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Conference to give geotechnical instrumentation overview

Instrumentation and monitoring is central to the delivery of many major geotechnical projects currently underway in the UK but specifying the right system and analysing the data effectively is not straightforward.

GE’s Instrumentation and Monitoring Conference on 27 February will present the latest best practice being applied on projects such as London’s Crossrail and Perth’s City Link in Australia. Keynote speaker UCL emeritus reader Dr Richard Bassett will also look at how instrumentation and monitoring technology will develop in the next five years and the challenges the industry needs to meet.

The conference on will follow on from a masterclass session the day before, which is being run in association with Itmsoil and aims to help develop the skills needed to mitigate project risks, integrate monitoring into existing operations and utilise data as a management tool.

Visit www.gemonitoring.com to find out more and to book a place at the event.

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