,USA))
Pressure cells (Giorgio Pezzetti, SMAK s.a.s., Italy)
Extensometers (Daniel Naterop, Sisgeo, Switzerland)
Inclinometers (Erik Mikkelsen, GeoMetron, USA)
- Designing automatic data acquisition systems (Brent Randall, Campbell Scientific Inc., USA)
- Analyzing data (including sources of error) (Andrew Ridley, Geo-Observations Ltd., UK)
- Integrating classical geotechnical measurements with remote sense techniques (TBD)
The workshop will be presented by a team of recognized instrumentation specialists from around the world. It is designed to appeal to those wishing to increase their knowledge with respect to the practical aspects to be considered when designing and implementing optimal geotechnical instrumentation programs of any kind and magnitude.
WORKSHOP #3 – The role of instrumentation in tunneling design and construction.
Brazilian Tunneling Committee (CBT)
14h00 – 18h00.
OPPENING LECTURE – Example of the long term reliability of the instrumentation systems used on the Statfjord B structure
Elmo di Biaggio
SPECIAL SESSION – Human Factor in Geo-Instrumentation
14h00 – 16h30.
Main Speaker Giogio Pezzetti. (SMAK s.a.s.)
SPECIAL LECTURE – Key components of an Effective Performance Monitoring Program
Allen W Marr
SPECIAL SESSION – Beyond Data Visualization – Data Analysis
14h00 – 16h30.
Alex Neuwirt (Canary Systems), Paolo Farina (Geoapp), Jairo Pascoal Jr. (EGT)
SPECIAL SESSION – Development of international standards for geotechnical monitoring under ISO and CEN
14h00 to 16h00
Walter Steiner (B+S AG – Bern, Switzerland), Allesander Kormann (ABMS)