Large-scale monitoring of ground movement hazards

Our experts in mission in Beijing to evaluate a new large-scale observation and monitoring solution for sites subject to ground movement hazards

During summer 2019, Ineris, through its subsidiary Ineris Développement, has concluded a collaboration agreement with the Chinese NCUT University (North China University of Technology). The objective is to accompany Prof. WANG Yanping team for the promotion of R&D works that led to the production of the Risk Radar, a high-technology terrestrial georadar. This tool presents numerous advantages to face the current limits for the study of gravity instabilities as well as for the management of geological hazards
  • This collaboration agreement is planned in several steps. Our Cenaris experts are recruited to evaluate the efficiency of the Risk Radar, in terms of deployability, performance, reliability and management, for scientific observations and near-real-time monitoring applications on ground movements and geostructures such as rocky fronts, slopes, bridges, dams and high embankments.

    In this context, a mission was organized in October 2019 to fix the basis of an experimental protocol, which includes a series of lab and in-situ evaluations to be started in 2020. The possibility to integrate this technology to e.cenaris monitoring infrastructure will be simultaneously considered. The objective is to apply the technology to adapted study or monitoring projects.

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