Product Release Webinar: Satellite-Based Ground Deformation Monitoring for Railways

Product Release Webinar: Satellite-Based Ground Deformation Monitoring for Railways

Join us when we demonstrate our new Ground Deformation Monitoring Solution for Railway operators for the first time to a public audience.

railway Ground Deformation Monitoring

Ground subsidence is a constant danger to railway networks. Too much tension can lead to leakages with devastating environmental and economic consequences and jeopardize the safety of workers.

Earth Observation Satellites equipped with Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) record elevation data for the entire planet’s surface at a high frequency. Over the years, these satellites have contributed to an ever-growing archive that allows us to identify trends and monitor ground movement over time.

In our product release webinar, we show you how LiveEO uses SAR satellite data to monitor continuous ground displacement for entire railway networks. We will show you how we generate risk analytics from these movements that trigger and prioritize inspection work orders in a digital end-to-end maintenance workflow.

This is what you will learn:

  • Why is Ground Deformation a threat to pipelines and railways?
  • How does LiveEO monitor Ground Movement with SAR data?
  • What are the solutions Risk Analytics based on?
  • How can this data be implemented into maintenance workflows?

There will an open Q&A session to answer all of your questions.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Register here.

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