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Landslide monitoring at Folkestone Warren – UEL, London

Join us for a presentation by Ian Anderson of geosphere4d

The presentation will review the history of Folkestone Warren in respect of its geology and geomorphology together with the building of the Folkestone to Dover train line and the ongoing impact of the landslide on the operation of the rail route.

The history of surveying and engineering projects on the Warren will be reviewed with comment on those techniques and the results achieved together with the engineering to attempt to stabilise and manage the landslide.

The presentation will then review more recent survey monitoring campaigns, with the introduction of laser scanning for the capture of detailed 3D data and the subsequent analysis of that data within a 3D environment and the introduction of spherical photography for recording a detailed visual record of The Warren.

The presentation will conclude with a review of the data delivery platform and the use of GIS to integrate the precise point monitoring, laser scanning, spherical photography, geotechnical instrumentation and asset information and reporting associated with The Warren into a single portal to provide a management tool for the site.

A final section will review the potential application of other data capture techniques that could be used at the site and developments in the 3D presentation of survey data and its analysis.

Presentation starts at 6.30pm (doors open from 6.00pm)

All welcome.

University of East London USS Campus
1 Salway Road
Stratford
London E15 1NF

31st May

2022

Starts: 6:00pm
Ends: 7:00pm

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For additional event information, please contact the following people:

Heather McGinty
0161 972 3100
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