Webinar on May 12th 2021 at 4pm CET

Infrastructure and Remote Sensing

A Replacement for Ground-Based Monitoring Of Critical Infrastructure?

Learn about monitoring critical infrastructure with remote sensing

As the resolution of satellite imagery and the breadth and accuracy of analytics capabilities have increased, so has the range of opportunities provided by remote sensing in utilities, telecommunications, and oil & gas. Many tasks carried out by manual inspections, Earth-based sensors, or even imaging from helicopters may become obsolete.

In this webinar, we’ll pose the following question to industry experts - is remote sensing a replacement for ground-based monitoring of critical infrastructure? They will look at whether vegetation management, ground movement, and line-of-sight analysis can now be conducted from satellite imagery through their presentations. The presenters will demonstrate, through technical walkthroughs, how the remote sensing industry is challenging traditional methods of infrastructure monitoring and construction planning.

May 12th 2021 at 4pm CET

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AiDash

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Rahul Saxena, CTO & Co-Founder at AiDash

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Session highlights:

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  • Case Studies – Explaining Real-time implementation of AiDash Intelligent Vegetation Management System (IVMS) at scale for existing clients

Intermap

Understanding the Versatility of Viewsheds for Line-of-Sight Analysis

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Viewshed analysis is a versatile visual tool used in a variety of industries for site assessment and selection. We will discuss two types of viewsheds: Basic and RF. Basic viewsheds are used for site evaluation in renewable energy and construction projects and for UAV mission planning. RF viewsheds combine line-of-sight and radio frequency algorithms for signal propagation analyses in telecommunications. High-resolution digital elevation models are key in generating accurate viewsheds. We will explore the many use cases of viewshed analysis and factors that affect results.

CATALYST

Monitor Ground Deformation Along 1000s of Kilometers of Infrastructure

Sarah Thompson, Customer Success Technician at CATALYST

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InSAR technology is quickly becoming an important asset in the efforts to monitor our vast networks of infrastructure, because of its innate ability to reliably detect ground deformation as precise as a few millimeters. Today many companies are adopting InSAR as a complimentary monitoring solution to ground surveying due to its ability to fill in the spatial and temporal no data gaps that are unavoidable with traditional surveys. Join us as we showcase how you can leverage our latest UP42 processing block to monitor ground deformation for thousands of kilometers of infrastructure with a few lines of code.