Automated deformation monitoring
When you are monitoring a high-traffic or weather-affected area, you need an automated deformation monitor that won’t set off a false alarm every time a car rolls by or a branch falls from the canopy. That’s why our state-of-the-art product uses lidar combined with artificial intelligence to detect ground movements with millimetre-scale precision, which can forecast a collapse or assess ground stability.
What sets GeoLidar apart from other monitoring systems is the ability to remove non-ground-movement changes from the scene, such as people, trees, vegetation, vehicles or machinery. This enables GeoLidar to monitor slopes, road surfaces, and rail corridors in real time even as traffic or construction work continues.
Real-time monitoring of landslides and ground deformation
GeoPoint Subsidence and Deformation Software
Geotechnical engineers can calculate average movement over time quickly, allowing for improved risk assessments.
Based in the cloud, Geobotica software can be accessed from any device at all time.
Rich Point Clouds
This background point cloud data is available in infra-red – known as intensity – or as a full-colour point cloud which the system generates by merging real-time colour photos with the 3D point cloud.
Displacement Heat Map
GeoLidar automatically generates this data on the device in the field while it scans. Each heat-map point is in a regular grid of 50cm x 50cm for flat surfaces, or 20cm x 20cm for slopes.
The rate of change in deformation reveals what is happening: a flat trend suggest stability, a slowing down of movement suggests the slope is stabilising, a steady rate of movement shows the slope is moving but not yet heading towards collapse, while an accelerating trend indicates a collapse is imminent.
timelapse photo record
Lidar and AI combined for automatic ground monitoring
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GeoLidar is an Australian-made, patent-pending innovation from customer-led research and development house Geobotica.
Brisbane-based Geobotica works with industry partners to develop world-leading sensors, software and AI solutions for industry.