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CSIC PhD student to speak at Ground Engineering Instrumentation and Monitoring 2016

last modified Jun 21, 2017 04:26 PM
Mehdi Alhaddad, a CSIC PhD student, will be speaking at this year’s Ground Engineering Instrumentation and Monitoring conference taking place on March 15 to 16, at Inmarsat, London.


Image: CSattAR system by Mehdi Alhaddad

Mehdi will present CSattAR, a ground-breaking photogrammetric system that offers a new way of monitoring the structural integrity and condition of assets. CSattAR is a highly precise photogrammetric technique used to monitor structural movement at a fraction of the cost of alternative conventional systems.

As a preview to Mehdi’s talk there is a 60-second interview with him talking about CSattAR on the Ground Engineering Instrumentation and Monitoring website which can be read here.

CSattAR monitoring system, developed by Mehdi, has already attracted industry acclaim and was shortlisted for three NCE Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards last year including Design Innovation of the Year, Ground Investigation and Monitoring Award and Technical Innovation of the Year.

“As a tunnel engineer myself, I can see the benefits CSattAR can bring to the ways we monitor and design tunnels,” says Mehdi. “I am looking forward to showcasing the system at the Ground Engineering Instrumentation and Monitoring conference.”



Test says:
Mar 09, 2016 03:33 PM


Jennifer Schooling says:
Mar 09, 2016 04:00 PM

This is a very exciting opportunity

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