Land and Assets Motion Monitoring
Today, asset managers need to track new types of risks, caused by land movement
Landslides are a threat where even the slightest movement can have a significant damaging effect. They typically result from extreme weather events, such as heavy rainfalls or earthquakes, as well as from human-related activities, such as deforestation and intensive land exploitation.
To prevent rather than react to such a complex phenomenon, asset owners and operators should have access to comprehensive and frequent risk data analysis.
Conventional monitoring methods can be expensive, time-consuming and/or limited by geospatial and temporal gaps.
Opposed to this, satellite remote sensed data could provide detailed landslide mapping to reduce the disaster risk as well as to address the already happened event.
Analytics allows quick assessment of the event magnitude, damages it caused, current ground situation and its evolution.
Reduce asset faults, maximise ROI
Employing satellite data and advanced AI models, Spottitt MF ® provides near real-time analytics on land movement velocity and direction, enabling effective risk prevention and emergency strategies.
Mitigate the risk of disruption due to land and assets motion, on time and without breaking the budget.
Download our brochure to learn more about Spottitt MFⓇ for land and assets motion monitoring.
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