Rockfall in open-pit mines is the most common cause of accidents and death, creating a high demand for monitoring of rockfall and avalanches. This type of monitoring is needed not only in mines, but also in other applications, such as civil protection and public safety. In this episode, Francesco Coppi, Product Manager at IDS GeoRadar, explains how the RockSpot radar system can locate, track, and alert on rockfalls up to 2 kilometres, avalanches, and other fast-moving events, such as mud and debris flow.
GeoCloud web-based application that can be accessed from everywhere. Optimised for mobile devices, it gives you immediate access to important data on rockfall, avalanche, and debris-flow events. In this session, Francesco Coppi, IDS GeoRadar Product Manager, illustrates how all integrated data and relevant statistics are visualised on a common platform, and how users can set different levels of data access.
The Leica BLK247 is a reality capture sensor that detects changes within 3D environments and provides real-time situational awareness through edge computing and LiDAR-enabled change detection technology. Designed to be installed for continuous 24/7 reality capture, the Leica BLK247 detects the movement and placement of specific objects within 3D environments.
With the Leica BLK2GO handheld imaging laser scanner, users will experience newfound mobility when scanning complex indoor environments. It’s completely mobile and captures 3D reality in motion!. No longer bound to static scanning positions, the BLK2GO tracks the location and orientation of the scanner in real time to maintain spatial awareness. Product manager, Paula Fortuny Lopez shows how the scanner integrates visual, LiDAR, and edge computing technologies for accurate results.
See how Leica’s DSX utility detection solution is adding efficiency and digitalising workflows. Unlike any other GPR, the DSX utility maximises productivity with edge software that automates data analysis and generates a 3D utility map on the field.