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Speaker line up for Instrumentation and Monitoring conference revealed

Delegates attending Ground Engineering’s 2019 Instrumentation and Monitoring Conference in London on 26 March will gain insight about the latest innovations, key projects and emerging technologies.

The full speaker line up has just been revealed and the keynote lecturer has been announced as recently retired CH2M technical director for tunnelling and geotechnics Jonathan Gammon who will draw on his career experience to discuss trends and developments in instrumentation, monitoring and data in geotechnics.

Presentations from industry leaders will look at the instrumentation and monitoring challenges on recent and upcoming projects including HS2, Claridge’s five level basement , Heathrow’s Kilo Substructure and the Northern Line Extension. Delegates will also hear in detail about use of instrumentations and monitoring on Tideway with presentations planned on two sections of the project.

Technical standards and new technology will come under the spotlight during the afternoon sessions. Geotechnical Observations managing director Andrew Ridley will deliver an update on the development of international standards for geotechnical monitoring, while other sessions will focus on emerging technology such as artificial intelligence, use of satellite data and automated data collection.

The final session will be a panel debate looking at how the industry can promote geotechnical data sharing and discuss the benefits, as well as the hurdles needed to be overcome.

The event will conclude with a networking drinks event.

To find out more about the event and book your place, click here.

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