New ASCE publication offers guidance on using remote sensing monitoring
RESTON, VA – ASCE’s newest publication, Remote Sensing for Monitoring Embankments, Dams, and Slopes, GSP 332, provides information on selecting and deploying a monitoring network to assess the behavior, geometry, total and differential for embankments, dams, and slopes (EDS) movement, and potential risks of the EDS movement on people and infrastructure.
This Geotechnical Special Publication covers general technologies used for EDS monitoring, selection and installation of networked sensors for predictive analytics and image recognition, application of monitoring techniques in the design of early warning systems, case studies, and support for decision-makers in implementing early warning systems.
Also included is information on a broad range of technologies for deploying remote sensing:
- radio detection and ranging (radar),
- synthetic aperture radar (SAR),
- interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR),
- light detection and ranging (LiDAR),
- digital photogrammetry and image processing,
- microelectromechanical systems (MEMS),
- automatic motorized total stations (AMTS), and
- unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
Practitioners and researchers will find this publication useful in understanding and utilizing currently available remote sensing technology and to advance and refine the monitoring of embankments, dams, and slopes.
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